Often, when giving presentations, speakers expect the audience to focus on several things at once. For example, they may have been given a handout, while there’s a PowerPoint slide to look at when the speaker is telling a story. In this video, TJ Walker explains why this is an ineffective way of doing things and how to be sure to have the attention of the audience throughout your presentation.
How do you use PowerPoint when you give a presentation? If you are expecting your audience to read information from your PowerPoint slides, you’re not using PowerPoint effectively and you’re probably boring your audience. In this video, we look at PowerPoint’s proper function as a visual medium.
The ultimate question facing the global economic community at the very moment is recession. Are we in it or approaching it? And if so, how broadly and how deeply will it spread? The secretary general of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) warns that wealthy nations, faced with inflation, should not trim aid budgets.
In the last ten years, Craig Barrett has gone from being CEO to Chairman of the Board at Intel, the world’s largest semiconductor company. In the following interview, he discusses the philosophy behind Intel’s success and the challenges it must meet to retain its competitive advantage.