Presentation structuring

We have all been listening to pitches and presentations where the message doesn’t come through and the dispositions feel cluttered. This workshop will give you tools around the structuring of a good presentation (what to include, what not, in what order and why). The workshop is based on "The Pyramid Principle", a method used at McKinsey and other consultancy firms for structuring and communicating ideas.

This way of working is also a general tool that can be used for all kinds of problem solving in short and long-term business creation, and can function as a tool to structure the general thinking around your whole business.

Content/Structure/Description

  • General discussion on the perception of good and bad presentations
  • Showcase of a structured thinking around a story based, hypothesis driven case
  • Converting this structure into a presentation
  • Putting together a hypothesis driven pyramid for your particular case
  • Transforming this pyramid into a presentation with rhetorical finesse and a stringent logic.

Responsible

Erik Rådbo

Duration

60 minutes for one team, 90 minutes for multiple teams

For whom

CV Portfolio companies

Type

Lecture/Workshop

Category

Stage

All stages

Cost

Free

Preparation

A short reading, ”Chalmers Ventures presentation SWAT” is sent out in advance.