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Preparing a Formal Presentation W3&4

Use PPT to create a short training or informational presentation. The purpose of this project is to both develop and then highlight your skills with using presentation software. The presentation you prepare should be applicable to your existing business, church, or social organization. The instructions for the PowerPoint presentation are as follows:

Begin by choosing a project for which you have some familiarity and for which there may be a need at your current place of employment, church, or social organization.

 

Choose a subject for your presentation that is of interest to you and for which you have some knowledge. Here are five possible ideas for projects.

 

A company overview presentation. The purpose of this presentation could be to introduce your company to a vendor, distributor, investor, or potential employee. Seek to complete this project under the guidance of someone who potentially could use your presentation.

  1. A presentation that proposes (a) a change in policy or procedure, equipment acquisitions, (b) the acquisition of a piece of equipment, or (c) an addition of manning to accomplish some objective.
  2. An instructional presentation regarding a new methodology being initiated in your division, group, or area of responsibility
  3. A presentation that informs some group about a change in benefits, company policy, or human resource procedures.
  4. An overview presentation regarding a fundraiser you are proposing for an organization with which you are involved.

 

Step 1: I recommend you develop an outline for your PowerPoint presentation. An example of a presentation outline is as follows–be sure that your outline has 3 main points with examples under each main point.

  • Company Overview: Primary products and/or services, markets served, company history, statistics on the company (these can be fictional if company policy does not allow the actual numbers of employees, sales, etc. to be published), locations. Include photos of the location, products, customers, maps of regions or locations of manufacturing, distribution, service, etc.
  • Insert Photos of <services or products> into the slides look for company photos that you can get permission to use, or find art on the internet (see hyperlinks below
  • An organizational chart of the management team by the major and minor departments in the location and a brief description of the departments
  • A statement of major company policies (HEPA, Equal Employment, attendance, sick days, etc.)
  • Explanation of benefits, pay periods, etc.
  • Any additional information you believe important to a new employee

 

Consult at least 5 external sources to create the content for your presentation. Be sure to include a references slide.

 

Step 2: Choose a Theme, Font, and select the page designs for section-break slides, content slides, closing slides, etc.

Step 3: Insert content developed in Step 1 (the outline). Allow room in each slide for photos, graphs, tables, charts, etc.

Step 4: Insert photos, charts, tables, graphs, clipart, etc.

Step 5: Create notes at the bottom of each slide to use as guidelines for the presentation narrative you will add in step 7

*Step 6:  Add audio to the presentation. Use your notes at the bottom of each slide as a guideline for your narration.

 

The slide presentation must include all of the following elements:

  • A minimum of 20-25 content slides (excluding section header or introduction slides)
  • A slide background theme that benefits the presentation
  • Slide numbers
  • Strategically used photos, clip art, and/or graphics
  • At least one table, one chart or graph, creative use of SmartArt, and one or more bullet lists
  • An audio track where you narrate through each slide (I will narrate)
  • Transitions inserted for the final presentation
  • A References slide with at least 5 sources cited

 

Opensource photos can be obtained at:

Week 4 Assignment 2

For Assignment 2 you will create a new product and provide how you would market your product. You will need to provide information on how your product is superior to your competition’s product.

 

1) Define and explain each of the following tools/concepts below.

  • The strategic planning process
  • S.W.O.T
  • Market Segmenting
  • Target Marketing
  • Product Positioning
  • Offerings: —product, price, and service.

 

2) Use two or more of the concepts from part 1 in your product assessment.

 

3) Analyze security, privacy, ethical, and legal issues related to the digital information world and marketing

 

The assignment needs to be in a Word document and in APA format. You must cite at least 4 academic references. The page requirement is a minimum of 4 body pages in length. This does not include the cover and reference pages.

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