ABQ Warehouse District

March 11, 2011

Tips for Final Presentations

Filed under: Uncategorized — mlpride @ 4:49 am

Each team will have about 12 minutes to present tomorrow, allowing 10-12 minutes for Q&A/discussion afterwards (presentation order, below), with a wrap-up at the end. Some tips/guidelines for your presentation/performance:

  • Organize an outline for your presentations TONIGHT, and/or before you get sleepy/cranky/crazy.
  • Assign speaker(s), to 1) introduce the team members, and 2) deliver [specific parts of] the presentation. Not everyone needs to speak; delegate your most effective (concise and alert) team member(s) for this task. Others can chime in as/if needed during Q&A.
  • Arrive by 11:30a, with push pins, etc., to post your work and get organized.
  • Start your presentation with your VISION and big idea(s) in a very short, concise introduction, then move on to the strategies—identifying main components and their role in the vision.
  • DO NOT go into detail—you don’t have time; use the details to respond to questions and/or use the questions/discussion as an opportunity to describe details.
  • Remember that you have lots of illustrations…use them, point to them in your presentation (and know where they are before you start)!
  • Please participate in the discussion around the other groups’ presentations!

Presentation Order:

  1. 12n—Charles, Elham, Michael, Wensong
  2. 12:25p—Scott, Steve, Gina, Adam
  3. 12:50p—Ana Hilda, Emma, Grace
  4. 1:15p—Bailey, Jitka, Joseph
  5. 1:40p—Windy, Hilary, Scott, Bron
  6. 2:05p—closing thoughts

See you tomorrow!

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