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The presentations are all related in some way to competitive intelligence, but the real message is in the medium - I couldn't resist the need to invoke Marshall McLuhan and get some Canadian content in this post. The basis of the PK presentation, is 20 slides in 20 seconds, heavy on the images and light on the text. The idea is that you can say all you need to say about a given topic in roughly 6 minutes and 40 seconds. It is a quick, fun and entertaining way to present a topic.
The PK, or other similar formats like Ignite are a great way to avoid the traditional death by Powerpoint presentations.
As a panelist in yesterday's webinar (my first PK presentation ever, by the way), here a few tips in how to put a PK together:
- first and foremost, have fun with it;
- choose a topic you know something about so it will be easy for you to chat about it;
- keep a script, but don't be wedded to it;
- find a series of images you would like to look at; and
- tell a story, have a beginning, a middle and an end in the
- 40 Lawyers as we well know, are busy people.