If you’re managing legal projects, there will be times you need to present information to your boss(es), your clients, or your team.
I’ve seen many successful projects perceived as troubled simply because the project manager couldn’t “manage” a presentation.
In a project management presentation, PowerPoint (or its equivalent) is good for two things, and two things only:
- Visuals, and
It is a very poor tool for the purpose most people use it: transmission of information.
The “Bad” of Slides
Asking people to read a detailed PowerPoint slide will induce a) eyestrain, b) boredom, or c) both. It will rarely . . . [more]