There is a saying that goes well: "Those who are serious about doing real things will not be able to write ppts in the end." With this ridicule in the "New Oriental" annual meeting, it quickly became popular all over the Internet. Although it is a joke, it is undeniable. Writing PPT is still an essential skill for most people to survive in the company. Some people rely on "understanding reporting" to make their careers fly like a rocket. This is especially true in Silicon Valley in the United States. Chinese code farmers who are down-to-earth and not good at speaking always fail to be able to speak well and report well in India. It is no wonder that nearly 15% of middle and senior managers in Silicon Valley are Indians, including Amazon,
Microsoft, Apple, Facebook and other Internet giants. This shows how important it is to be able to write an excellent PPT. First, the structure If a worker wants to do a good job, he must first sharpen his tools. Before writing a PPT, you must first set up a structure, just b2b data like writing a "dissertation outline" before writing a paper. In this way, the entire report material can be written in a comprehensive, logical and orderly manner, giving people a "reliable" feeling . Just like we write essays, take a "total-point-total" structure so that it is clear. Write the results first, then the argumentation process,
and finally the conclusion. Performance reporting materials often use the AEAP method, namely: Achievement, Experience, Analysis, and Plan for the next year. Of course, there are many other theoretical models, such as the 4P structure, you just need to choose the one that suits you. PPT is written like this, and it has grown steadily since then. For example, when we write a program plan, we must first write the background and status quo, then write the macro plan, the specific implementation plan, and finally write the possible risks, countermeasures, project schedule and so on.