!-- Generated by XStandard version 18.104.22.168 on 2013-12-11T15:57:32 -- The ability to communicate in a structured and understandable way is essential for supporting decision-making in a company. Presentations are the standard communication tool for this. But one party always has to do the work: either the presenter or the addressee. We explain, writing as fellow practitioners, how to structure complex problems for communication in a logical way and formulate messages that are self-explanatory. Professional communication is based on three elements: suitable content, clear structure and precise graphic design. In this book we outline an eight-step process that focuses on structure as the fundamental link between content and design. Using a fictional case study that highlights our method, we show how to structure topics so that you can get to grips with even the most complex problems.Once you have identified your key question you will want to start looking for the answer. ... should divide the key question into smaller packages:. you need to keep asking questions, proceeding from the one to the next in small logical steps.
|Title||:||Key Message. Delivered - Englische Version|
|Author||:||Carsten Leminsky, Eibo Schulz-Wolfgramm, Wolfgang Hackenberg|
|Publisher||:||Haufe-Lexware - 2013-12-16|