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11-Sep-06Company Sensitive (or Other Label)Slide 2 Slide Title (All Words Capitalized, 24 Point Arial) Bullets are not capitalized No periods at the end of bullets ─ Don’t overuse exclamation points, either! Slide elements like text boxes and charts should start 0.5” from the left margin and end 1 inch from right margin to leave room for the blue swoosh and notes OK to deviate from standard formatting when needed KISS – Keep it short and simple Minimize words like “the” to keep bullets on one line, if possible “AA” Avoid acronyms Common acronyms like EADS or 6S are fine Otherwise use words then acronym like this: Supplemental Cooling System (SCS) Use consistent format for numbers, and remember € or $ signs Refer to our company “Fairchild Controls” or “FC” in non-legal documents Avoid mistaking us for other companies with similar names ALWAYS be thinking about proprietary information and ITAR compliance Consider saving.ppt files to.pdf (Adobe) before emailing (smaller and safer) Take-Away Is 20 Point, Bold and Italic, Arial Font
11-Sep-06Company Sensitive (or Other Label)Slide 3 Slide Titles Are Left Justified Text Chart Title Diagram Take-Away Should Make You Sound Smart Comparative: Actual Left; Plan RightCumulative: Actual = Block ; Plan = Line
11-Sep-06Company Sensitive (or Other Label)Slide 4 Slide Title Should Be One Line Long What does the data tell us? Summarize “two-ups” and “four-ups” with plain language But try to keep your font size above 12 point ─ Even as you get deep into the bullets ─ But use small font (8 or even less) for chart axis labels that are well understood by the reader (like months or $$ or position titles, etc.) Line spacing: 0.25 lines before paragraphs, and 0.1 lines after paragraph, or similar Center of the objects (graphs, pictures, objects) is about 0.25 inches left of page center due to the blue swoosh Chart Title Director Manager Supervisor Director Take-Away Is Centered On The Page, And Capitalized This is an interactive org-chart that will reshape as you add positions
11-Sep-06Company Sensitive (or Other Label)Slide 5 Fairchild Controls “Six-Pack” Process Map Format NAME THE STEP This is a good method to describe processes quickly, with enough detail SHINE Clean up the area, and repair equipment that causes cleanliness issues STRAIGHTEN Organize the value- adding tools and materials to reduce clutter STANDARDIZE Implement a common methodology of lean production and visual standards SAFE Conduct job safety analysis (JSA) to ensure PPE and practices are safe) SUSTAIN Incorporate standard work to lock in the 6S improvements and benefits This Is An Alternative Format For The Take-Away Using the Six-Pack Process Map Is A Good Method To Describe Processes Quickly In A Common Format That We’re All Familiar With Title Of The Process Map Here
11-Sep-06Company Sensitive (or Other Label)Slide 6 Effective Presentation Elements Keep it short and simple, but make sure you tell a story and drive a result Talk about your slide, don’t read it! Describe the slide: “This is a four-up that shows how we’ve increased revenue…” Pause to let your audience see it Clear the visual slide; right to left and top to bottom Reinforce the take-away Check for questions Know your audience Who are they and why are they here? What is their objective from listening to you? Eye contact is important Try to finish every thought with eye contact on one of the listeners, not the one who asked a question Balanced posture, some gesturing (no flailing), raised volume, and engaged tone Emphasize key words! You Tell The Story … Not The Presentation !