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  1. ECE362Principles of Design Making Presentations Page 1

  2. Product Development Product Idea Product Specifications Technical Model Stage 1 – Product Idea, Product Specifications, & Technical Model Stage 2 – Intellectual Property, Mkt Analysis & Business Models Intellectual Property Market Analysis Business Model Planning & Scheduling Test Plan Project Management Stage 3 – Scheduling & Planning, Test Plan, & Project Management Stage 4 – Budget, Social Impact, Persnel, Quality, & Completion Budget & Resources Social Impact Personnel Qualifications Development Grant = $$$ Proposal & Presentation Quality Page 2

  3. MakingPresentations Page 3

  4. Overview Why make presentations Functions Career Benefits How to make presentations Developing a talk Preparing for a talk Giving a talk Page 4

  5. Why make Presentations Page 5

  6. Functions of Presentations Technical dissemination Design reviews Conferences and seminars Reports to sponsors Within company Outside company Sales pitch Page 6

  7. Career Benefits Technical networking Visibility Necessity Page 7

  8. How to make Presentations Page 8

  9. 1. KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE • IF IT’S YOUR BOSS, KNOW WHAT’S NECESSARY TO ENHANCE FURTHER SELLING • KNOW WHAT YOUR AUDIENCE ALREADY KNOWS—Administrative, Technical, General • TRY TO DETERMINE THE MINDSET Page 9

  10. 2. ORGANIZE YOUR THOUGHTS • START WELL IN ADVANCE • IDENTIFY YOUR MESSAGE • BUILD A LOGICAL FLOW • PUT YOUR THOUGHTS ON PAPER • DETERMINE ILLUSTRATIONS Page 10

  11. 3. DON’T USE TOO MANY SLIDES OR SPEAKERS • ALLOW ABOUT 2 MINUTES/SLIDE • ELIMINATE DETAILED MATERIAL • TOO MANY SPEAKERS DISTRACTING • ONLY CURRENT SPEAKER STANDING • MAKE SPEAKER-SPEAKER TRANSITION SMOOTH • ALL TEAM MEMBERS ARE PREPARED FOR QUESTIONS. Page 11

  12. 4. REPEAT YOURSELF FOR EMPHASIS • INTRODUCTION OF EACH TEAM MEMBER • WHOLE - PART - WHOLE • INTRODUCTION (TELL ‘EM WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO TELL ‘EM) • BODY (TELL ‘EM) • CLOSING (TELL ‘EM WHAT YOU TOLD ‘EM) Page 12

  13. 5. DRAW A PICTURE • VISUALS ARE CRITICAL • MAKE THEM PLEASING TO THE EYE • AVOID EXCESSIVE WORDS • USE SIMPLE EQUATIONS V=IR • USE VISUALS TO SUPPORT POINTS Page 13

  14. GRAPHS ARE USEFUL • GRAPHS ARE BETTER THAN LISTS OF NUMBERS • KEEP THEM SIMPLE Page 14

  15. 6. TIME FOR QUESTIONS • GOAL IS TO ENTICE AUDIENCE TO HEAR MORE • ALLOW TIME FOR QUESTIONS • WATCH AUDIENCE FOR UNASKED QUESTIONS • REPEAT THE QUESTION FOR AUDIENCE • “I DON’T KNOW” IS AN ACCEPTABLE ANSWER • TEAM SPOKESMAN DIRECTS QUESTIONS TO OTHER TEAM MEMBER “EXPERTS” Page 15

  16. 7. SHOW AND TELL • USE PHYSICAL SAMPLES IF POSSIBLE • BUT DON’T PASS THEM AROUND AS THEY DISTRACT FROM PRESENTATION • TECHNICAL AUDIENCES ARE “TOUCHY-FEELY” ORIENTED Page 16

  17. 8. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE • PRACTICE ALOUD • MORE PRACTICE MAKES YOU BETTER • PRACTICE BEFORE A CRITICAL AUDIENCE • LEARN (NOT MEMORIZE) PRESENTATION • NOTES ARE OK • CHECK THE TIMING • THINK OF POTENTIAL QUESTIONS • ELIMINATE “UMs” AND “YOU KNOWs” Page 17

  18. 9. LET YOUR BODY DO THE TALKING • SHOW CONFIDENCE AND INTEREST • MAINTAIN EYE CONTACT • WATCH YOUR HANDS • PERSONAL APPEARANCE Page 18

  19. 10. APPEARANCE • One chance to make a first impression. • Neat, well-groomed • Circumstances Dictate Dress • Company President • Department Manager • Supervisor • Colleagues Page 19

  20. 11. DON’T FORGET DETAILS • IS THE EQUIPMENT THERE? • IS IT OPERATIONAL? • DO YOU KNOW HOW TO USE IT? • DO YOU HAVE A BACKUP PLAN? • POINTERS—MECHANICAL OR LASER (KEEP ‘EM STEADY) • SPEAKING—ENUNCIATION, RATE, EMPHASIS Page 20

  21. 12. LISTEN!! • LISTEN CLOSELY WITH SENSITIVITY • TRY TO UNDERSTAND THE VIEWPOINT OF NON-ENGINEERS Page 21

  22. ?? ANY QUESTIONS ?? Page 22

  23. Assignments PERSONAL ASSIGNMENT: CPR Proposal Final Draft submitted by 5PM EST, Tuesday, February 17. PERSONAL ASSIGNMENT: CPR Proposal Final Draft evaluation completed by 5PM EST, Thursday, February 19. TEAM ASSIGNMENT: Completed Proposal due by 5PM, Friday, February 20. TEAM ASSIGNMENT: CDROM of Browsable Team Website (all documents and power-points) due at 5PM on Monday, February 23. TEAM ASSIGNMENT: Oral Presentation at 6PM on Tuesday, February 24. Page 23