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Lori Breslow, Ph.D. Director, MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory Sr. Lecturer, Sloan School

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  1. How to Give a Great Job Research Industry T A L K Lori Breslow, Ph.D. Director, MIT Teaching and Learning Laboratory Sr. Lecturer, Sloan School

  2. Six Guidelines • Create a strategy • Focus on what you’ve discovered in your research • Respect the medium • “Write” for the ear • Establish rapport • Polish delivery • Use visual aids effectively • Prepare for questions

  3. Purpose Communicator Audience Analyzing the Situation C O N T E X T

  4. Deciding on a Strategy Content Structure Communicator’s Style Channel

  5. Communication Strategy • Content • How much literature to review? • How much theory to provide? • How much detail on methods? • How much detail on findings? • Style • Level of technical language • Appeal to general audience • Structure

  6. Questions to Be Answered: The Introduction About Content • What question are you trying to answer? • Why are you working on this question? About You • What kind of person are you? • Why should the audience pay attention to you?

  7. Questions to Be Answered: The Body About Content • How did you go about your work? • What did you find? About You • Do you know the field? • Do you understand research design? • Can you work with data? • Can you talk about ideas?

  8. Questions to Be Answered:The Conclusion About Content • What conclusion did you reach? • What does it mean? • How does it advance knowledge in the field? About You • Can you bring clarity out of data? • Do you understand the limitations of your work? • What are you interested in next?

  9. Effectively Designed Slides... • Are uncluttered and readable • Maintain consistent template, fonts, etc. • Are appropriately titled • Use color strategically • Limit special effects

  10. A C B A C B Browser “raw information” Web sites Traditional Use of the Web: For direct human usage Focus:Entertainment Programs for: Examples: Extractjustmortgage rate information Compare mortgage rates offered by multiple sources Build cumulative database of mortgage rates over time Compare cumulative rates with previously stored, alert to new highs and lows Web Wrapper and Context Mediator Technology Enhancing Analyzing Consolidating Repository Web sites Internal data bases Exception reports Processing New Use of the Web: Program intermediaries Focus: Productivity

  11. Background I Base stock policy profit S inventory level

  12. Background II (s,S) policy profit s S inventory level

  13. Impact of Rogue Trader on Hedge Fund Performance

  14. Channel Will Take Ordersto Balance Demand Channel Channel Desired Order B1 Backlog Backlog + Supply Line - Control + Channel Orders + Customer Orders

  15. Under Long Delays Retailers Order Ahead Lead Time + R1 Order Ahead + Channel Channel Desired Order B1 Backlog Backlog + Supply Line - Control + Channel Orders + Customer Orders

  16. Model Dynamics 1. Cancer cell growth x Uninfected cancer cells n Necrotic cancer cells z TNF (immune peptide) y Infected cancer cells

  17. Model Dynamics 1. Cancer cell growth x Uninfected cancer cells n Necrotic cancer cells 2. Infection z TNF (immune peptide) y Infected cancer cells

  18. Model Dynamics 1. Cancer cell growth x Uninfected cancer cells n Necrotic cancer cells 2. Infection z TNF (immune peptide) y Infected cancer cells 3. Immunekilling (no release of viruses)

  19. Model Dynamics 1. Cancer cell growth x Uninfected cancer cells n Necrotic cancer cells 2. Infection 4. Immune stimulation z TNF (immune peptide) y Infected cancer cells 3. Immunekilling (no release of viruses)

  20. Model Dynamics 1. Cancer cell growth x Uninfected cancer cells n Necrotic cancer cells 2. Infection 4. Immune stimulation z TNF (immune peptide) y Infected cancer cells 3. Immunekilling (no release of viruses) 5. Immune clearance

  21. Model Dynamics 1. Cancer cell growth x Uninfected cancer cells n Necrotic cancer cells 2. Infection 6. Lysis (release of viruses) 4. Immune stimulation z TNF (immune peptide) y Infected cancer cells 3. Immunekilling (no release of viruses) 5. Immune clearance

  22. ModelDynamics 7. Debris removal 1. Cancer cell growth x Uninfected cancer cells n Necrotic cancer cells 2. Infection 6. Lysis (release of viruses) 4. Immune stimulation z TNF (immune peptide) y Infected cancer cells 3. Immunekilling (no release of viruses) 5. Immune clearance

  23. Assertion-Evidence: Another Slide Design Pioneered by Michael Alley see: Rethinking the Design of Presentation Slides: The Assertion-Evidence Structure http://writing.engr.psu.edu/slides.html

  24. In order to write logically “Pile” similar information together and organize “piles” into a logical sequence using one of the 7 common organizational patterns.

  25. 1. Topical

  26. 2. Chronological

  27. 4. General to Specific (or specific to general)

  28. 6. Comparison (or Contrast) or Shanghai Sheboygan

  29. 7. Spatial

  30. Q&A • Before: plan, anticipate, rehearse • During • Listen before you answer • Clarify question (and make sure everyone heard the question) • Engage the question seriously • Avoid defensiveness • After: repeat main point