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Slide Redesign: Creative 30 60 90 Day Plan for Strategy Planning

The 30 60 90 day plan is an excellent strategy for describing an onboarding process or any action strategy. If you are a manager who has an upcoming interview and wants to explain the workflow to a potential employee, having a simple and understanding presentation prepared, can help you demonstrate the company’s principles in a concise way.

This plan can actually be used the other way around too: a potential employee explains to the recruiter, the contributions he’d make as a new hire.

So, no matter the role you are in, we created a universal editable 30 60 90 day plan template, that you can adjust according to your needs.

Follow the article to see how we replaced the typical common table with an attractive graphic.

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Slide Redesign: Post-Pandemic Recovery Process

In this blog, we will present how to graphically facelift a presentation slide expressing a strategy process of business recovery after big market changes, such as a post-pandemic situation.

Let me show you how to transform unprofessionally looking graphics into a consistent and smooth process diagram. Sounds complicated? No worries, with a few PowerPoint tricks it’s very easy.

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Slide Redesign: Replacing Bullet-Points in Gap Analysis List

Bullet points are the most common way of formatting text in PowerPoint. However, such a kind of text structure is quite boring for eyesight.

I’d like to show you how easily you can turn a typical bullet point slide into an interesting diagram. We’re going to use a slide representing types of gap analysis.

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Slide redesign: Change Management Kotter’s Stages Timeline

Here is a design case study showing how you can facelift a slide with steps or stages list.

In this case, we take a specific content from Change management theory – Kotter’s change model which contains a set of eight stages.

Original source slide contains text in form of ordinary bullet points.