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How to Give a Great. Job, Research, Industry. T A L K. Dr. Lori Breslow, Director, TLL & Senior Lecturer, Sloan School of Management. You only need to think about 6 things to make a great presentation. Academic Presentations. 11/21/11.

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How to Give a Great

Job,

Research,

Industry

T A L K

Dr. Lori Breslow, Director, TLL & Senior Lecturer, Sloan School of Management

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You only need to think about 6 things to make a great presentation.

Academic Presentations

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1. Create a strategy and use it to inform your structure

C O N T E X T

Purpose

Audience

Communicator

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strategy includes content style and structure
Strategy includes content, style, and structure
  • 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

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think of structure along a continuum
Think of structure along a continuum

Direct

Main finding, point, or recommendation at beginning

Indirect

Main finding, point, or recommendation at end

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2 answer a series of questions
2. Answer a series of questions

About your research

About you

questions to be answered the introduction
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?

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questions to be answered the body
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?

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questions to be answered the conclusion
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?

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3. Respect the medium

  • Use signposts
  • Make transitions explicit
  • Include markers (1, 2, 3)
  • Tell anecdotes
  • Rely on repetition and redundancy
  • Create images

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4 use visual aids effectively
4. Use visual aids effectively

Effective slides:

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

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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

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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

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This talk traces what happens to mercury after it depletes from the atmosphere in arctic regions

Theory for mercury cycling

Measurements from the

Zeppelin Air Monitoring Station

Environmental implications

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stock price historically based on profit inventory level
Stock price historically based on profit & inventory level

Base stock policy

profit

S

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inventory level

policy can be more sophisticated
Policy can be more sophisticated

(s,S) policy

profit

s

S

inventory level

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under long delays retailers order ahead
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

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dynamics of the model
Dynamics of the model

1. Cancer cell growth

x

Uninfected cancer cells

n

Necrotic cancer cells

z

TNF (immune peptide)

y

Infected cancer cells

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Dynamics of the model

1. Cancer cell growth

x

Uninfected cancer cells

n

Necrotic cancer cells

2. Infection

z

TNF (immune peptide)

y

Infected cancer cells

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Dynamics of the model

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)

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dynamics of the model22
Dynamics of the model

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)

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dynamics of the model23
Dynamics of the model

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

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Dynamics of the model

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

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Dynamics of the model

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

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5. Polish delivery

Both the verbal and non-verbal components

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6. Prepare for Questions

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handling questions answers
Handling questions & answers
  • 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

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