“Planning Analog” – Presentation Zen
One must give credit when due. Organizing Creativity’s Daniel Wessel pointed out to me on the previous blog post “Time to go analog” that this concept of starting your presentation as an analog process gets a full chapter (Chapter 3) in a book entitled Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds.
It also turns out that Garr Reynolds wrote a short (6 pages) but very informative document about presentation organization, preparation, slide related tips and presentation delivery. The document can be found here. A must read.
Posted on March 27, 2013, in Gradute students, Mentoring, Recommended reading and tagged garr reynolds, organizing creativity, presentation zen, Scientific presentation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.