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How To Play PowerPoint Karaoke
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How To Play PowerPoint Karaoke
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  1. 1. Power Point Karaoke Game
  2. 2. How To Play PowerPoint Karaoke How To Play PowerPoint Karaoke We will need three Volunteers to Playy Don’t worry there is no singing involved
  3. 3. How To Play PowerPoint Karaoke How To Play PowerPoint Karaoke The concept of Powerpoint Karaoke is simple.  p p p Let the participants make a unprepared  presentation to a randomly chosen Powerpoint presentation.  Let a jury make a judgment.  It's all great fun!
  4. 4. How To Play PowerPoint Karaoke How To Play PowerPoint Karaoke Participants have to give a 3‐minute presentation  p g p on 10‐15 slides that they’ve never seen before.  The slides will rotate without regard for the  participants, and they’ll have to give it their best  creative shot to come up with something  creative shot to come up with something coherent.
  5. 5. Let s Start PowerPoint Karaoke Let’s Start PowerPoint Karaoke Player One y
  6. 6. Sometimes your passion goes against the grain.
  7. 7. Let’s Do This!
  8. 8. Slide 4 EVOLVING CUSTOMER SEGMENTATION  WHERE TO START Picket Fence mers Numbe of Custom Mass Marketing CRM Highest Value g es a ue er Customers Customer Value Source: Peppers & Rogers Group The PRISM Organization
  9. 9. You d Y do not j t measure t just y your heart beat
  10. 10. so et es e a sometimes we fail
  11. 11. The Outcome?
  12. 12. We have a problem
  13. 13. Next Player PowerPoint Karaoke Next Player PowerPoint Karaoke Player Two y
  14. 14. All you really need: y y + + Flickr: Insanity Theory KellyPuffs
  15. 15. customer partners relationships product selection content selling stuff mass Amazon.com management on the Web customer distribution warehousing Web2.0 Amazon S3 Internet API & distribution companies product search A9 product e-commerce data services Internet search sites Amazon.com data grid selling stuff IT infra data storage fees marketing search engine revenues
  16. 16. we are all ll cyborgs
  17. 17. Module 1: Introduction to Critical Thinking 1. What is Thinking? 3. What is 2. Types of Thinking Critical Thinking? 7. Characteristics of a Critical Thinker 4. Critical Thinking g Standards 6. Barriers to 5. 5 Benefits of Critical Thinking Critical Thinking
  18. 18. like electricity in your house!
  19. 19. Put your personality on stage
  20. 20. 1998 200K 2001 300K 2002 500K 2007 ?? More & more IT projects are starting each year
  21. 21. Facial Expressions • Face is the index of Mind • The eyes the eyes, lips and the muscles express many feelings • It can also be deceived by p manipulation
  22. 22. 6 aspects of leading by example 1. Priorities 2. Urgency 3. problem solving 4. standards of performance p 5. Ethics 6. Co-operation
  23. 23. privacy on facebook
  24. 24. Critical Thinkers Uncritical Thinkers 1.7 Characteristics of a Critical Thinker Have a passionate drive for clarity, precision, accuracy, Often think in ways that are unclear, imprecise, relevance, consistency, logicalness, completeness, and inaccurate, etc. fairness. Are sensitive to ways in which critical thinking can be Often fall prey to egocentrism, sociocentrism, wishful skewed by egocentrism, sociocentrism, wishful thinking, thinking, etc. etc. Are intellectually honest with themselves, acknowledging Pretend they know more than they do and ignore what they don’t know and recognizing their limitations. their limitations. Listen open-mindedly to opposing points of view and Are close-minded and resist criticisms of beliefs and welcome criticisms of beliefs and assumptions assumptions. assumptions. assumptions Base their beliefs on facts and evidence rather than on Often base their beliefs on mere personal preference personal preference or self-interest. or self interest. Are aware of the biases and preconceptions that shape Lack awareness of their own biases and the way they perceive the world. preconceptions. Think independently and are not afraid to disagree with Tend to engage in ‘group think’, uncritically following group opinion. the beliefs and values of the crowd. Are bl to t to the h A able t get t th heart of an issue or problem, t f i bl Are A easily di t t d and l k th ability t zero i on il distracted d lack the bilit to in without being distracted by details. the essence of a problem or issue. Have the intellectual courage to face and assess fairly Fear and resist ideas that challenge their basic ideas that challenge even their most basic beliefs. beliefs. Love truth and curious about a wide range of issues. Are often relatively indifferent to truth and lack of curiosity. Have the intellectual perseverance to pursue insights or Tend to preserve when they encounter intellectual truths, despite obstacles or difficulties. obstacles or difficulties.
  25. 25. Next Player PowerPoint Karaoke Player Three y
  26. 26. Why Exercise? ?
  27. 27. Reality isn’t always fun
  28. 28. Can you draw th ? these?
  29. 29. Have you ever heard anyone say, "His actions say His spoke so loudly I couldn't hear what he said?"
  30. 30. To find something comparable, you have to go back 500 years to the printing press, the birth of mass media  500 years to the printing press, the birth of mass media – which, incidentally, is what really destroyed the old world of kings  and aristocracies. Technology is shifting power away  from the  editors, the publishers, the establishment, the media elite.                   editors the publishers the establishment the media elite Now it’s the people who are taking          control.” – Rupert Murdoch
  31. 31. PowerPoint Karaoke Game Over Use your clickers to vote y Player 1? Player 2? Player 3?

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