Presentations How to do them? 21/09/2004 Introduction Why are we doing this? Formal rules Merithorical rules Content of
presentation Neccessary slides Using Microsoft PowerPoint, clip arts etc. How to plan a presentation Font and lay out standards
How to assure quality Generals Presentation a fast method of communication Presenting (selling) of ideas Selling of a product Selling yourself? Main aim: efficiency of communication!! Quality criteria:
Is your presentation efficient? Can you improve? How much time will that take? Indispensible slides Title Content OR What will I talk about? Merithorics Summarising, conclusions, what have I talked about? Goodbye slide
The title Presentation title make it catchy Author why you?! Circumstances date always! event Content slide
4 to 9 points Phrases instead of sentences Always contain introduction as one of first positions You can indicate content structure Always contain conclusions or summary as one of the last Merithorics 4 to 9 points Phrases instead of sentences Subtitling Use some graphics if justified (Clip Art)
Apply graphics for presenting.: numbers (graph better than tables) geography (maps with info) Aim: information clear and coherent. Catch attention !!! Using Microsoft PowerPoint standards Ready templates Ready structures Ready layouts for
cover, introduction, content and summary slides How to plan a presentation
One slide 2 to 4 minutes minimmum! A joke every 15 minutes = entertainment every 5, 6 slides Shorthand calculations: For example 15 minutes = max 4 slides plus obligatory 1 + 1 + 1 = 3 prepare maximmum 3 content slides prepare at least one joke (plus one in reserve) practice with a tape recorder at least twice (what if youre shy or content is really difficult?)
Using graphics Clip arts!!! Make them useful for your aim Avoid baroque Too much animation => distraction & boredom Be consistent Getting distracted by your own presentation Font standards
Nonsherif font for title Sherif font for content Size at least 20! (this is 28 is 20) Too many fonts = chaos Contrasts, colours, emphasis by
italics and underlining and this Assuring quality Prepare notes! TALK about your slide never read! Limit text on slide Tape recorder
Talk to your friends in advance Summary Content! Form is also important!! Talk, not read!
Efficiency of your presentation!! Ubung macht ein Master Where can you learn more? Ask people who do it regularly Use PowerPoint help Learn from others
And now some examples CASE STUDY Flatbush Shipyards Inc. PRESENTATION OVERVIEW 1. Introduction to Flatbush Shipyards Inc. 2. Mr. Padgetts proposal & its critique 3. Mr. Davis proposal & its critique 4. Evaluation of the other directors objections 5. Different strategies - theory 6. Our recommendation 7. Summary SHAREHOLDINGS STRUCTURE 1. Introduction to Flatbush Shipyards 2. Mr. Padgetts proposal 3. Mr. Davis proposal
4. Evaluation of the other directors objections 21% 43% 67% 5. Different strategies - theory 6. Our recommendations Percentage of shares 10% Percentage of shareholders 12% Small shareholders
Stock brokers Others 47% Small shareholders 7. Summary Short-term investors: capital gains Small long-term investors: high dividend Stock brokers Others DIVIDEND POLICY HISTORY 15 1. Introduction to
Flatbush Shipyards 2. Mr. Padgetts proposal EPS DIV/S 5. Different strategies - theory 1958 0 -5 -10 6. Our recommendations 7. Summary 1956 1954
1952 1950 1948 1946 4. Evaluation of the other directors objections 1944 3. Mr. Davis proposal 5 USD
10 Conservative 50% rule Volatile (cyclical) value of dividends which has effects on stock prices No long-term strategy (allowing for speculation) Similar to the competition SOME FINANCIAL FACTS 1. Introduction to Flatbush Shipyards Number of shares outstanding: 245.000 2. Mr. Padgetts proposal Stockprice: $78 3. Mr. Davis proposal
Bookvalue/share: $101,9 4. Evaluation of the other directors objections P/E-ratio: 8,6 5. Different strategies - theory Dividend yield: 6,41 % (inflation: 2.73%) 6. Our recommendations 7. Summary Solvability: 84,0 % Rentability: 8,93 % Liquidity: 2,38 Cash/share: $29,71 !!CASH EXCESS!!
1ST PILLAR ZUS (Social Security Fund) 2ND PILLAR OFE (Open Pension Funds) 3RD PILLAR Pension Funds OBLIGATORY THE NEW ARCHITECTURE AIMS: 1. INCREASE TRANSPARENCY IN THE OLD SYSTEM...
STANDARD PAYG NO ADDRESSING OF FUNDS STANDARISED RELATION BETWEEN WAGE AND BENEFIT NO INHERITING ... AND IN THE NEW SYSTEM ? WYGIWYS CLIENTS ACCOUNTS IN BOTH PILLARS PENSION PLAN INHERITING AIMS:
3. IMPROVE FINANCIAL MARKETS IN THE OLD SYSTEM... NO PARTICIPATION IN THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM NO SAVINGS HABBIT ... AND IN THE NEW SYSTEM ? FULL PARICIPATION IN THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM SAVING HABBIT FORMATION LOWER THE COST OF CAPITAL INCREASE ECONOMYS GROWTH RATES
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