How do I present a process in PowerPoint?

How do you present a process?

Sometimes you may have to discuss a process or sequence that has many steps. It is a good idea to show a process using a sequence diagram such as a shapes and arrow diagram. The challenge when you have many steps is fitting them all on the slide. Here is an example based on a slide in a recent customized workshop.

How do you present a process change?

8 Steps to Proper Operational Process Change

  1. Know the Current Process. …
  2. Know Why We Wish to Change the Process. …
  3. Clearly Identify the Change to be Made. …
  4. Obtain Feedback and Buy-in from All Affected Stakeholders. …
  5. Revalidate Process Discipline, Data and Measuring Systems for the Change.

How do you present a business process?

The 6 steps to making a business process flow diagram

  1. Determine the main components of the process. …
  2. Order the activities. …
  3. Choose the correct symbols for each activity. …
  4. Make the connection between the activities. …
  5. Indicate the beginning and end of the process. …
  6. Review your business process diagram.

How do you present a process flow in PowerPoint?

Add a flow chart to a slide in PowerPoint

  1. On the Insert tab, click SmartArt.
  2. In the Choose a SmartArt Graphic dialog box, on the left, select the Process category.
  3. Single-click a flow chart in the middle pane to see its name and description in the right pane of the dialog box.
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What are the 4 steps of the presentation creation process?

You can quickly create a simple framework for a professional-looking presentation by applying a theme for a unified look, adding new slides with various slide layouts, and then adding visual interest by applying a slide transition to all slides.