Sebastopol, CA—"Throw away those room-emptying, left-brain slides—and use Atkinson's book to turn your PowerPoint presentation into an epic," says Daniel H. Pink, author of Drive and A Whole New Mind. Now in its third edition after selling over 100,000 copies, Beyond Bullet Points (Microsoft Press, $29.99 USD) illuminates an innovative, step-by-step methodology designed to unlock the amazing story buried in your slides.
"I'm thrilled that Beyond Bullet Points is now in its third edition," says acclaimed author and presentation expert Cliff Atkinson (@cliffatkinson). "People are finding that the Beyond Bullet Points (BBP) method really works for them and that, once they try this approach, they can't go back to the old way of using PowerPoint. I hope it continues to help people unlock the compelling story in their presentations."
Named a Best Book of 2007 by the editors of Amazon.com, Beyond Bullet Points has been translated into a dozen languages including Chinese, Korean, and Russian. The book expands on a communications approach Atkinson has taught internationally at top law firms, government agencies, business schools, and corporations, including Sony, Toyota, Del Monte, Nestlé, the American Bar Association, and the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal.
Beyond Bullet Points will help you:
Fully updated for PowerPoint 2010, and featuring compelling presentation examples from classroom to boardroom, this book will help transform your presentations—and your business impact.
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Beyond Bullet Points, Third Edition
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By Cliff Atkinson
Print ISBN: 9780735627352 Ebook ISBN: 9780735661738
Print Price: $29.99 Ebook Price: $23.99
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