Chapter 4. Marshalling Your Evidence

Step 4: List All the Information That You Think You May Need to Include in Your Presentation

List all the information—all the support, reasons, evidence—that is relevant to your solution. Think of this as a brain-dump of everything that might go into your presentation. You can list everything in Worksheet A.6 in Appendix A or just on a blank piece of paper. See the example in Figure 4.1.

Example of an Information Brain-Dump

Figure 4.1. Example of an Information Brain-Dump

Include all the information you can think of that supports your recommendations, and also evidence against your recommendations—because you are going to have to deal with this information ...

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