‘Before’ and ‘after’ – slides, notes, reports, client pitches, KPIs, CVs, and so on
For the naïve, bullet lists may create the appearance of hard-headed organised thought.
|--Professor Edward Tufte, The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint (page 16)|
This chapter is on ‘WiT’, which stands for ‘Words in Tables’. If I were a chef, it would be my signature dish. On my courses, it’s everyone’s favourite bit, the mantra they take away at the end. ‘WiT’ is simple yet effective. It’s seriously ...