The 16 Flow Structures

  1. Modular. A sequence of similar parts, units, or components in which the order of the units is interchangeable.
  2. Chronological. Organizes clusters of ideas along a timeline, reflecting events in the order in which they occurred or might occur.
  3. Physical. Organizes clusters of ideas according to their physical or geographic location.
  4. Spatial. Organizes ideas conceptually, according to a physical metaphor or analogy, providing a spatial arrangement of your topics.
  5. Problem/Solution. Organizes the presentation around a problem and the solution offered by you or your company.
  6. Issues/Actions. Organizes the presentation around one or more issues and the actions you propose to address them.
  7. Opportunity/Leverage. Organizes ...

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