Hi, I am posting a ppt on change management , I hope you all would like it and share your views on the same.
From India, Mumbai

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v intresting n full of animations.. v lively 2 read... thanx a lot n keep posting... sarita:icon1:
From India, Mumbai
hI Shabz, It’s really worked out! Thank you very much for giving the new boost up which we really needed. Once again thanks for your wonderful sharing. Yours truely, R Shanti
From India, Mumbai

Hi Shabz for an excellent ppt. I enjoyed viewing and reading it.
I have some comments and observations, not specifically to this ppt, but generally. I hope you will not misunderstand. My views dont take away the effort you have put in.
I feel it would have been better to split it into two or more presentations. I feel retentivity of all factors cover, is reduced with so many sequences narrated.
Secondly, although recent trends in training adopt 'stories' to deliver a point, I feel a similar case study on humans purely, would convey the messages as good or better. Equations with cheese etc, to me dont make things easier.
Thirdly, PPTs are basically an audio visual aid. I notice most trainers/ presenters use it to replace their 'scripts'. SO the audience and the presenter/ moderator BOTH land up 'reading' the slide. Then, where is the 'audio' part of it? They may as well give the ppt for attendees to read up before the event and then clarify doubts !! To me, a ppt should encompass ONLY salients, which sum up the presentation or the points made. This does not refer to the ppt sent by you, which I suppose is to be read on line and may be substitute for some portions of the book by same name. But if someone was to use it as such for talking about the subject, I think it would dilute the value of the presentation.
Lastly, for the specific presentation here, can you pls revisit the slide when Hem and Haw are parting ways. I think there is some mix up. Hem stays back. Not Haw, who is referred to as staying back. Minor point.
Thans again. My feed back is on associated issues and not so much a 'critique' of your excellent effort. Thanks.

Hi The PPT was really gud keep posting .....if possible try to make bulletins tat will be easy to read............................... Regards Rajesh.G
From India, Coimbatore
During this slow down time it is getting difficult to keep the moral high on shop floor .. I have initiated some good entertaining Activities like Shareing Lunch once a week , or going on Drive once in Fortnight .. Can u all suggest few more thing of the same
Also we have started some informative training Programs like Factory Act, Excise Act, Electrical Maintenance, Emotional Intelligence etc, U all can also go thru one of Such PPt I shared Yesterday with my management People
Can u help me getting some more idieas in this
Anju Prince :idea:

From India, Chandigarh

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Hi All, Few years back i was gifted this book by someone but that time i didn’t go throgh it. Now i realised what have i missed. Really nice one. Thank U
From India, Bangalore
Actually for 10 min’s really big...try to minimize it to 15-20 slides...’s really a good PPT u’ve made..if u need any help.. ur most welcome..
From India, Hyderabad
Thanks for Posting this ppt. Shabz.Though I had read the book long back, this was very refreshing. The last slide is the ULTIMATE.
Like Reji has said, Change is the only Constant! So True.
Similarly , there is another TRUE statement, " The only person you can Change is Yourself'", while we keep saying to people. "Why don't you change"???!!1:-P
Nisha Kapoor

From India, Ahmadabad
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