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Stop boring your audience with wordy presentation decks — start using these 15 alternatives today

What if you could model a presentation after your favorite childhood game?

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Business-focused

#1— Celebrate with a case study

#2 — Share lessons learned

#3 — Propose a hypothesis

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Technical

#4 — Perform a live demo

#5— Host a mini hackathon

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Multimedia & games

#6— Film a video or documentary

#7 — Model it after your favorite childhood game

#8 — Create a customized trivia game

#9 — Have a debate

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Data-driven

#10 — Provide an industry data comparison

#11 — Show a static data visualization

#12 —Build an interactive data dashboard

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Learning-focused

#13 — Teach a hands-on learning workshop

#14 — Moderate a one-on-one interview

#15 — Assemble a multi-guest panel

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Erica Mahler

Integrated Learning for Ads Engineering @ Microsoft | Learning Experience Design | Learning Culture | Learning Strategy