Instead of thinking about why something is occurring, we are usually required to answer precise information that satisfies a descriptive (WHAT-centric) procedure instead of a critical line of inquiry.
Many military professionals refer to this as feeding the beast in Power Point-centric organizations, where we openly acknowledge that our own hierarchy often demands volumes of often meaningless or irrelevant information for illusionary pretexts.
Second, the guide provides University students with a user-friendly reference for effective communication that they can refer to when they return to the operating forces.), Office of Naval Research - includes the Ten Commandments of Visual Aids (such as Powerpoint slides) - delivery chapter has section on handling Q & A after speaking - most of the material applies to almost any presentation, not just techical Power Point provides a useful vehicle for sharing and developing concepts among military professionals in a variety of venues. We tend to burden our military professionals with an exhausting and high-maintenance requirement to churn out repetitive and non-explanatory slide decks for nearly every conceivable information requirement.Rarely do we conduct a meeting without the ever-present bright projection of Power Point upon a screen.The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.George Bernard Shaw If you cannot - in the long run - tell everyone what you have been doing, your doing has been worthless.