Business Process Management Slides - Getting the Message Across This is the first article in a series about BPM (business process management), which includes BPM slides, KPIs themselves. Here are some ways to get this done: The style and content of your business process management slides are essential - This is not a call for drastic changes. It is merely a reminder that the content and the style of your BPM slides need to be communicated clearly. If you make your BPM slides visually exciting but also convey the information clearly, you have done your job. Focus on the key messages - When you design your business process management slides, remember to be specific about what the keywords are.
If you put in too much detail, you may miss out on the ones that the audience finds the most important. If you can, try to split the messages into sub-sections or sub-messages and discuss each separately. Create a flowchart - Remember that your BPM slides need to keep the viewer moving. Don't leave them hanging. Create a diagram to help them from beginning to end, making sure you explain how the slides work and why they are needed. No matter how good the corporate video presentations you've seen, they never feel like they have a sense of urgency to them. That is one reason that slides exist - to make information easier to understand. When you are designing business process management slides, take the time to explore these suggestions, since they are going to have a significant impact on the effectiveness of your BPM slides. You want to get the message across and to be clear about it.