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How To Create a Project Presentation: A Guide for Impactful Content

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Corporate, academic, and business meetings share one common factor: successfully delivering project presentations. This is one skill professionals should harness in terms of articulating ideas, presenting plans, and sharing outcomes through an effective project presentation.

In this fast-paced reality where new tools and frameworks make us question the human factor value, we believe there’s much to be said about how working towards building presentation skills can make a difference, especially for making a project stand out from the crowd and have a lasting impact on stakeholders. We can no longer talk about simply disclosing information, the manner in which the narrative is built, how data is introduced, and several other factors that speak of your expertise in the subject.

This article will explore the art of project presentation, giving insights to presenters to deliver a memorable project plan presentation. Whether you are new to this experience or a seasoned presenter, this article promises to give you valuable information on how to build and present a project presentation that resonates with your target audience and will convert into your expected results for the project. Let’s get started.

Table of Contents

  • Who is the audience of a project presentation?

Executive Summary

Project overview, the project process model, the project scope, the project resources, the project roadmap, the project activities plan, the project risks, quality control, project execution and monitoring.

  • The Project Team

What Is a Project Presentation?

A project presentation is a business activity that brings together stakeholders and team members to oversee a project from execution to completion. During a project presentation, one or two people present a document or slide deck with an overview of all the project’s details.

During a project presentation, the project manager highlights key data about the project initiation and planning activities, like the project scope, requirements gathering, a deliverable list, timelines, and milestones.

The first instance of a project presentation is right before the execution of the project itself. Then, during the project process life cycle, you present it again with timely updates and news about the progress.

Who is the audience of a project presentation? 

A project-related audience is made up of stakeholders – all individuals and entities that affect or are affected by the project’s existence.

Discuss the project presentation with team members that’ll work on the project so they know what’s at stake and what’s expected of them. They’ll need information like requirements, the roadmap, the work breakdown structure, and deliverables.


Present your project to the stakeholders that can authorize resources and expenditures. Show them how the project will offer the solutions they want under the conditions they impose in a set amount of time. 

Stakeholders want to know details like project scope, budget breakdowns, timing calculations, risk assessments, and how you plan to confront these risks and be ready for changes. 

The Structure of a Project Presentation

Project presentations follow a standard structure covering all critical elements. Follow this guideline to ensure that you cover everything with the slides, the speech, and the discussion.

In the next section, we describe a project presentation structure you can build with SlideModel templates or working with our AI PowerPoint generator . As you will see, most sections in the structure are summaries or overviews of project management practices completed during initiation and planning. 

At the start of your presentation, add an executive summary slide . This section is meant to welcome the viewer to the presentation and give an idea of what’s to come. To differentiate your executive summary from the project overview that comes right after it, use the opportunity to place the project into context. 

In an executive summary , show how this particular project fits into the overall strategy for the company or the section it belongs to. If, for example, your project is about TikTok Marketing, offer information as to how it fits in the overall marketing strategy.

Continue the presentation with a project overview to show the audience what to expect. This section covers one slide or a combination of slides depending on the layout. The project overview slide serves as the introduction to a project presentation and what’s inside.

Include these items:

  • An Introduction with a brief background about the project. 
  • A short explanation of the project’s objectives and completion goals.
  • A quick overview of the timeline with start and end dates.

Project Overview representation in a Project Presentation

The project life cycle is the series of phases that a project goes through from its inception to its completion. The project process model is the group of knowledge areas, processes, and their relationships that will guide the activities along the project lifecycle. The next slide should display the chosen project process model and explain how it’ll be carried out along the different lifecycle phases. Project process models examples include Waterfall, Scrum, and V Model for software development, and Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) and Swimlane for general business-related projects.

Process models are important for the team to understand execution processes. Stakeholders need to see the process model to understand the systematic process of activities and how long they will take. 

Use one slide for the model, show only high-level components, and offer details during the presentation if the audience asks for them.

The scope is a crucial element of any project and needs its own section in the presentation. The scoping process begins with requirements gathering and includes the creation of a work breakdown structure , an analysis of what’s in and out of scope, plus validation and scope management plans. 

One or two slides are enough to highlight key scope details in a dashboard-style layout mirroring the information on your project scope statement. Preferably, place the scope slides towards the start of the project presentation close to the process model and project resources.

Stages of a Project Scope

Every project needs resources, and that assessment must be included in the project presentation as well. In a general sense, all resources are what make up the overall budget for the project. In turn, you’ll need to show a budget breakdown that shows high-level resources.

Like many aspects of a project presentation, what you include depends on the industry you’re working for. Construction projects use constructors, materials, machinery, etc. Software projects use programmers, designers, software licenses, computers, etc.

Budget breakdown slide in a project presentation

Time is the main resource of any project. During project planning, the project management team estimates the required effort needed to complete the defined scope. Using the Project Process Model, Scope, and Resources, a plan is built. Present a roadmap to highlight the expected time for project completion and where each milestone falls along that line.

Roadmaps can be constructed with an infinite variety of visual layouts, from highly creative and illustrative to structured formats resembling spreadsheets and tables with color-coded roadmaps across the cells. Use one slide to show the roadmap highlighting time estimates, constraints, and projections. For updated project presentations, mark where the project is on the roadmap at that particular moment in time.

Project roadmap

Every phase of the roadmap is broken down into action plans . Action plans list activities, their duration, allocated resources (human, material, and financial), and the relationship between activities.

Present your project activities plan with a Gantt Chart and a Costs Report. The Gantt Chart will show the activities to execute, how long they will take, and who (person or team) will be responsible for them. The costs reports will show how much the execution of activities will cost.

During the presentation, you’ll spend the most time on this section, as this is when and where your entire plan is outlined. To show more detail than the roadmap overview, use a few slides to show specific sections of the main Gantt chart and show key activities per phase or milestone.

Project activities plan

All projects present risks, and to control them, they must be identified, assessed, evaluated, and mitigated . Visualize your risk assessment with a risk matrix and include it in the project presentation. 

Use this slide to explain to stakeholders how you plan to mitigate the identified risks. Share with team members what’s expected of them in order to keep the risks under control. Risk management is a critical component of project management and something stakeholders will always be looking at.

Risk matrices formats

Controlling the quality of project deliverables is critical for positive project outcomes and continued success with the deliverable. This process is called quality control or quality assurance.

The project process model includes which quality control techniques the team will use and when. Some quality assurance (QA) techniques include statistical process control (SPC), Six Sigma, ISO 9000, and Total Quality Management (TQM). Use one slide to visualize the process and your plan to execute it.

Once the project starts, the project plan is a living entity and evolves over time. This section will need to be regularly updated with progress reports, performance KPIs, and status updates.

Across these slides, explain how activities will be monitored and deliverable outcomes measured. Show exactly how you will determine if the project is on course or has deviations. Visualize all execution activities with a Gantt chart to show the current progress. Use big numbers and data points to highlight performance metrics. Use a comparison slide to visualize the completeness percentage vs. planned progress and budget consumption vs. planned budget.

Explain all monitoring activities for the execution phase using a calendar or schedule that shows on what days activities will take place and who is involved.

presentation to management on a project

The Project Team 

When presenting a project, include a stakeholder map to describe the management team, the sponsors, the main stakeholders, and the implementation team or teams. Depending on the size of the project, this will be an org chart or multiple org charts across a few slides.

Why is it important to present the project team to the stakeholders and vice versa? So that everyone involved knows the other parties and their responsibilities.

Another use for the team slide or slides is to present the next person who will speak during the project presentation. This gives the audience some background on that person’s role in the project.

Visual org chart of the project team

Case Study – Project Presentation Example

Using the structure we present above, we outlined a case study of a realistic project and how the project manager puts together the project presentation using SlideModel templates. The project presentation example is based on a complex project of building a bridge (Cline Avenue Bridge). For the educational purpose of this article, we are not delivering all the elements of the project presentation, as it is out of scope. Still, we illustrate the more representative slides of each section, show how to prepare a PowerPoint Presentation for a project and how simple it is to adapt the templates to the content that needs to be presented. As a disclaimer, all information we present is an adaptation and reinterpretation of the real project, modified by SlideModel to fit the use case learning goals. This information and presentation should not be considered a source of information related to the Cline Avenue Bridge Project.

In this slide, the presenter summarises the project highlights in a project charter style. The Project Manager can extend this introduction all over the project lifecycle, and the speech can jump from different knowledge areas without the need to change slides or get deeper into details. Specifically, in the Cline Bridge Project, the objective is narrated, the location is just mentioned and linked to a map for further details, and a set of important facts are presented (Building Information Modelling Process, Budget, Duration, Sponsor, and Constructor). Key Highlights of the final deliverable are listed (Segmental Bridge, Material Concrete, 1.7 miles of length and 46 feet of width)

Project Presentation Project Overview Slide

Process Model

The Process Model slide illustrates the framework for the project lifecycle, processes, planning, and execution. In this slide, the Project Manager will describe the model and how it is tailored to the specifics of the project. In this case, for the development and construction of the Cline Bridge, the builder has defined the use of BIM (Building Information Modelling) as the process model. During this slide, the presenter can describe the lifecycle phases (Design, Production, Construction, Operation, and Planning) and drill down one level over the knowledge practices involved. For example, the initial stage consists of “Design”, which has two main knowledge areas, Conceptual Design, and Detailed Design. The project manager is able to explain this definition without the need to outline detailed processes and activities within them.

building information modelling project process model

The Scope section of the presentation generally involves several slides, as the content layout is a list of “requirements.” Based on this fact, a table layout is suggested to make good use of space. It is important to avoid abusing the “list” and present the group of requirements rather than specific requirements. Otherwise, the project manager ends up transcribing the requirements document.

In this project presentation example, we present 10 groups of requirements traversing different stages of the project lifecycle. 

  • Design Standards: Bridge design must comply with local, national, and international design standards, including relevant engineering and safety codes
  • Load Capacity: The bridge must be designed to safely carry a specific maximum load, which would include the weight of the bridge itself, traffic, pedestrians, wind, and other factors.
  • Seismic Design: The design must account for seismic loads. 
  • Aesthetic Design: The bridge must be designed to meet certain aesthetic criteria aligned with the artists and architects.
  • Accessibility and Use Requirements: Requirements for pedestrian walkways, bike lanes, vehicle lanes, load restrictions for vehicles, clearance heights for boats if over a waterway, etc.
  • Regulatory Approvals: The project must secure all necessary permits and approvals from relevant local and national regulatory bodies.
  • Environmental Impact: The project must take steps to minimize its environmental impact during construction and the operation of the bridge, including implementing erosion and sediment controls.
  • Materials Simulation: Materials should comply with regulations and usage expectations for current and future expected requirements.
  • Site Preparation: The project must include preparation of the construction site, including any necessary land clearing or grading.
  • Foundations Construction: Foundations will need to support materials weight and traffic expected for the next 30 years.
  • Site Acquisition: Acquire site and terrain for building and logistics.

build bridge project presentation scope slide

Building a bridge involves a high level of resource usage. In an executive meeting of a project presentation, the recommendation is to structure this section as a Financial table with only one level of detail. Further details are delegated to specific resources and cost analysis presentations.

The resources list presented is:

  • Professional Services
  • Construction Labour
  • Quality Assurance
  • Contingency
  • Waste Disposal and Cleanup
  • Subcontractors

In order to break the style of table after table during the project presentation, we suggest using visual elements as icons and colors metaphorically related to each of the elements listed.

project presentation resources slide template

Project Roadmap

As explained earlier in the article, the project roadmap serves to offer a comprehensive overview of the significant milestones that will happen over the course of time. Given the magnitude of a bridge construction project and its prolonged duration, it is advisable, particularly for such extensive endeavours, to present a roadmap that aligns milestones with corresponding lifecycle phases in a discernible manner. This approach enables the audience to mentally envision the sequential progression of the construction process.

Aligned with previous slides, in the example we created a roadmap with the following high level milestones, and sub componentes:

  • Project Budgeting and Financing
  • Land Purchase & Renting
  • Conceptual Design
  • Detailed Design
  • Access Routes
  • Waste Disposal
  • Simulations
  • Materials Tests
  • Seismic Tests
  • Fabrication
  • Preparation of Modular Pieces
  • Build and Assembly
  • Test under Acceptance Criteria
  • Stress Test
  • Operation and Maintenance

As you can see, the Project Manager decided over a sequential roadmap, presented with little detail in timings, with start and end dates to picture dimension over the diagram.

project roadmap template case study build a bridge

Action Plan

In the bridge construction project of the example, there will be plenty of activity plans. All along the project several of these slides will be created and updated. The most suitable option for presentation tasks, durations, precedence relationship and resource allocation is the Gantt Chart Template. We present the first Quarter of the project, over the Conceptual Design Activities. 

As displayed in the PowerPoint Slide , the subtitle clarifies the number of slides that will be used for this purpose.

The activities presented are:

  • Site Analysis
  • Feasibility Analysis
  • Design Concepts
  • BIM Model Creation
  • Model Revision
  • Environmental Impact
  • Present Design

action plan conceptual design project presentation

Project Risks

Risk management is an iterative process all over the project life cycle. When presenting your projects, the risks will vary depending on the progress over the roadmap. For this specific example we decided to present the risks being discussed during the Ideation stage, where the developer is exchanging risks with contractors and the company that will build the bridge.

Our suggested layout for this kind of information is a simple table, where the risks are clearly readable and visible, while the description is a hint for discussion rather than an in depth explanation.

It is very important to classify the presented risks, at least with two dimensions; “Impact” and “Probability”. This will generate quality conversations around them. 

Outlined Risks during the Initiation Phase:

  • Design Errors
  • Construction Delays
  • Budget Overruns
  • Regulatory Changes
  • Site Conditions
  • Equipment Failures
  • Health and Safety Incidents

As the reader can spot, the risks outlined, are very high level, and each of them will trigger specific Risk Analysis Reports.

project presentations risks outline slide powerpoint template

The quality control section of the project presentation may vary depending on the quality process adopted. For large scale companies with a uniform portfolio of projects , it is common to see a continuous improvement quality model, which iteratively builds quality over the different projects (for example software companies) For construction companies like the example, the situation is not different, and the quality control model is aligned with the specific building process model. In this specific case, the project manager is presenting the quality control process to be applied over the BIM model and the Quality Control process to be followed for the physical construction of the bridge:

project presentation case study quality control BIM process model

Execution and Monitoring

During the project, several status meetings will be carried out. During the project presentation the manager can establish the pattern to be used along the project.

For this example, we set a basic progress dashboard where the project manager can present : 

  • The current timeline
  • Top 5 issues
  • Current Burndown
  • Top 5 risks.

project presentation case study PowerPoint dashboard

The art of project presentation goes beyond listing data in random slides. A project presentation is a powerful tool to align stakeholders and foster an environment of trust and collaboration over factual information.

With a structured approach, all members involved in the project design and execution can understand the direction that’s being taken and the importance behind certain decisions. We hope these insights can turn your project into a powerful presentation that inspires and deliver results.

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Project Management Presentation Template

A project management presentation is used to describe your project in its entirety from the product itself down to process. Businesses can better explain their projects to key stakeholders with Beautiful.ai’s project management presentation example.  

Our customizable template has everything you need for a project management presentation like financial plans, organizational steps and project planning. A thoughtful project management presentation can help partners and collaborators align on project details to ensure all deadlines and expectations are met.  

Our project management template can also help you:

  • Share additional resources with key stakeholders
  • Act as a reference for project milestones and deliverables 
  • Answer any questions regarding your product or processes

Use our template to create an effective project management presentation

A project management presentation can help you better collaborate with other teammates, but not without a clear story and seamless flow. Whether you need to outline your goals or communicate financial resources with your team, you can quickly bring your visions to life with these effective project management slides:

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Pro tips to create a successful project management presentation

As you use this template to craft your project management presentation, keep these do’s and don’ts in mind:

There’s a lot to cover in these types of presentations. Use graphics like timelines, scatter plots, or bar graphs to make information more digestible and don’t be afraid to include relevant photos or videos of the product.

Stick to one topic or idea per slide. If you try to add too much content to one slide, you’ll overwhelm your audience. The focus should always be on the project and how it’s being managed.

There’s a lot of work that goes into a new project, so give credit where credit is due. Include a section that highlights the team driving the project forward.

If you need additional slides to compare data, display tables, share pull quotes, or display word clouds, add them to your presentation.

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Project Presentations: How to Prepare and Deliver a Project Presentation


Can anything make a project manager’s heart sink faster than being told that they need to give a project presentation to the board of directors? The pressure. The responsibility. Sure, you’re happy that the directors of the company trust you enough that they want your input in the project, but having to present in front of these powerful players is making your stress levels spike.

If you haven’t come across these presentation requests from senior managers yet, you will! These scenarios are common on projects, especially projects that introduce a new product or involve organizational change. But don’t feel overwhelmed. Giving project presentations may feel scary, but you can plan and prepare for them just like any other meeting.

What Is a Project Presentation?

A project presentation is an opportunity for you to explain your project processes and deliverables to key stakeholders. These can be informal, like a quick update via reports with a few individuals, or formal. Formal project presentations often require proper meeting times, thought-out slide decks, goal review and more. We’ll spend most of our time discussing how to prepare and deliver a formal project presentation.

A formal project presentation requires good data. Project management software can provide you with the dashboards and reports you need to supplement your points and progress updates. ProjectManager has real-time dashboards that you can share with stakeholders, and eight different in-depth project reports that you can make with just a few clicks. Get started for free today!

Project presentation on a dashboard

Why Is a Project Presentation So Important?

A project presentation is your opportunity to convey the importance of the work you and your team have been doing. If you’re unable to articulate your progress and achievements, key stakeholders won’t understand why money, time and resources are being spent on your project.

When you think of it like that, it’s no wonder why people spend so much time preparing for their project presentations. Read on to see how you can knock your next presentation out of the park.

How to Prepare for a Project Presentation

Preparing for a project presentation can be more important than you actual delivery. That’s because good preparation can set you up for success on the big day. Let’s go through some preparation techniques you can do for your project presentation.

1. Create a Calendar Invite for Your Project Presentation

You can’t just expect people to turn up – they need to know that there is an important event that requires their attendance, so get it in their diaries. People plan their meetings and calendar appointments sometimes quite far in advance, giving ample warning. Schedule the presentation as soon as you can, and check with the individuals (or their assistants) if you don’t get a reply about their availability.

If you have been invited to someone else’s meeting to talk about your project, make sure it is in your planner and book some time to plan for it in advance. If you don’t, you risk running out of time to prepare your material.

2. Select a Format for Your Presentation

How are you going to get your message across? If you’ve scheduled a meeting it’s likely that you are expecting to do a formal presentation. That’s fine, but how? Will you use slides or flip charts or mirror your iPad on a monitor? Do you expect the audience to participate in any part of the presentation? Can you speak without notes or would it be better to have some pointers with you on the day?

You should also consider where you will be giving the presentation. For example, a format that is suitable for a small room and a limited audience, such as a loosely-structured project update with a couple of slides, is not going to be appropriate for a room full of stakeholders, laid out like a lecture theatre with you at a lectern at the front.

3. Practice Your Project Management Presentation

Giving presentations is a skill. Practice, practice, practice. Before your big project presentation, volunteer to do some smaller ones, like staff briefings or shorter updates at team meetings. You want to feel comfortable both standing up in front of the room and with the material. Run through your presentation at home or in an empty meeting room so that you remember where the slide transitions are. Practice using the projector and a clicker to move the slides forward. Write out your flip charts several times so that it becomes second nature.

Practice and training will make your delivery much more polished and professional and give your audience a far better experience.

4. Write Big So Your Presentation Is Legible

Whether you are using slides or flip charts, write big or use big fonts. It is often difficult to see what is on the screen, even in a small room – and that means your message is not getting across. And it’s an excuse for audience members to check their phones instead of listening to you.

A good tip is to print out your slides and put them on the floor. If you can still read them clearly from a standing position, then the text is big enough. If you can’t read the words or you have to bend down to read them, make the font size larger!

5. Have a Backup Plan for Your Presentation

Projectors break, meeting rooms don’t have conference phones in, pens run out just at the critical moment. Plan for everything to go wrong. Your presentation audience is made up of busy people and they don’t want to sit there watching you fiddle with the technology. Get it all working before they arrive, and if it doesn’t work when you get going, make sure that you have a contingency plan (like a printout of your slides) so that you can carry on anyway.

How to Give a Project Presentation

When the fateful day arrives, there are some important things to keep in mind when giving your project presentation. Follow these best practices and you’ll portray your project and your team in the best possible light.

1. Speak Clearly and Don’t Rely on Jargon

Presentations depend on clarity and good communication . If you bog down your presentation with jargon and convulated reasoning, you’re going to lose your audience. Make sure that you use language that your audience will understand, so they can follow along with all of the key points you need to make.

Remember, not everyone in that meeting is going to understand all the intricasies of your project, in fact, none of them likely will. So speak slowly, clearly and ensure that you communicate.

2. Stick to What Matters and Use Data

When giving your project presentation, don’t lose sight of the original goals and requirements of the project. Your stakeholders agreed on certain goals at the beginning, how are you trending towards reaching those goals? Sometimes it’s easy to focus on setbacks or difficulties, or things that you may find fascinating. However, it’s best to recenter on critical business objectives.

It’s important to use data to supplement your project presentation as you address key goals and initiatives. But don’t use too much data! People will get lost in the numbers and stop listening to what you have to say. It’s a delicate balance.

3. Tell a Story

You have probably sat through a fair few presentations in your time, and I expect you’ve tried to stop yourself from nodding off in some of them. Project status updates can be boring. If the subject matter isn’t dull, often the speaker is. Don’t let that be you.

One way to keep the attention of the audience is to structure your presentation in the most interesting fashion. Consider what they will find interesting (and it won’t be the same as what you find interesting). Telling the story of your project is a good idea. Think about a start, a middle and an end to your presentation. Perhaps follow the lifecycle from the perspective of a customer.

Focus on the benefits and not the project management process. If you don’t know if your presentation material makes sense, run it past a friend or family member who doesn’t know anything about your project. If they don’t fall asleep, it’s OK!

4. Ask for Feedback on Your Presentation

When your presentation is over, ask for feedback. You could do this directly at the end of the session before people leave the room, or a couple of days later. It’s good to get some feedback as it helps you work on what to improve for next time.

Ask people to give you their impressions both of your presentation skills and also of the presentation content. You could find that the content was really good but you lacked confidence delivering it, or conversely that you were an engaging presenter but the material was not relevant to them. All this is useful stuff to know and it will help you improve your presentation skills for next time.

Project Management Presentations Take Time to Master

Giving presentations isn’t an everyday occurrence on projects but it is likely that you will have to give one or two during the project lifecycle – more if your project involves a lot of workshops or user sessions.

Don’t panic – presentation skills are something that you can learn and you will get better with practice! Once you have cracked it, you’ll feel confident delivering presentations and you’ll find that it gets easier to prepare for them in the future.

The scheduling features of our software can be used to book your presentations on the team calendar, which can be easily seen on the project dashboard. With it you have the ability to share agendas and slides after the presentation with the online document library. Then you can carry on the discussion after the meeting by using the great chat tool. Try the software from ProjectManager free for 30 days and see how helpful it really is.

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Free Google Slides Project Management Templates

By Kate Eby | August 30, 2023

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We’ve compiled the most comprehensive collection of free Google Slides project management templates for project managers, business analysts, team members, and other stakeholders in Google Slides’ presentation-friendly format. 

Included on this page, you’ll find a Google Slides project status template , a Google Slides project timeline template , a Google Slides project presentation template , a Google Slides project proposal template , a Google Slides project kickoff template , and a Google Slides project charter template , among others.

Simple Project Plan Template for Google Slides

Simple Project Plan Example Template Google Slides

Download the Sample Simple Project Plan Template for Google Slides   Download the Blank Simple Project Plan Template for Google Slides

Use this Google Slides simple project plan template to save you and your team time, organize tasks, and facilitate easy collaboration, ensuring a smoother project management experience. Simply enter each of your tasks in the Tasks column, and add your project details, task durations, milestones, and deadlines. The template then places the tasks on a visually dynamic, easy-to-read Gantt chart. This template is the perfect solution for project planning, enabling regular updates so you can track progress and keep everyone informed. A blank template is available, as well as a version with sample text that helps guide users through the process with an example of a successful project plan.

See this collection of free Google Docs project management templates to find additional resources and get the most out of your project management planning.

Google Slides Project Status Template 

Project Status Template Google Slides

Download the Project Status Template for Google Slides

Ensure that you meet your project deliverables with this comprehensive, visually engaging Google Slides project status template. Enter your project summary, schedule target milestones, and specify each of your project components, their statuses, and owners. This completely customizable template is the perfect way to communicate which tasks have potential risks, delays, or roadblocks; showcase milestones achieved; and track upcoming tasks so that all stakeholders stay informed on project progress. 

Use one of these free Google Sheets project management templates to assist in planning, organizing, and tracking various aspects of a project.

Google Slides Project Timeline Template

Project Timeline Template Google Slides

Download the Project Timeline Template for Google Slides

Achieve project success by utilizing this visually appealing Google Slides project timeline template, which enables you to create detailed month-by-month plans. Simply input project goals and objectives into the customizable bar chart, adjusting the bars to match task durations. Additionally, include milestone dates for important objectives or deliverables and make use of the built-in Results row to quickly review project progress. By following this structured presentation template, teams can enhance their overall project management experience. 

Use one of these free timeline templates for Google Sheets, Google Docs, and Google Slides to visually represent the sequence of project tasks, milestones, and events in a project, facilitating efficient planning, scheduling, and tracking.

Google Slides Project Presentation Template 

Project Kickoff Presentation Template Google Slides

Download the Project Presentation Template for Google Slides

Use this straightforward Google Slides project presentation template to illustrate your project process in consistent phases. This template enables you to outline processes step by step, while also providing rows to document and update the status of each stage in the process workflow. By doing so, you can ensure clarity and organization throughout the project lifecycle. Enhance your project management by utilizing this template for clear and organized workflow visualization and monitoring. 

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Google Slides Project Proposal Template

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Make your project proposal concise and impactful with this Google Slides project proposal template. Use this editable template to provide stakeholders with key project details such as objectives, phases, timelines, and budgetary considerations. The template helps you easily compile and organize information critical to a project so that project sponsors and other stakeholders can review and approve the proposed project. Make a strong impression and establish a foundation for comprehensive project planning with this unique template.

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Elevate your project kickoff meetings with this Google Slides project kickoff template. Craft engaging presentations by highlighting project objectives, deliverables, timelines, team member introductions, and communication plans. This customizable and free template allows you to tailor content, visuals, and layout to suit your project requirements, ensuring a well-structured and visually captivating presentation that seamlessly launches your project.

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Standardize your project charter creation process with this user-friendly, comprehensive Google Slides project charter template. In the Project Overview section, specify the problems or issues your project aims to address, as well as its business case, goals, metrics, and expected deliverables. In the remaining sections, elaborate on the project scope, schedule, resources, costs, benefits, customers, risks, constraints, and assumptions to ensure a thorough, organized, and successful project charter. 

For expert tips and additional templates, see this guide to writing an effective project charter .

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Save time on project planning with this user-friendly Google Slides project scope template. The template features visually engaging sections for recording high-level project goals, deliverables, functions, tasks, deadlines, and associated costs. Use the blank version to create your project scope statement from scratch, or download the sample text version to guide you through the project scope presentation process. Customize either version of the template to fit your project, and use each slide as a helpful guide in defining your project’s scope. 

To find everything you need to know about creating a project scope statement and avoiding scope creep, see this comprehensive article on project scope management .

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Effortlessly monitor and visualize task data with this Google Slides project dashboard template, which offers a real-time overview of project performance. Simply input the requested data, and the template's pie charts will dynamically update to display task statuses and priority percentages, enabling effective project management. Utilize the color-coded task timeline to visualize pending tasks and active task statuses so you can stay on track and within budget.

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Efficiently map out your project workflow – from proposal to delivery and implementation – with this user-friendly Google Slides project workflow template. The template enables you to chart tasks in the correct sequence, ensuring that your project progresses smoothly and attains its desired outcomes. Additionally, the sequenced tasks serve as alerts for project managers, highlighting plan rejections and project suspensions when necessary.

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Enhance the visibility of your project management office (PMO) strategy with this flexible Google Slides project roadmap template. The sample version of this template features pre-filled example tasks, milestones, and goals for each phase of a six-month roadmap, which can be easily modified to accommodate any timeframe and set of activities. This strategic roadmap offers a comprehensive overview of upcoming initiatives, facilitating seamless connections between planning, implementation, evaluation, and closeout stages.

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Craft a post-project evaluation presentation to share within your organization with this dynamic Google Slides project post-mortem template. Customize each slide by incorporating your own content, showcasing how the project performed in relation to initial goals, schedules, cost limits, and planning. Emphasize noteworthy accomplishments, as well as challenges, valuable insights, and recommendations for future projects, while including relevant metrics to measure project success.

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How to Give a Stunning Project Presentation

April 3, 2019 by Bernie Roseke, P.Eng., PMP 2 Comments

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Many projects require a presentation, whether at the beginning, end, or somewhere in the middle.  Sometimes it is given to the managers or executives, sometimes to the project team , and sometimes to stakeholders who have a specific interest in the project.

Project presentations can be very nerve racking and difficult for many people, but that doesn’t mean they have to be difficult.  With practice and some basic guiding principles, you can give a stunning project presentation that will knock their socks off.  I’ve given many project presentations, and I’m going to share my secrets with you.

Present the Problem and Solution

  • Repeat the main point 3 times
  • Include an analogy or story
  • Keep slides short
  • Include pictures and Diagrams
  • Connect with the audience

Many audience members assume that you know what you’re talking about, and most of the time you do.  But somehow, if the presenter doesn’t include the topic of the presentation directly, the audience doesn’t want to decide what it is for themselves.

It’s similar to a sales pitch in that it’s the presenter’s job to keep the audience engaged.  If you wish to maximize the communication of the message, you need to state it directly.

Include an Analogy or Story

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  • An analogy is a comparison to a similar real life thing, for example, This product works like a rocket ship taking off to the moon.  It takes a bit of preparation time which might seem a bit daunting at times only to have a very quick experience that over relatively quickly, but the experience is worth every second in the end.  I’ve become a true believer in the immense power of analogy.  Analogies engage audiences in milliseconds and give them something to remember the presentation by.  I’ve incorporated analogies in my writing at every opportunity, and the results have been truly amazing.  Many project presentations come in groups, that is, they are one out of many.  In this case, the presentation with an analogy is the one that will be remembered by the audience.
  • A story is an experience that relates to the topic being presented, for example, Last year I had the privilege of working with sick kids at the hospital.  These kids needed life saving medical care, and the doctors were fantastic.  It made me realize that this product really has the potential to impact people, and maybe even save lives.  A story is a personal experience, either yours or somebody else’s.  They work just like an analogy by engaging the audience and giving them something to remember the project by.  But they have the potential to drag on when the audience starts to feel like it’s not about them.  The key to pulling off a successful story is to keep it short and relevant.  If the audience can’t connect it to the project, they will lose interest.

Ideas for analogies are surprisingly easy to find with internet searches.  Personal story ideas require brainstorming and thinking about the relationship between the topic and real world experiences.

Repeat the Main Point 3 Times


  • Tell them what you’re going to say
  • Tell them what you just said

In most presentations, this takes the form of an introduction, main body, and conclusion.  But all three parts need to spell out the main point in a prominent place, clearly and succinctly.  You want to make sure the audience doesn’t need to think, that people can be daydreaming about what they’re going to be doing that evening but they’ll perk up and get hit with a short but prominent main conclusion that they won’t forget.

In most presentations, audiences are not in a position where they want to exercise their thought muscles.  Similar to a sales presentation, they don’t want to think for themselves, they figure it’s the presenters job to tell them what to think.  Hence, they forget what they are told very quickly.

Speaking of which, did you notice the analogy?  I’ll bet that if you remember nothing else from this article, you’ll remember that the audience doesn’t want to exercise their thought muscles.

Keep Slides Short

Many presentations contain long winded verbiage that requires long form reading while the presenter is talking.  I see this time and time again in presentations that I attend, and I’ve even done this myself when it seemed like there was no other way to get the point across.  But in hindsight this is a waste of good presentation time.  Nobody is going to read long paragraphs.  In fact, nobody is going to read long sentences either.

The idea is simple.  When writing presentation slides, keep bullet points under two lines of text.  Any more and it should be said verbally or placed into the next bullet.

Include Pictures and Diagrams


This idea is self explanatory.  Make sure no more than about half of the presentation slides contain only written words.

Connect with the Audience

The previous 5 bullets contained advice for good presentation slides and planning, but what are some ideas to deliver the presentation in a stunning way?

There are a few secrets, but the key to all of them is connecting with the audience.

Remember first that the audience wants to hear your presentation.  They wouldn’t be there if they didn’t.  However, most people don’t have the attention span to stay engaged for an entire presentation unless they have a very high interest in the subject matter.  They will move in and out of attention, remembering only the most interesting (not necessarily important) parts.

Here are a few pointers:

  • Use Outline notes Don’t read from a script.  Although it is permissible to read for some of the time, extensive reading from a written script disconnects from the audience and loses the message because people stop listening.
  • Talk to one person I’ve found it helpful to pick one person in the audience and deliver the presentation to them.  Don’t look only at them, of course, but let it sink in that you are not so much talking to a larger audience as you are giving many presentations to individual people, simultaneously.
  • Don’t let down the most interested person in the audience Here’s another tip I’ve used in my presentations as well as my musical performances.  There’s guaranteed to be at least one person in the audience who loves what you’re saying and wants to learn all about it.  So wouldn’t it be a huge disappointment if you let them down?  Let all your presentation anxiety submit to the desire to make sure that that one person who really wants to know your information isn’t disappointed.  I mean, why are you even talking to everyone else, that doesn’t care, anyway?

Those are my secrets for stunning presentations!  Let me know how it goes and what other tips you have in the comments section below.  I’d love to hear from you!

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About Bernie Roseke, P.Eng., PMP

Bernie Roseke, P.Eng., PMP, is the president of Roseke Engineering . As a bridge engineer and project manager, he manages projects ranging from small, local bridges to multi-million dollar projects. He is also the technical brains behind ProjectEngineer , the online project management system for engineers. He is a licensed professional engineer, certified project manager, and six sigma black belt. He lives in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, with his wife and two kids.

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Outline all your key project information with a visually-appealing design to encourage buy-in from investors and get everyone on the same page.

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About the Project Presentation Template

Our customizable and professional presentation template helps you plan your upcoming project presentation for clients, investors, and stakeholders. Using our modern design, you can create a stunning presentation that outlines all your key project information. 

To create your presentation, you can customize our existing decks to suit your target audience. Add or remove slides, change their order, and upload your company brand assets to create a professional and effective project presentation. 

What is a project presentation? 

A project proposal presentation (sometimes known as a project kickoff presentation) provides an overview of an upcoming project. The purpose of the presentation is to update clients, investors, key stakeholders, and team members on your project plans. You’ll discuss changes and improvements delivered by the project and get approval to launch. 

The aim is to get everyone on the same page. Investors and shareholders will understand why you’re running the project, and your project team will understand what they need to do to make it happen. 

Tips for making the perfect project presentation 

Creating a successful and engaging project presentation is easier said than done. Here are some tips to get you on the right track. 

Use a professional template. Save time and create a professional, visually-appealing presentation with a Project Presentation Template. Creating one from scratch will be more time-consuming, and it might not look as striking or professional as a ready-made template. 

Present the problem. Be clear about why you want to launch this project. Is it to solve a customer problem? Or maybe to improve an internal process? Whatever it is, clearly present the problem and show how your project will fix it. 

Clearly communicate your project goals. Everyone needs to know what you want to achieve with your project, so be sure to clearly outline what your goals will be and how you plan to measure them. Take a look at the SMART goals framework to help with this. It’ll also show stakeholders and investors what the project will do for the business (which can help get buy-in and approval to launch). 

Break down your project plan. Show everyone what’s involved in the project by clearly breaking down your project plan. You don’t need to outline every single detail, just the key milestones and the top-level plan. A Scope of Work Template can also help you outline this information. 

Keep slides short. If you go into too much detail in your slides, you risk standing in front of your audience and reading off the screen. To improve your presentation delivery and keep your audience engaged, only include the top-level, necessary information on all your slides. 

Use quality visuals and presentation tools. Give stakeholders, clients, and investors a good impression by using high-quality visual elements to create a clean and professional design. For example, only use high-quality images and keep everything on-brand. Professional presentation tools like Miro will also help you create a well-designed and engaging presentation.

How to create a project presentation with Miro's customizable template 

Use Miro’s digital workspace to organize your thoughts, jot down notes, and share ideas with your project team. When you’re ready to create your presentation, simply select the template and start customizing it to suit your needs. You can add your own color palette, vector icons, and any other graphic elements that you need.  

Our interactive slides (or frames ) can be easily edited. You can add or remove slides and restructure their order in your presentation. All of the slides also have placeholder text, which you can remove to add your own presentation content.

Once you’re ready to present your slides, all you have to do is hop into Presentation Mode . This automatically puts your presentation in fullscreen, and you can move between the slides using the arrow keys.

How do you structure a project presentation? 

Every project presentation is different, so there’s no correct way to structure your presentation . However, there are some common topics that occur in most project presentations: 

High-level information for stakeholders: Your presentation shouldn’t go into too much detail about the specifics of your project. Instead, it should provide top-level information that stakeholders can easily digest — for example, your budget, your return on investment expectation, and your goals. 

Timelines: It’s helpful for your audience to know when you want to start the project and how long it will last. Outline your project timeline so they can see what you plan to do and when you plan to do it (but remember, keep it top-level). 

Deliverables: What will the result be? Tell your audience what your deliverables and outputs will be, so they know what to expect.

Goals: Show your audience how you plan to measure success. As mentioned, take a look at the SMART goals framework to create clear and specific goals.

What do you write in a project presentation?

Your project presentation should outline the top-level information about your upcoming project. This includes the problem you’re trying to solve, your budget, the project timeline, key deliverables, and your goals.

How do you introduce a project presentation?

Start by telling the audience who you are and what the presentation is about. This means summing up your project presentation in a couple of sentences (ideally, you’ll have this prepared beforehand). Show them an agenda so they know what to expect and give a rough timeline for when the presentation will wrap up.

How can I make a perfect presentation?

It’s hard to say how to create the perfect presentation. What’s perfect for you and your audience might not work for someone else, but any successful presentation is engaging, compelling, and convincing. It takes the audience on a journey, building an emotional connection with them along the way. At the end of the presentation, the audience thoroughly understands what the project entails and why it’s important.

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Presenting project details in a form of presentation sometimes can be an exhausting and time consuming process. To ease that process and help you elevate your presentation style, we have listed the best PPT templates for project presentations.

10 Best Project Management PowerPoint Templates

Project management is the heart and soul of any new project initiated by the company. It outlines every aspect of your project or services, right from the ideation phase to implementation to the final product. With the help of an effective project presentation, businesses can better communicate their initiatives to important stakeholders.  

Planning, organizing, controlling, and managing a project’s objectives, goals, and resources are all part of project management, which aim towards successful product delivery. SlideUpLift has the best PowerPoint (PPT) templates for project presentations, with numerous options available to suit your needs. Let’s look deeply into project management presentations.

What is a Project Management Presentation?

A Project Management PowerPoint presentation is a visual representation about your project in its entirety, from product/service to the process to performance review. It contains slides presenting all five project management phases including: 

  • Project Initiation
  • Project Planning
  • Project Execution
  • Project Monitoring
  • Project Closing

A professionally designed Project Management PowerPoint template can help partners and collaborators align on project details to ensure all deadlines and expectations are met. These templates can be used for projects under different departments  including Business, Marketing , Sales , HR , etc. 

Importance of Project Management Presentations

The importance of a project management presentation cannot be undermined during the project duration. Stakeholders across all industries make use of PowerPoint and Google Slides templates to highlight its planning, implementation, timeline, roadmap, reports, etc. Now, here are the top five reasons why Project Management presentations are important:

  • Project management presentations ensure that everyone involved in the project knows their goals, tasks, status, and specifications.
  • It helps with aligning stakeholders’ expectations for securing support for the project’s success.
  • Project management presentations also offer information and insights to help you decide what to do next and how to prioritize your duties wisely.
  • These presentations also help to identify and mitigate risks before it becomes a genuine threat. 
  • Management presentations promote transparency, fostering credibility and trust among stakeholders as well as inside the project team .

With the help of our collection of best PowerPoint (PPT) templates for project presentation, you not only enhance the quality of your slides but also boost self-confidence and communication skills. 

10 Best PPT Templates for Project Presentations

Below is the list of our best PowerPoint templates for project presentations to help you make your efforts shine in front of your audience: 

Agile Project Team Structure PowerPoint Template

Project Kick-Off Presentation PowerPoint Template

Roles and responsibilities powerpoint template.

  • Project Executive Summary PowerPoint Template

Project Scope Summary PowerPoint Template

Program Governance Circular PowerPoint Template

Project Planning Presentation PowerPoint Template

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Project Closure Presentation PowerPoint Template

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Let’s understand each of them in detail.

Agile Project Team Structure PowerPoint Template

  • The template makes it easy to communicate complicated information interestingly by providing a dynamic visual of your team’s structure and duties.
  • It is versatile enough to work for various situations and audiences, whether you are presenting to stakeholders, clients, or team members.
  • It can be utilized in project meetings to introduce the project team and their roles.

Project Kick Off Presentation PowerPoint Template

  • The template includes a well-structured format covering timelines , Gantt charts , different project phases , and key project highlights, making it one of the best PowerPoint (PPT) templates for project presentation.
  • This template can be used in project-kickoff meetings to discuss every aspect of the project.

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Roles and Responsibilities PowerPoint Template

Roles and Responsibilities PowerPoint Template

  • This template has a very structured and well-organized layout, clearly highlighting every role and responsibility of the team member.
  • It encourages consistently presenting roles and responsibilities across multiple teams or projects.

Animated Project Executive Summary PowerPoint Template

  • This template includes dedicated sections for the project team, background, action taken, and the previous year’s results.
  • The Project Executive Summary PowerPoint template makes communicating the project’s essential elements easier, allowing stakeholders to understand its key points.
  • One of the best PPT templates for project presentation from the list, project managers can use it to give project updates to stakeholders, executives, or team members.

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Animated Project Scope Summary PowerPoint Template

  • This template lets you include all the details of any project beforehand, i.e., goals, background, implementation strategies, teams, budget, and finally, in-scope and out-of-scope things.
  • It can be used in project meetings to provide an overall project overview.
  • What makes it one of the best PPT templates for project presentation is that managers, team members and stakeholders can refer to the template to remind them of the project’s established scope.

Check out our vast library of Project Management Presentation Templates

Program Governance Circular PowerPoint Template

  • The circular design of this template divides the circle into 3 components: Resource Management, Program Management, and Project Management.
  • Program governance can appear complicated, but the template makes it easier to explain all its elements in an organized way.
  • The template can be used to present the overall structure of project governance to stakeholders or team members.
  • This template provides the project brief and milestones to help you better understand your project.
  • The template helps project managers and stakeholders better understand the project’s key aspects, enabling better decision-making and planning.
  • It can be used for post-project evaluations, progress reports, and project status updates.

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  • This template examines how a project progresses over time and evaluates how it compares to the project plan.
  • The deck promotes informed decision-making by providing crucial information in a simplified manner.
  • The deck is used in project review meetings to present the project’s current status.
  • Project managers can use the deck to present progress and achievements to clients.
  • This template helps you systematically present every portion of the project closure process.
  • This presentation template has various segments like project background, RAG status , learnings, and administrative checklist.
  • The template can also be utilized to showcase the execution of a project.

Isometric Office Working PowerPoint Template

  • The template presents 3D visuals of an office environment to create a visually appealing and engaging look.
  • The template can be used for various purposes, such as team meetings, training sessions, or any other corporate meeting, making it one of the best PPT templates for project presentations.

With the help of these templates, you can enhance the overall project presentation outlook without compromising on the key details and objectives. You can also choose to browse from our wide range of Project Management templates for PowerPoint and Google Slides to boost your visual appeal.

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Presentation Tips for Project Management Presentations

The following advice will help you succeed in your upcoming project management presentation:

  • It’s usually a good practice to arrive early for your presentation.
  • Organize your speech and slides as a brief introduction must outline the presentation’s goals and purposes. 
  • Make it interactive with the help of icons, animations and visual graphics.
  • Spend more time on the topics that your audience may find most relevant.
  • Before diving into the presentation, take a quick glance at your audience, know their roles, why they are there and how they will benefit with your presentation. 
  • Keep your slides minimalistic and avoid information stuffing in a single slide. 

Project managers and team leaders need project management presentations to communicate and manage projects effectively in any professional meeting. SlideUpLift comes to the rescue when it comes to the best PPT templates for project presentations. 

We have excellent Project Management PowerPoint templates available, from project initiation to its closing, specially designed to meet the demands of project managers and professionals. In addition to this, in case you need any professional support with customization, we also offer custom-slides services on the basis of client’s specific needs and requirements.

Where can I find the best PPT templates for free download for project presentations?

 SlideUpLift offers the best PPT templates for project presentations. You can easily browse the free templates and download them in just a few clicks.

What are the elements I need to use to present a Project Management presentation?

 You need to include the following elements in your Project Management presentations:

  • Project Planning & Strategies
  • Project Roadmaps and Project Timelines
  • Project Dashboards
  • Performance metrics, reviews and evaluation  
  • Project closure 

Are the templates customizable?

 Yes! All the best PowerPoint templates for project presentation provided by SlideUpLift are fully customizable, which allows you to change font, colors, and alignment as per your needs.

Do I need any design skills to use the templates?

Not at all! Regardless of design experience, anyone can alter the SlideUpLift templates since they are user-friendly and simple to use.

In what industries can I use the Project Management presentation templates?

 We provide a wide selection of project management presentation templates which can be used in various industries, including marketing , finance , technology , education , and more.

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Management Presentation: 8 Tips, Examples & a Template

In a corporate context, presenting works wonders for a career. Most professionals get exposure to presenting to informed colleagues and department managers. It’s an ideal way to get visibility and show value. But a management presentation to senior executives who aren’t familiar department nuances is a different ballgame.

A management presentation is a high-level summary to senior executive that optimizes reports to include only the details relevant to directorial decisions . They are notoriously difficult to navigate for two reasons: 1. most executives do not have working knowledge of the nuances in each department , 2. presenters rarely have time to understand executives’ preferences .

More than anything else, good management presenters learn how to strike a balance in the degree of detail: they provide enough detail so executives make informed decisions, but not so much detail that they cause confusion.

This article explores how to make a good management presentations in PowerPoint using 4 management presenting best practices , 4 management presenting techniques , providing examples for each, and finishing with a management presentation template you can apply in real life. You can use it as a jumping off point for deeper communication curriculum .

5 management presenting best practices are:

  • Ask what managers prefer ahead of time.
  • Have 1 message, and 1 message Only.
  • The only words should be “Thought Starters.”
  • Keep it short.
  • Practice 7 times in advance.

4 management presenting techniques are:

  • Use a CSP model – Challenge, Solution, Progress.
  • Begin with a summary of exactly 3 points.
  • Use only these 3 chart types: bar, line, scatter.
  • Design slides with the company logo.

I will use a financial analyst perspective in this article, but everything here applies to data and business analysts as well.

Ask Executives Their Preference Ahead of Time

If you’ve ever taken a class on presentation techniques, you’ve heard the old adage “know your audience.” It’s true, the best way to deliver a great presentation is to align your message with what your audience already understands. The same applies to a management presentation.

The challenge is that, more often than not, executives are too busy for you to get to know them well. This means you hardly get the chance to understand how they like presentations. So what can you do? Well, ask them! There’s no harm in sending an email to understand better. And what’s more, once you know, you can always defer to their preferences in the future.

For a financial management presentation, common questions to ask include the following:

  • Do you prefer to see raw data, or only visualizations?
  • Do you prefer charts or table summaries?
  • Would you like a written explanation on paper for each slide?
  • Do you like averages alone, or do you prefer means, or standard deviation?
  • What interests you most in a presentation?

If you gather some helpful insights, then your presentation will be that much better. That said, you may not get a response, or it may be quick and not insightful. But most senior executives will appreciate you asking .

The best part is you will be able to surprise them. Using the best practices and techniques below, in additional to any insights gathered form your email, will work wonders for you.

Have 1 Message, and 1 Message Only

The easiest mistake to make on a management presentation is trying to deliver multiple messages. Senior executives go through loads of meetings every day, and each meeting they have includes a wave of information. Your mission should be to deliver 1 essential message so they can easily understand and compartmentalize it.

This is no easy task. When I try to narrow down the focus of my management presentation message, it seems like I leave out critical information along the way. The key is to tell a story to incorporate critical information as part of a story towards the essential message.

For example, imagine you work for a wholesale watch company called Batch Watch . You want to explain a financing operation in which the company has the option of two loans to fund the initial costs of 10,000 watches. These loans have different interest rates and maturity dates. Loan A is better if the company expects to sell the watches within 3 months, while Loan B is better if the company expects to sell over more than 3 months. Each has cancellation fees and cash flow impacts.

Instead of showing the cancellation fees and cash flow impact of the each loan, all you need to say is “ we expect the company to sell them within 3 months, and we recommend loan A for that reason.” If the executives disagree on the sale timeline, they will ask for more information.

This is how you keep senior executives engaged, by integrating them in the story you tell. Ultimately, the essential message of your presentation should be how much profit the company will make from the watch funding operation. Senior executives should leave feeling like the project is in good hands with you, and they only feel that way when you tell a story around the essential message .

Whatever the Message, Use Data

Whatever message you want to send, it needs to be backed up by data. In the example above the data was financial, but it’s not always that simple. Context may require you to provide KPIs and perform extensive data analysis that culminates in a small output that your viewers can easily digest.

You need to be strong with data to deliver a good management presentation. To get started or refresh your memory, you can read AnalystAnswers’ free Intro to Data Analysis eBook .

The Only Words Should be “Thought Starters”

As a general presentation principle, you should not write many thoughts down on presentation slides. Words have two negative impacts on the audience: they demand energy from the reader, and they make the reader feel compelled to read, lest they misunderstand.

If you can avoid putting text blocks altogether, do. If you don’t need any writing at all, don’t. However, if you need guidance as you speak or want to provide reminders for a later data, use “Thought Starters.”

Thought starters are phrases of 3 words maximum that contain ideas leading to the essential message. People often call them “bullet points,” which is common for list-style thought starters. Personally, I prefer to place thought starters at different places on a slide. When I use a chart, for example, I put thought starters at relevant places on the slide.

Keep it Short

Your presentation should never consume more than 80% of the allotted timeframe. This means that if you plan a 5 minutes meeting, deliver the presentation in 4 minutes. If you’re given 30 minutes, do it in 25 minutes. If you have 1 hour, do it in 45 minutes.

By keeping the presentation short, you relieve the audience and you allow for some question buffer. Have you ever sat in a meeting planned for 1 hour, and at 45m it ends early? It’s a pleasure for everyone. Most of us feel like we’re running behind — when you put us ahead of schedule, we love you!

At the same time, senior executives may bombard you with questions throughout the presentation. If you planned to fill the whole timeframe, you won’t finish. But if you planned to finish early, you still have a chance.

And if you use the rest of these best practices and techniques, those senior executives shouldn’t need to ask too many questions!

Practice 7 Times in Advance

There’s a mix of opinions on the number of times you should rehearse a presentation before doing it live, but most people agree that it’s somewhere between 5 and 10 times. If you take nothing else from this article, take this. To deliver a good presentation, prepare excellent slides; to deliver a great presentation, practice presenting them 7 times.

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But just practicing isn’t enough, there are a few criteria you must meet:

  • Practice in the room you will present in. There’s something about envisioning yourself live that really makes a difference. When you practice in a space other that where you’ll present, it’s good. But when you practice in the “live” room, you’re able to sensitize yourself to the environment, which calms nerves so you can focus on the message.
  • Have an audience. We all behave differently when there’s stimulus of other people around. Whenever possible, get one or two people to whom you can present. In addition to getting used to having an audience, you’ll also get some feedback.
  • Use the same volume of voice. When we’re not “live,” we have a tendency to hold back on our voice. This is detrimental to the presentation because you feel taken off guard by your own voice. Make sure to envision yourself in front of the senior execs when you practice.

Best Practices Recap

We’ve addressed 5 best practices — now let’s turn our attention to 4 specific techniques you can easily implement. And when you do, that work wonders for management presenting.

Use a CSP Model (Challenge, Solution, Progress)

Every presentation needs structure, but it’s easy to forget that we need to guide our audience. A great way to structure management reports is using the CSP model. CSP stands for Challenge, Solution, Progress, and it’s exactly what it sounds like.

You need to explain the challenge or goal, explain what the solution to the challenge is (or how to achieve the goal), and show where you are in the steps to completing that goal.

For example, let’s look at our Batch Watch case. Imagine you need to find funding for a new product launch — $100,000 to be exact. A sample CSP model for this would be a slide that shows:

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By using the CSP model, you guide the audience. However, it’s important to note that the CSP model is not a summary . It’s an overview of the process, but a summary should always come before. Let’s talk about it now.

Begin with a Summary of Exactly 3 Points

Any good presentation begins with a summary. And a good summary communicates the essential message simply in 3 points. However, the summary is not the same thing as the CSP model. Instead, it provides an alternative view on the challenge and and solution.

For example, using our Batch Watch case of funding a new product, you could address a summary in the following way:

  • Challenge, Solution, Progress
  • Funding acquisition
  • Project Timeline

This provides additional details that are most relevant to the project and carry added value to the CSP model.

Use only Bar Charts (aka Column Charts), Line Graphs, and Scatter Plots

Whether it’s for data, financial, and business analyst topics , management presentations should only ever have bar charts, line graphs, and scatter plots. They are common, rich in information, and well understood. Any other kind of graph is distracting more than anything else.

A bar graph is useful when you want to compare like variables. For example, if you want to show the average size of Canadian trout versus American trout. A common mistake, though, is to use bar graphs to show change over time. While it’s not incorrect to do so, line graphs are better for this purpose.

A line graph is useful when you want to show change in one variable over time (we call this time series data). For example, if you want to show the progression of revenues over time, line graphs are the perfect way to do so.

A scatter plot is best when you want to compare a set of observations of one variable to a set of observations of another. It’s the ideal way to quickly visualize the relationship between two variables. For example, if you want to see how company revenues compare to GDP, you could use a scatter plot like this:

For example, let’s look at our Batch Watch case. If we want to see how our company is performing compared to the economy as a whole, we could use this scatter plot. As you can see, we have a positive (bottom left to top right) relationship, but a weak one (points not clustered closely).

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Design Slides Using the Company Logo

When you’re presenting to senior executives, you want your slides to look professional. The best way to do that is by putting your company logo on them, including any corporate design standards (colors, fonts, etc). Show through your presentation that you belong to the same company, and that you’re in it in spirit. For example, let’s add the AnalystAnswers.com logo to our CSP slide:

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Techniques Recap

Here’s a sample management presentation template below. I hope you understand after reading this article that management presentation is more about your delivery than it is about the slides you prepare.

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While the techniques we’ve discussed will help you build a good presentation, your success really depends on how well you deliver the ideas needed to help senior executives make decisions. At the end of the day, it’s all about balance.

If you only remember two things from this article, remember that great management presenters give enough detail to inform senior executive but not too much that they cause confusion, and great management presenters make sure they do so by practicing 7 times in advance. You’ll have to practice, practice, practice.

About the Author

Noah is the founder & Editor-in-Chief at AnalystAnswers. He is a transatlantic professional and entrepreneur with 5+ years of corporate finance and data analytics experience, as well as 3+ years in consumer financial products and business software. He started AnalystAnswers to provide aspiring professionals with accessible explanations of otherwise dense finance and data concepts. Noah believes everyone can benefit from an analytical mindset in growing digital world. When he's not busy at work, Noah likes to explore new European cities, exercise, and spend time with friends and family.

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How bad is your presentation management?  It might seem like a pretty direct question, but few of us really know what presentations management is actually about. Let alone how to be any good at it.

Most of us can relate to a plethora of presentations floating around on memory sticks, shared drives, various cloud services, and of course on our trusty desktops. But it’s exactly this organisational ‘system’ which causes us problems when we try to find the best presentation we made a few years back, and our colleagues problems when they promise to send us slides from the last company conference.

Sound familiar? Without having a place where business presentations can go to rest once they’ve been shown off, we’re creating a repetitive work culture. With teams having to re-create the essence of a good slide they saw a while ago. Rather than being able to simply find the slide and repurpose it.

This also carries through to other parts of presentations. Approved logos, fonts and colors fly around without expiry dates and are subject to misuse by well meaning employees who for example, have just returned from their holiday. This makes presentations far more difficult to manage. As not having one place for up to date information means that employees often just use the first thing they find. Presentation management is a way to solve all of these problems, and more.

What is Presentation Management?

Presentation management is a way of structuring how presentations are made, stored, and shared in teams. It is user focused, and ensures that presentations live in a secure and defined place in a company which is super easy to navigate. Some organizations also use this as a place to keep their best presentations, pitch decks, and templates.

On the whole, presentation management for businesses means giving proper thought to three areas:

1. Quantity of Presentations

Storing presentations in a way which is practical and useful to those making them. Dealing with many presentations means having searchable functions such as tagging, or other structures to make it easy to find files in the future.

2. Quality of Presentations

Creating a high level of quality for all presentations in the future. Ensure that all of the materials and guides needed for employees to make the best presentations are in one easy to find place. That way, spontaneous uses of ‘creative license’ can be avoided.

3. Making full use of Previous Presentations

Properly making use of each business presentation ensures that productivity is at its peak, brand guidelines are kept clear, and time is not wasted correcting mistakes, or repeating the same content. This may include keeping centralised presentations for certain events such as health and safety procedures, onboarding new employees, or researching for future presentations.

Getting the most out of presentations can make a big difference in the day to day workings of teams, and can take the place of many external agencies, from new onboarding courses to freelancers who need to know what the company is about, quickly.

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We all know that finding a presentation that we haven’t cleverly stored on our desktop is a hassle, and trying to find a particular slide can be even worse. It takes up a lot of time opening each presentation we come across to see if it’s in there. But there are numerous ways to combat presentation frustration and locate your whole team’s presentations easily. From company conferences to investor reports, keeping everything in a logical order can make everything much simpler for everyone involved with the right presentation management.

Although finding the best presentation software out there may be on some peoples minds, presentation management doesn’t mean downloading a new program and investing in learning how to use a new piece of software. It can be simple.

Some companies create folders on their shared drives for people to upload their presentations, and make their teams aware of any changes via email. For example – Shared Drive >> Presentation >> Marketing >> Reports >> 2018 >> May

This is probably the simplest way of coming up with a system in which to store your presentations. But is also one of the easiest to have ignored or messed up.

If you believe that using folders is the best route to go down with storing your presentations, try delegating control in certain departments to one individual. By doing so, you shift the responsibility to one employee, who the rest of the team know will be checking up on them with their presentation management.

Some who use folders also make sure to name their presentations with very long titles, so that they’re easier to find later through the search function. For example, instead of twitter-report-2018.ppt changing it to twitter-report-2018-q1-user insights-statistics-RT-likes-mentions-demographics.ppt

Some people don’t like to separate their presentations from other files, because it makes sense to work project by project, or theme by theme. For these teams, having a presentation space for everyone to use might not be the best option. Instead, zipping up files every month may be the right way to handle things.

This is a great presentation management solution for those who want to keep all of their files locally on their computer and also want to be able to save on space.

Given the recent rise of Slack, many people now us it as their go to for information sharing. Whether that’s presentation slides or logo formats, Slack has turned into the hip new storage unit.

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However, the search function on slack can leave much to be desired. With problems such as searching for a particular report resulting in either getting a thousand results or none. Seldom in between.

But, there are better ways to use slack for your files. One of which is to send important presentations to yourself in a personal message. Another way would be to set up a #presentations-2018 channel for everyone to upload their presentations to. This makes it easier to search, as Slack allows you to search inside specific channels with the in: command.

Having a natural place where every presentation is stored can bring value to some teams. Not having to search around for a memory stick, or worry about corrupted files can take an extra layer off the unnecessary stress that comes with certain presentations. In most cloud platforms, the ability to share PowerPoints with colleagues or departments is also a great asset, meaning that information can be easily shared, but still with elements of privacy if needed.

Another good use of cloud services regarding business presentations is to keep a folder of all the company templates which are up to date. This allows for an element of control for the design team in presentation management, and also a way to keep everyone on the right page.

But not every cloud has a silver lining. Some people feel that uploading presentations to cloud services isn’t secure enough, or company policy dictates that there is no cloud approved server. Leaving individuals having to look elsewhere.

Multiple Platforms

Using lots of different platforms is another method which is commonly used by businesses. It’s often favoured by those who have trouble with business presentations from different departments being mixed up. For some this method works well as it stops files being confused with others, updated or deleted. It also allows teams to designate someone to be in charge of each platform without having to take on the responsibility of everything.

However, for some teams this can cause a lack of accountability, and increase the chances of not storing their presentations where they should be.

Email Presentations to Yourself

Perhaps one of the most common ‘storage’ system out there – email. Sending presentations to yourself by email is a common trick used by many individuals who want to save on hard disk space without using a cloud platform.

To make the most of this technique, you can easily ‘tag’ your emails by writing all they key words which may one day help you to find that presentation again.

For instance, if you’re sending a marketing report from your latest twitter campaign in an attachment, your email may read ‘Twitter, Social Media, Report, Q1 2018, Presentation etc. ’ But remember that although this may work for individuals with a few presentations, there is no ability for you to view all of your presentations side by side for comparison, or use presentation management for teams.

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Using presentation management also means keeping up a high standard of quality with all your business presentations. This can be made easier by knowing a few tricks of the trade, and working out what would be appropriate to you, your team and your company as a whole. Creating a mix of the solutions below or sticking to one rigid system can be the right solution, depending on the your company, and your needs.

Corporate Templates

Corporate slides are a common sight in business, regardless of the industry. They are used by companies to keep brand guidelines tight, and to ensure that each presentation is kept in a similar style across the company.

They are normally a set of PowerPoint slides with the company colors, fonts and logos built in as standard to every business presentation. All intended to be used by employees across every department. In some companies, these are updated every quarter. In others, only every few years. But regardless of when they are updated, slide templates are rigid, tricky to fit graphs over, and restrictive of color schemes. However, they do the job. So for some companies who don’t make many presentations, corporate templates do the basic task of keeping branding in there somewhere, without much fuss over the specifics of presentation management.

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Presentation templates are usually a set of 30-50 sides which have many different formats. From charts to data, and processes to a who’s who of team members. Creating well formatted sides can be difficult to create from scratch, so having something to work from with an appropriate, and Keynote or PowerPoint friendly design can be a great asset when weighing up the right presentation management solution.

Although individuals may find benefit in having such presentation templates stored on their desktop, being able to cut and paste slides wherever and whenever necessary, this is not a sustainable solution for large teams who consistently need slides for various purposes.

However, if you’re the only person creating presentations in your company, you might want to take a look at Improve Presentation for hundreds of fully editable pitch decks.

Management Systems

Some organisations choose to document every presentation, file, picture etc. in one place. Allowing desktop space to be freed, and data to be updated continuously. This empowers companies who struggle with keeping employees aware of updates to make sure everyone is using the latest data. Whilst also ensuring they are making good quality presentations with the right information.

In keeping a management system active for all company data which is intended to be shared, companies usually choose from DMS, CMS or ECM depending on their needs. These management systems vary by the needs of the company. From ECM systems, which concentrate on extensive documentation, delivery, managing and storing, to DMS which acts more like a filing cabinet for slides, allowing for individuals to quickly locate files in a more organized system than available locally on drives.

If you need to store more than presentations in a logical way, presentation management can be incorporated into such systems easily instead of using the best presentation software which will only help with part of the problem.

PowerPoint Version Control

PowerPoint version control is a function often overlooked by companies who rely on PowerPoint for their presentation making. It’s a way for employees to keep one master version of a presentation. Instead of having many of the revisions take up space, and potentially cause problems when presenting the most recent updates of data. Employees can use PowerPoint version control to send their business presentations for review, whilst still keeping the original. Or, they can send it to co-workers for edits, all the while having the clean master version.

Simply open the original presentation, then click review >> compare and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the merging process between PowerPoint files.

Presentation People

Keeping track of the quality of presentations can also be measured by an element found in every office – people. Presentation people, or as they’re less fondly known if they do a bad job – ‘presentation police’, can work to ensure employees know that the quality and style of every presentation must always be kept on point.

Some businesses opt for having presentations scored, but that doesn’t work for all teams. Others work on a system of rewards or bonuses for quality presentations, or their own system which has proved efficient before.

Another way companies keep presentations manageable is to designate different members to certain types of business presentations. For example, having John in charge of ensuring that all financial reports are presented with up to date information, whilst Sarah is charged with keeping client reporting up to scratch.

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Using presentations to their full potential can cause some serious ‘ Ah ha! ’ moments in some offices. This is mostly because presentations are not really anyone’s favorite thing to do, and the idea of using PowerPoint for another purpose may seem ridiculous. And that’s before even considering the problems of trying to actually locate presentation files.

But once the quality of presentations is improved, the other uses of presentations become clearer. From on boarding new employees, to researching for the next investor update, presentations can be a great way to get a current handle of what is going on in the company.

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Managers and Presentation Management

Management can often find presentation organization a little daunting. There are so many business presentations made everyday, that coming up with a universal solution can seem difficult. And no-one wants to be seen as unofficial branding police for presentation management. Many managers face the presentation decision that perhaps having a good office atmosphere is worth taking the responsibility for the odd bad presentation.

But not all managers find this a difficult decision. Many also ensure that their team are always up to date with the presentation content. But the price to pay is that they are investing time which they could spend working on other projects, instead of presentation management.

Managers can also become a key focus point for presentation related questions, as they often watch most of the presentations themselves, and can act as a good knowledge base of where to start looking for the right information.

Best Presentations

Companies must have a set of best in class presentations for employees to aim for. If your team have no idea what to work towards, creative licenses will be used not only in the presentations themselves, but also in where they store them. If your team don’t have a location where your business templates or other presentation materials are kept, you’re missing a trick, and you’re likely to be causing an organizational mess. Although finding the best presentation software out there is the right answer for some, it’s also possible that you just need to find the right storage method for your PowerPoints.

Having a place where you show best practises also serves another purpose. It allows departments to give praise to certain employees, whilst also encouraging others to look up to them for great presentation skills. Keeping your best-in class presentations clear is a must for all companies, both large and small if you want to get employees presenting perfectly.

Catching up Employees

Catching up employees is also a common problem in some companies. From annual leave to unexpected absences, getting everyone on the same page at the same time can be hard. Some businesses use the PowerPoints created since the employee has been away as an audio visual tool for the explanation of events. This allows companies to not skip any changes and not have to spend a morning attempting to recollect events.

By having an upload point for your presentations, catching up those who have been away can become a much simpler process. Whilst also making it easier for the individuals themselves to remember all the events which have happened. Best of all, this would come at no extra cost chasing down presentations, or time wasted having to remember everything that has happened.

Keeping all your Presentations in one Place

Having your presentations easily accessible is great, but what about individual slides? Keeping individual slides for charts, quotes, maps and everything else your team might need is pretty much impossible to do on your own.

But, we have come up with a solution for that problem – google images for presentation slides. In fact an entire library of company branded slides on an online platform for you and your team to access 24/7.

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It’s called SlideCamp , and it’s where managers have control over every presentation, which means being able to oversee that quality, quantity and proper use of presentations is always being handed well.

1. Quantity

The quantity of presentations in any team builds up over time, or can come crashing down like an avalanche when a company conference comes up. SlideCamp comes with an upload and search function, which doesn’t just allow you to search the title and tags of every presentation, but also the content within each individual slide. Permissions and sharing features are also available to ensure that the quantity of presentations can be kept under control. Whilst newly created presentations can live in one online location, rather than in many across the company.

Teams often struggle with keeping the quality of presentations the same across the board. With employees each having a different individual take on what the company branded template should really look like. But by using SlideCamp’s slide library the quality of presentations will stay at the same professional level. Creative employees will be able to display information in different ways rather than go off brand, and any new need of creativity can be channeled by simply requesting a new slide template from us.

Repurposing presentations for different functions is also important to managing presentations properly. SlideCamp enables you and your team to share links to your presentations instead of having files clog up your company computers with many versions of the same thing. At the same time managers are also in a much better position to proofread presentations before they are made, catch-up employees who have been away, and give a boost to productivity when lost time in presentation design is no longer an issue amongst their team.

Making presentations manageable will have different solutions for different teams. But by putting aside a little time to consider quantity, quality and proper use of presentation slides, you’re sure to improve your presentation process for your whole company.

Problem: We have too many presentation files flying around everywhere, with no sustainable organizational solution in sight.

Solution: Addressing quality, quantity, and making full use of every presentation results in using presentation management to sort everything out. From zipping up files to cloud services, and presentation police to Slack, this article explores the various ways other businesses out there make their presentations manageable.

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Project managers can be considered the parents of professional projects. They coordinate with internal and external teams to ensure deliverables are transported on time and under budget. They’re flexible but hold high expectations and aren’t afraid to put their foot down if someone is slacking or falling behind on their assignments.

Project managers are exceptional communicators and multitaskers, constantly assessing risks, establishing budgets and meeting deadlines — all while maintaining the utmost professionalism no matter the inevitable and unexpected hurdles that arise throughout the project lifecycle.

If you’re looking for a parent for your next project — and you wouldn’t be reading this article if you weren’t — let’s cover the basics of what makes for an exceptional project manager job description .

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What Does a Project Manager Do?

Project managers are responsible for coordinating and executing professional projects. This role generally requires a few years of experience alongside a bachelor’s degree in business, customer success, marketing, English, communications, journalism or technology or the equivalent in professional experience.

Project managers can be found across industries and markets and may be employed for the duration of a project or full-time for ongoing projects. As they advance in their role, project managers may be responsible for onboarding, training and mentoring new hires. The career path of a project manager may lead them into a role as a program director, a senior manager or even the C-suite.

What Is a Project Manager?

As an ambassador for your company and team, project managers must maintain the utmost professionalism and transparency throughout the entire project lifecycle to build client relationships and maintain trust.

Project managers typically utilize dedicated technology to stay organized, and while there is an endless supply of project management tools available, there are a few common offerings to be aware of when talking with candidates.

  • Google Apps

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As with any role, project managers must possess certain abilities to succeed, and it starts with exceptional communication skills . Because they work with a variety of people both internally and externally, they need to know how to keep everyone informed of deadlines and adjustments. This includes regular check-ins, documenting scope change, sharing updates and tracking progress.

Project managers must also be able to adequately gauge project requirements in order to provide their team with the necessary time and resources. Setting a project’s budget is not easy, so many companies look for experienced candidates to fill project manager positions.

Finally, project managers must be masters of risk assessment. This role is incredibly dynamic, and when issues arise — as they inevitably do with any project — they need the confidence and decisiveness to make adjustments on the fly.

Top Project Manager Skills

  • Effective and efficient communication.
  • Able to work with a variety of people.
  • Can gauge project requirements to budget time and resources.
  • Risk assessment.
  • Decisiveness and confidence in their decision-making.

There’s an essential and often debated topic that needs to be covered — including the salary information on your job description . In the end, it comes down to two options. 

  • Option 1: Remain transparent from the get-go and provide salary before you and the candidate invest time and resources into the hiring process.
  • Option 2: Wait several weeks or even months until you’ve narrowed down the ideal candidate and offered them the position only to find out that your salary does not align with their expectations.

In the event that you chose option one — the wise and clear choice — we’ve included the average salary information for project managers in six of the top employment markets nationwide. Feel free to further your research by clicking on the links below.

  • Boston : $95,633
  • Chicago : $95,732
  • Colorado : $93,884
  • Los Angeles : $102,585
  • New York : $97,405
  • Seattle : $104,061

Average salary in the United States for a project manager: $93,245.

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There are a range of responsibilities and requirements common among project managers. Here’s a template we’ve created that you can alter as much as you’d like to reflect your specific role and company. Be sure to include a splash of your unique culture and personality to make it stand out from other project manager job descriptions.

Company Bio

Use this section to provide a high-level overview of your company, culture, perks and benefits, career development opportunities and anything else that will get candidates excited about your company.


  • Define project timeline, draft proposals, establish budgets and maintain project documentation throughout project lifecycle.
  • Coordinate between internal teams and external resources, communicating guidelines and deadlines clearly, effectively and consistently.
  • Assess risk throughout project lifecycle and anticipate internal, external and client needs and readily implement issue resolution with project stakeholders.
  • Coordinate among internal teams to delegate and prioritize tasks and conduct status updates and check-ins with individual team members to ensure completion of tasks.
  • Provide regular project status check-ins, progress tracking and updates on deliverables with internal teams, external resources, clients and stakeholders.
  • Manage client relationship throughout project lifecycle and uphold high standards for individual contributors, holding everyone accountable for their deadlines.
  • Partner with internal teams, including Sales, Marketing, Engineering, Customer Success and Consulting teams.
  • Support new team members with onboarding, mentoring, planning, budgeting, implementation and consistency with messaging, tone and overall quality control.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Technology, English, Communications or Journalism or the equivalent in experience.
  • X years of project management experience in the [insert industry].
  • Experience managing scheduling platform, like [insert platform].
  • Strong written, verbal, presentation and overall communication skills.
  • Excellent multitasker able to work both independently and on a team.
  • Prior experience managing a team.
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) or Certified ScrumMaster®(CSM®) certified a plus.

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Five Project Manager Job Description Examples

Now we’re going to dive a bit deeper with a few real examples of project manager job descriptions that we’ve sourced from our online communities .

You’ll notice that we’ve redacted some information to maintain the privacy of the companies that originally posted them.

1. Project Manager With Software Experience

Are you an experienced Project Manager ready to make a real impact at a fast-moving organization? The role of the Project Manager is to coordinate and execute all aspects of all concurrent projects, from the concept stage to its successful completion. This includes generating project documentation, creating/tracking tasks and workflows, managing priorities and requests, managing risks and impact, providing project support/direction and maintaining a master schedule of all projects and activities.

The Project Manager will also be required to create and maintain clear channels of communication with both internal and external stakeholders. The goal of the Project Manager is to ensure that the project is delivered on time and within budget while maintaining a high level of quality.

What You’ll Do:

  • Partner, support and collaborate with management in designing, implementing, evaluating and managing assigned projects.
  • Proactively supervise and implement project plan to ensure project is on-schedule and on-budget.
  • Coordinate internal and external resources to meet project requirements, as defined by the project scope.
  • Define and mitigate overall project risk through conflict and issue resolution with the project team and stakeholders.
  • Keep stakeholders informed of project status and deliverables, as well as risk and mitigation strategies.
  • Be accountable for project results of staying on-budget, on-schedule, and meet or exceed expectations.
  • Convert requirements into tasks and determine task priorities for individual team members and the project as a whole.
  • Ability to create and edit project documents, materials, and presentations.

Who You Are:

  • BA/BS degree or equivalent practical experience
  • 3 - 5+ years of progressively responsible experience in [redacted] or project management
  • Experience managing Kanban, Scrum, and other project types
  • Experience working with Atlassian’s JIRA, Confluence, and Google Apps
  • Ideal candidate is enthusiastic, willing to identify disorganization and bring the right partners together to drive clarity of purpose
  • Experience working in business systems such as Salesforce and NetSuite is a plus. [redacted] experience a plus
  • You enjoy providing mentorship, learning, and being collaborative in cross-functional teams. You seek perpetual growth

2. Client Relationship Project Manager

[redacted] is seeking an experienced Project Manager familiar with [redacted] to join our growing [redacted] team as a Project Manager in one of our corporate offices. The Project Manager (YOU!) takes the lead in ensuring project success from the point the project starts through to completion.

The Project Manager proactively and professionally manages the client relationship and helps guide the client through their [redacted] projects with the [redacted] team. This is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to join an exceptional group of professionals dedicated to exceeding customer expectations in the management of complex projects and delivery of effective sales and use tax compliance projects.

Job Duties:

  • Responsible for the overall planning, direction, coordination, execution, control and completion of assigned projects.
  • Assist in the definition of project scope and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring that clients’ expectations are in-line with project service scope.
  • Develop and deliver to customers a detailed project plan to monitor and track progress.
  • Actively monitor client projects and solve problems to keep projects moving forward. Report and escalate issues as needed.
  • Leverage strong analytical expertise to fulfill jurisdictional requirements.
  • Successfully manage the relationship with the client, [redacted] team, internal and external [redacted] partners, and all stakeholders.
  • Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation.
  • Work strategically and independently with internal and external groups on multiple simultaneous projects.
  • Assist internal team members with developing and enhancing process procedures.
  • Support the sales and account management teams in selling [redacted].
  • Perform other tasks as assigned.

Qualifications (absolute must haves walking in the door):

  • Strong ability to understand and conceptualize [redacted].
  • Experience working with clients at all organizational levels with a high degree of professionalism and business acumen.
  • Strong ability to articulate process logic and technical concepts including building and delivery of technical presentations.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills are required with a demonstrated ability to work with cross-functional teams.
  • Teamwork-oriented with a strong focus on customer satisfaction and business development.
  • Ability to think strategically, solve problems effectively and tenaciously follow-through to ensure client success.
  • Results-oriented with strong people and time management skills, highly organized, motivated and driven to succeed.

3. Digital Marketing Project Manager

[redacted] is seeking an experienced Project Manager to manage the fulfillment and delivery of holistic digital marketing solutions for [redacted]. This individual should be comfortable managing multiple projects in parallel and ensuring product scope aligns with client objectives. An ideal candidate will be familiar with the various components of [redacted] and understand how each component contributes to [redacted].


  • Work with a wide range of clients/industries to manage campaigns with project components across multiple teams (Sales, Solution Architects, Digital Marketing Services)
  • Collaborate with sales, marketing and strategy teams to define deliverables and effectively manage client expectations
  • Guide appropriate team members through onboarding, planning, implementation, quality control and launch phases for each client/project; working with stakeholders to define functional and technical requirements
  • Manage client calendars, project budgets, product scope and various work assignments
  • Deliver regular status reports to management and clients
  • Effectively communicate and manage expectations of internal and external stakeholders throughout the project lifecycle; overseeing all client communication as it applies to the project
  • Manage [redacted] Social Media programs
  • Fosters a positive working relationship with advertisers, agencies, sales and operations teams
  • Develop expertise in CRM, Adit, AX, SharePoint, SAVO, Basecamp and other software or other tools [redacted]


  • BA/BS with a focus in business, marketing, or technology; MBA preferred
  • 5+ years of project management experience with a minimum of 1 year managing [redacted]
  • PMP and/or CSM certification preferred
  • Understanding of native business and content space
  • Experience managing medium to large projects [redacted]
  • Knowledge of paid social media; experience running paid campaigns is preferred
  • Candidate must be highly motivated, proactive, organized and have the ability to manage concurrent projects and interface with external clients in a fast-paced environment with a high level of accuracy
  • Candidate must possess excellent leadership, organization, communication and time management skills

4. Technical Project Manager

Our ideal candidate is a [redacted] with a sense of humor, who can quickly learn new technology and ensure smooth implementation of customizable frameworks. If you’re a hyper organized go-getter with an uncanny ability to ‘talk tech’ with non-technical folks, we’re looking for you!

  • Work closely with our Engineering team to launch projects on time while exceeding client expectations
  • Clearly communicate complex technical concepts with non-technical client contacts
  • Stay one step ahead by anticipating clients’ needs, as well as the needs of internal teams
  • Manage a multitude of projects at once, ensuring that all details are gathered and clearly communicated
  • Review PSD files and ensure details and specs are in place for handoff to internal developers
  • QA initial development builds and effectively communicate required changes to engineering team
  • Manage timeline for development and communicate any changes proactively to clients to ensure successful project launches
  • You have 2+ years Technical Project Management or related experience
  • You have a high-level understanding of how the web works (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc.)
  • You’re a master at meeting deadlines and thrive when handling multiple projects at once
  • You’re upbeat, friendly, and superb at managing clients, particularly in high pressure situations
  • You’re incredibly organized, detail-oriented, process driven, and resilient
  • You’re self-motivated, enthusiastic, and independent with exceptional problem solving skills
  • You’re scrappy, think on your feet, get tech, and communicate effectively

5. Strategic and creative Project Manager

[redacted] team is looking for a [redacted] PM to join us as we expand our role from proposal writers to content creators and Project Managers. You will be responsible for evaluating inbound RFPs to determine whether to bid, helping ensure we are focused on providing exceptional partnership for strategic opportunities. The [redacted] PM will create draft proposals and provide project oversight including establishing timelines, coordinating and delegating assignments, and conducting status updates/check-ins with the response team.

The [redacted] PM is also responsible for contributing to the maintenance and expansion of [redacted], identifying areas for growth and creating new [redacted].

This position offers the opportunity to work in an exciting and dynamic environment, collaborate with a variety of departments, and combine technical knowledge developed on the job with creativity to produce professional materials for internal and external customers.

  • Perform intake and evaluation of submitted RFPs and Information Security questionnaires; work with cross-functional response teams to make go/no-go bid determination
  • Provide end-to-end project management for the response process; maintain clear and effective communication with stakeholders to clarify expectations, communicate roles and responsibilities, and ensure timely delivery of response
  • Generate draft proposals in response to customer requirements; work closely with cross-functional subject matter experts to complete all required proposal sections; edit to ensure grammatical and technical accuracy, as well as to ensure consistency of messaging, tone, voice, and brand throughout the proposal
  • Create Statements of Work and accompanying quotes for sales of [redacted]
  • Contribute to evolution of proposal strategy, including competitive analysis and win theme development
  • Develop and maintain a broad understanding of [redacted] complete portfolio of products and services

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience and 2 years of professional experience required; degree in English, Communications, Journalism, Marketing, or related field preferred
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational, time management, and project management skills
  • Ability to partner well with stakeholders across multiple internal functions, primarily Sales, Sales Engineering, and Consulting teams
  • Strong knowledge of MS Office required; experience with Salesforce is preferred
  • Ability to work well under pressure and manage multiple concurrent projects and deadlines
  • Eagerness and ability to learn

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Texas A&M AgriLife wildlife data included in global study

Research provides unprecedented insight into wildlife response during covid-19 lockdown.

April 17, 2024

Camera trap data collected by a Texas A&M AgriLife researcher contributed to one of the largest international studies on wildlife response to changes in human activity as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A white-tailed deer with velvet on its antlers walks through vegetation and looks toward the camera that was used to gather wildlife data

The study, published in Nature Ecology and Evolution , involved more than 220 researchers, 163 mammal species and over 5,000 camera traps worldwide. Its findings revealed that wildlife react differently to human activity, depending on where the animals live and their position in the food web.

Research born out of existing projects and partnerships

This far-reaching endeavor was made possible by Snapshot USA , a collaborative effort started in 2019 to sample mammal populations across the U.S. using camera traps, said Stephen Webb, Ph.D., Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute  research assistant professor in the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences  Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management , Bryan-College Station.

“Biologists realized the importance of bringing together the vast amount of information being collected from existing camera trap projects taking place across the country,” Webb said. “By joining this effort, participating researchers agreed their camera trap data could be used by other biologists to investigate and analyze wildlife behavior.”

The researchers knew this vast data set would help establish baselines for wildlife presence, abundance and distribution, but they had no way of knowing how valuable the shared information would be following the drastic changes in human activity during the pandemic, he said.  

COVID-19 ‘anthropause’ sees exceptional alteration in human activity

As activity-related restrictions were implemented across the globe in early 2020 to slow the spread of COVID-19 — a period of reduced human movement referred to by researchers as the “anthropause” — biologists saw an extraordinary opportunity for research.

“COVID-19 mobility restrictions gave researchers a unique opportunity to study how animals responded when the number of people sharing their landscape changed drastically over a relatively short period,” said Cole Burton, Ph.D., lead author of the study, associate professor of forest resources management at the University of British Columbia and Canada Research Chair in Terrestrial Mammal Conservation.

Researchers accessed data from 5,400 camera-trap locations, primarily in Europe and North America, and utilized a variety of analytical models to quantify variation in animal responses across sites based on species traits, landscape modification and other site characteristics. They also incorporated the level of documented change in human activity prior to, during and after pandemic travel restrictions.

Webb said this statistical combination of results from multiple studies is referred to as a meta-analysis.

Findings differ from popular anecdotes on animal response to lockdown

While popular news stories during pandemic lockdowns promoted the narrative of wildlife roaming free and nature “reclaiming” urban development, the study’s findings indicate wildlife response to human presence or absence is far more nuanced.

“We did not see an overall pattern of ‘wildlife running free’ while humans sheltered in place,” Burton said. “Rather, we saw great variation in activity patterns of people and wildlife, with the most striking trends being that animal responses depended on landscape conditions and their position in the food chain.”

The study showed larger herbivores like deer or moose tended to become more active when humans were present, while carnivores like wolves or wolverines were less active.

Animals such as deer or raccoons in urban areas that are accustomed to humans may become more active around people and access anthropomorphic resources, such as garbage or plants, at night. However, animals living farther from cities and other developed areas are more cautious of possible human encounters.

Webb said these findings make sense when one considers the baseline of human exposure an animal is accustomed to.

“If wildlife are exposed to higher levels of human activity, they’re going to behave differently because they’re habituated to humans and kind of know what to expect,” Webb said. “However, animals that are truly in the wild or more rural areas aren’t accustomed to human presence. You must consider what the baseline of human exposure is for the animal to understand how it might respond.”

Studies like this, which include such a large amount of data on diverse wildlife species located across various geographic areas, help scientists analyze the subtleties of wildlife behavior beyond broad generalizations, he said.

Separate research to investigate impact of habitat management on wildlife

Webb is also utilizing camera traps to investigate the impact of habitat management on wildlife at the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management’s La Copita Demonstration Ranch and Research Area west of Corpus Christi.

Established in 1981, the 2,726-acre ranch is planning a variety of management activities including cattle grazing, brush removal, prescribed fire, fence construction and more.

Camara traps located throughout the property will allow Webb and other Texas A&M AgriLife researchers to quantify how these activities affect the presence and abundance of a variety of wildlife.

While Webb will conduct his own independent research using the camera traps, the data will also be available to other researchers for additional studies.

“When researchers collaborate and share information like this, it’s a powerful tool to better understand how our actions and habitat management techniques affect wildlife,” Webb said. “In turn, that empowers us to make better management decisions to advance wildlife conservation.”

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What is Eid al-Fitr? 6 questions about the holiday and how Muslims celebrate it, answered

By Ken Chitwood

Updated on: April 9, 2024 / 8:03 AM EDT / The Conversation

Ken Chitwood  is a senior research fellow, Muslim Philanthropy Initiative at Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis and journalist-fellow at the Dornsife Center for Religion and Civic Culture at the  University of Southern California Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences .

Eid al-Fitr, one of Islam's principal festivals, will be celebrated April 9, 2024, according to the Fiqh Council of North America . At the middle of June, Muslims will celebrate Eid al-Adha. Ken Chitwood, a scholar of global Islam, explains the two Islamic festivals.

1. What is Eid?

Eid literally means a "festival" or "feast" in Arabic. There are two major eids in the Islamic calendar per year – Eid al-Fitr earlier in the year and Eid al-Adha later.

Eid al-Fitr is a three-day-long festival and is known as the "Lesser" or "Smaller Eid" when compared to Eid al-Adha, which is four days long and is known as the "Greater Eid."

Eid al-Fitr in Indonesia

2. Why is Eid celebrated twice a year?

The two Eids recognize, celebrate and recall two distinct events that are significant to the story of Islam.

Eid al-Fitr means "the feast of breaking the fast." The fast, in this instance, is Ramadan , which recalls the revealing of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad and requires Muslims to fast from sunrise to sundown for a month.

3. How do Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr?

Eid al-Fitr features two to three days of celebrations that include special morning prayers. People greet each other with "Eid Mubarak," meaning "Blessed Eid" and with formal embraces. Sweet dishes are prepared at home and gifts are given to children and to those in need. In addition, Muslims are encouraged to forgive and seek forgiveness. Practices vary from country to country.

In many countries with large Muslim populations, Eid al-Fitr is a national holiday. Schools, offices and businesses are closed so family, friends and neighbors can enjoy the celebrations together. In the U.S. and the U.K., Muslims may request to have the day off from school or work to travel or celebrate with family and friends.

In countries like Egypt and Pakistan, Muslims decorate their homes with lanterns, twinkling lights or flowers. Special food is prepared and friends and family are invited over to celebrate.


In places like Jordan, with its Muslim majority population, the days before Eid al-Fitr can see a rush at local malls and special "Ramadan markets" as people prepare to exchange gifts on Eid al-Fitr.

In Turkey and in places that were once part of the Ottoman-Turkish empire such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Azerbaijan and the Caucasus, it is also known as the, "Lesser Bayram" or "festival" in Turkish.

4. How do Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha?

The other festival, Eid al-Adha, is the "feast of the sacrifice." It comes at the end of the Hajj , an annual pilgrimage by millions of Muslims to the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia that is obligatory once in a lifetime, but only for those with means.

Eid al-Adha recalls the story of how God commanded Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Ismail as a test of faith. The story, as narrated in the Quran, describes Satan's attempt to tempt Ibrahim so he would disobey God's command. Ibrahim, however, remains unmoved and informs Ismail, who is willing to be sacrificed.

But, just as Ibrahim attempts to kill his son, God intervenes and a ram is sacrificed in place of Ismail. During Eid al-Adha, Muslims slaughter an animal to remember Ibrahim's sacrifice and remind themselves of the need to submit to the will of God.

5. When are they celebrated?

Eid al-Fitr is celebrated on the first day of the 10th month in the Islamic calendar.

Eid al-Adha is celebrated on the 10th day of the final month in the Islamic calendar.

The Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar, and dates are calculated based on lunar phases. Since the Islamic calendar year is shorter than the solar Gregorian calendar year by 10 to 12 days, the dates for Ramadan and Eid on the Gregorian calendar can vary year by year.

6. What is the spiritual meaning of Eid al-Fitr?

Eid al-Fitr, as it follows the fasting of Ramadan, is also seen as a spiritual celebration of Allah's provision of strength and endurance.

Amid the reflection and rejoicing, Eid al-Fitr is a time for charity, known as Zakat al-Fitr. Eid is meant to be a time of joy and blessing for the entire Muslim community and a time for distributing one's wealth.

Charity to the poor is a highly emphasized value in Islam. The Quran says ,

"Believe in Allah and his messenger, and give charity out of the (substance) that Allah has made you heirs of. For those of you who believe and give charity – for them is a great reward."

This piece incorporates materials from an article first published on Aug. 28, 2017. The dates have been updated. This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license.

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  1. How To Create a Project Presentation: A Guide for ...

    The Project Risks. All projects present risks, and to control them, they must be identified, assessed, evaluated, and mitigated. Visualize your risk assessment with a risk matrix and include it in the project presentation. Use this slide to explain to stakeholders how you plan to mitigate the identified risks.

  2. Project Management Presentation Template

    A project management presentation can help you better collaborate with other teammates, but not without a clear story and seamless flow. Whether you need to outline your goals or communicate financial resources with your team, you can quickly bring your visions to life with these effective project management slides:

  3. Free Google Slides & PPT templates for project management

    Project Management Presentation templates Say goodbye to chaos and disorganisation and take control of your projects with selection of templates on project management. With these designs, you can easily track the progress of your projects and access relevant information at a glance. Plus, with its fun illustrations and visuals, your ideas will ...

  4. How to Create a Successful Project Presentation

    2 Lay Out Your Project Plan. Once you've set your goals, the next big step is to outline how you'll achieve them. An excellent place to start is by organizing your project into an actionable plan and steps for execution. You might wonder why this step is important for creating a successful project presentation.

  5. How to Use PowerPoint for Project Management: Detailed Guide

    1. Introduce the Project with a Project Plan Slide. PowerPoint is powerful project management software! You can use it to build an array of project management slides on any topic. The first step is to introduce your project with a project plan slide. Slide #2 in our template is a great choice for this.

  6. Project Management Presentation

    Use a project management presentation template to speed up the process and ensure you don't overlook any information that would be essential to your audience. What is project management slide? A project management slide is an individual page in a project management presentation, which includes details on the scope, OKRs, and terms of the ...

  7. How to make a project plan presentation for clients and stakeholders

    To decide which of the two visual project management charts serves you best, check out our case study on the benefits of using timelines in project presentations or our article on the do's and don'ts of creating a Gantt chart.. Next, let's take a comparative look at two frequently used alternatives for visually rendering a project charter, Excel and PowerPoint.

  8. Project Presentations: Prepare and Give a Great Presentation

    Practice Your Project Management Presentation. Giving presentations is a skill. Practice, practice, practice. Before your big project presentation, volunteer to do some smaller ones, like staff briefings or shorter updates at team meetings. You want to feel comfortable both standing up in front of the room and with the material.

  9. PowerPoint Project Management Templates

    Present your project management plan and progress using this visually rich project dashboard template for PowerPoint. This free, customizable tool includes pre-designed slides to create captivating project timelines, statuses, priorities, and budgets. Its editable features allow you to adjust the timeline's layout, colors, and content to suit ...

  10. How To Create A Successful Project Presentation?

    A project plan is an official document that follows a set format and flow. Your presentation should follow this flow for maximum impact. To present a project plan, you should go over the following eight steps: Give an overview. Provide a brief overview of the project, outlining its goals and rationale.

  11. Free Google Slides Project Management Templates

    Use this Google Slides simple project plan template to save you and your team time, organize tasks, and facilitate easy collaboration, ensuring a smoother project management experience. Simply enter each of your tasks in the Tasks column, and add your project details, task durations, milestones, and deadlines. The template then places the tasks ...

  12. How to Give a Stunning Project Presentation

    With practice and some basic guiding principles, you can give a stunning project presentation that will knock their socks off. I've given many project presentations, and I'm going to share my secrets with you. Present the Problem and Solution. Repeat the main point 3 times. Include an analogy or story.

  13. Free Project Presentation Template

    How to create a project presentation with Miro's customizable template. Use Miro's digital workspace to organize your thoughts, jot down notes, and share ideas with your project team. When you're ready to create your presentation, simply select the template and start customizing it to suit your needs. You can add your own color palette ...

  14. How to Deliver a Great Presentation: Project Management

    Deliver a great presentation with these simple presentation tips from our expert. Try our Award-Winning PM Software for free: https://www.projectmanager.com/...

  15. 10 Best PowerPoint (PPT) Templates for Project Presentations

    Below is the list of our best PowerPoint templates for project presentations to help you make your efforts shine in front of your audience: Agile Project Team Structure PowerPoint Template. Project Kick-Off Presentation PowerPoint Template. Roles And Responsibilities PowerPoint Template. Project Executive Summary PowerPoint Template.

  16. Give a Presentation to Senior Management (Expert Tips)

    In the second chart, the addition of percentage labeling, and color contrast makes the data much easier to understand. Adding color to the bar chart in your presentation to senior management creates visual interest. Plus, it makes your data easier to understand. 12. Pay Attention to Slide Design.

  17. Management Presentation: 8 Tips, Examples & a Template

    A management presentation is a high-level summary to senior executive that optimizes reports to include only the details relevant to directorial decisions.They are notoriously difficult to navigate for two reasons: 1. most executives do not have working knowledge of the nuances in each department, 2. presenters rarely have time to understand executives' preferences.

  18. Project Management Presentation Template

    Identify the purpose and audience for the presentation This task involves determining the main goal and target audience of the presentation. It plays a crucial role in shaping the content and tone of the presentation. Consider the impact of the presentation on the overall project management process. Think about what information or message you want

  19. Project Management PowerPoint Presentation Slides

    An eye-pleasing graphic representing the importance of project management. An illustration with several circles in different colors showcasing the values of project management. Download our 100% editable and creatively designed Project Management PPT template to explain the process, importance, and challenges of project importance.

  20. Project Management Powerpoint Presentation Slides

    Slide 1: This slide introduces Project Management.State Your Company Name and begin. Slide 2: This slide shows Content of the presentation. Slide 3: This is an optional slide for Contents. Slide 4: This slide shows Project Scope & Description describing- Project Brief, Project Description, Project Lifecycle, Project Management Process. Slide 5: This slide presents Project Brief describing ...

  21. Management Powerpoint Templates and Google Slides Themes

    SlidesCarnival templates have all the elements you need to effectively communicate your message and impress your audience. Download your presentation as a PowerPoint template or use it online as a Google Slides theme. 100% free, no registration or download limits. Use these management templates to create organized presentations that streamline ...

  22. Presentation Management 101: The Best Presentation Software

    Presentation management is a way of structuring how presentations are made, stored, and shared in teams. It is user focused, and ensures that presentations live in a secure and defined place in a company which is super easy to navigate. Some organizations also use this as a place to keep their best presentations, pitch decks, and templates.

  23. Presentation Recap: Managing Your Career Path Like a Project

    By: Tyler Norman, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA, PMP. I recently presented at the Project Management Institute's PMXPO 2024 event, held on 21 March. This was a great event with featured speakers, exhibits and networking activities. My presentation, Managing Your Career Path Like a Project, focused on using the project management skills you apply in your day ...

  24. Streamlining the Project Intake Process, Explained

    These forms streamline the project initiation process, ensuring that projects align with strategic goals and receive the necessary approvals before proceeding. The crux of the project intake process is most aptly captured through the lens of a project intake form template, a tool that has transformed the way PMOs operate.

  25. 7 Steps Of Risk Management Process Project Proposal Presentation

    Download the "7 Steps Of Risk Management Process Project Proposal" presentation for PowerPoint or Google Slides. A well-crafted proposal can be the key factor in determining the success of your project. It's an opportunity to showcase your ideas, objectives, and plans in a clear and concise manner, and to convince others to invest their time ...

  26. Project Manager Job Description: Examples & Template

    Strong written, verbal, presentation and overall communication skills. Excellent multitasker able to work both independently and on a team. Prior experience managing a team. Project Management Professional (PMP) or Certified ScrumMaster®(CSM®) certified a plus. Read More 7 Tips for Building an Inclusive Team

  27. 2024 Amplify: Sales and Project Management Forum

    2024 Amplify: Sales and Project Management Forum. The ALC Amplify Sales and Project Management Forum is a two-day virtual event of dynamic presentations from a lineup of industry experts.. Online registration by Cvent.

  28. Texas A&M AgriLife wildlife data included in global study

    Established in 1981, the 2,726-acre ranch is planning a variety of management activities including cattle grazing, brush removal, prescribed fire, fence construction and more. Camara traps located throughout the property will allow Webb and other Texas A&M AgriLife researchers to quantify how these activities affect the presence and abundance ...

  29. What is Eid al-Fitr? 6 questions about the holiday and how Muslims

    The two Eids recognize, celebrate and recall two distinct events that are significant to the story of Islam. Eid al-Fitr means "the feast of breaking the fast." The fast, in this instance, is ...