Time is precious
We live in a society where we tend to put 90 minutes into an hour. Where we sprint to meet our deadlines. So when your manager asks you to free up time to make a presentation, you feel it's too much to handle. You'd rather invest this time in more precious tasks such as that one phone call with that big customer or simply refilling the beans from the coffee machine so you can enjoy your cup of coffee at 11 a.m. before the monthly sprint meeting. In our world where we are always under time pressure, presentations or meetings -and their preparations- often seem like a waste of time. But what if we told you that there is a way to make presentations and meetings engaging and interactive, giving everyone a chance to have their voice heard and using time efficiently?