by Adam Noar
You’re probably thinking you’ve got better things to do than debate Amazon communication policy.
But if you’ve EVER had to sit through a boring PowerPoint, you know the pain. You may as well lash yourself to the mast of a sinking ship while trying to pass a kidney stone. It would be far less painful than viewing a poorly planned slide deck.
And more entertaining.
That’s the thing about PowerPoints – or any presentation software, for that matter. They come with tons of bells and whistles: Great backgrounds. Exciting transitions. Unlimited slides with (almost) unlimited text.
But Jeff Bezos has a different approach to PowerPoint. In fact, he doesn’t allow PowerPoint in any meeting at Amazon.