Consulting firms, market research companies, universities produce an endless amount of complex and sophisticated-looking frameworks. Often, I see people borrowing one, re-drawing it, or overwriting the labels with their own text. It is better than you don't.
  • Frameworks are highly specific to a certain context, so they are unlikely to work when you borrow them for your own presentation
  • Frameworks are great to solve problems, to discuss issues with a small audience who has worked with it before, but are incredibly poor at communicating to a large audience
Instead, sketch your own simple, specific, and relevant diagram on a piece of paper and replicate that in PowerPoint.

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