Presentation Card Deck
gdk at redhat.com
Mon Oct 17 06:47:04 UTC 2005
This is a fantastic idea. And since I work in the next cubicle over from
the person responsible for these, I think this might be very doable.
Colin, can you add this idea to the schedule for discussion at the next
meeting? (Which is when, again, exactly? I think we need an announcement
of the next meeting time.)
Greg DeKoenigsberg ] [ the future masters of technology will have
Community Relations ] [ to be lighthearted and intelligent. the
Red Hat ] [ machine easily masters the grim and the
] [ dumb. --mcluhan
On Mon, 17 Oct 2005, Joshua Wulf wrote:
> The other day I got a couple of packs of cards - the red deck and the
> black deck - from sales and marketing at Red Hat. They have frequently
> asked questions and responses on them for making sales pitches for RHEL.
> They pretty much r0ck, and are a useful resource.
> I think it could be quite useful for the cmc program if we had something
> like that. It's a small deck of cards with the frequently asked
> questions and important differentiating points for making presentations
> with clarity and focus.
> It empowers cmc's to answer inquiries with succinct and correct answers.
> Especially in a situation where you are being interviewed for web,
> radio, or television, or even print, the soundbite is king. A pithy,
> prepared response is essential.
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