Today, we’re going to make our very own stacked pyramid model on PowerPoint. And it simply looks awesome.
A stacked pyramid model holds the form of a triangle/pyramid and is commonly divided into sections. With PowerPoint, we can place a topic, idea, priority or step is placed into each section. The key message here is that each section holds a different width and position from the others. This indicates that each section holds more or less significance than the others, but this all depends on how you want to demonstrate that significance.
So for example, let’s say you want to show off a list of priorities on your slide. You can use a stacked pyramid to do just that. The most important priority might be at the top and the least important priority might be at the bottom.
Maybe you want to highlight a list of topics using a stacked pyramid model. In this case, the most general topic might be at the bottom, but the more specific and niche topics might be at the top.
Yes. In fact, it’s really easy to make.
Usually, you want to use this slide in the following scenarios:
This PowerPoint tutorial will teach us how to:
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