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Best-selling author and popular speaker Garr Reynolds is back in this newly revised edition of his classic, best-selling book,Presentation Zen, in which he showed readers there is a better way to reach the audience through simplicity and storytelling, and gave them the tools to confidently design and deliver successful presentations.

In this new edition, Garr gives his readers new, fresh examples to draw inspiration from, with a whole new chapter for those who present on more technical and educational topics based on techniques used by many presenters who give high-level talks at TED and other powerhouse events. Whether the reader is in research, technology, business, or education–this book will show them how to take what could look like a really dry presenation and reinvigorate the material in totally fresh (and sometimes interactive!) ways that will make it memorable and resonate with the audience.

Staying true to the mission of the first), Garr combines solid principles of design with the tenets of Zen simplicity to help readers along the path to simpler, more effective presentations that will be appreciated, remembered, and best of all, acted upon.

Biographie de l'auteur

Garr Reynolds is the best-selling author of Presentation Zen, Presentation Zen Design, and The Naked Presenter, and a leading authority on presentation design and delivery. A sought-after speaker and consultant, his clients include many in the Fortune 500. A writer, designer, and musician, he is currently Associate Professor of Management at Kansai Gaidai University in Japan. Garr is a former corporate trainer for Sumitomo Electric and worked as the Manager for Worldwide User Group Relations at Apple, Inc. His popular blog can be found at  presentationzen.com.

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Ce livre est à poser sur le bureau de toutes les personnes dans le monde de l’entreprise qui nous abreuvent de slideuments et de réunions à n’en plus finir. Finalement, les conseils donnés par Garr Reynolds sont très simples. Ils demandent certainement plus de préparation et de nous sortir de notre zone de confort (moins de texte sur mes slides, comment vais-je faire…).

J’apprécie également que l’accent soit mis sur les phases de préparation. J’ai le souvenir de trop de réunions où les personnes se sont placées derrière un ordinateur et ont utilisé directement PowerPoint comme un outil d’expression et d’organisation de leurs idées. Ce mélange des genres sur ces logiciels de présentation (à la fois des outils pour produire des documents, des slides, pour brainstormer, pour faire des propositions commerciales, des devis) est assez nocif et nuit à notre productivité globale car il est imposé par une culture d’entreprise omniprésente.

Un livre plein de bon sens et bien illustré que je conseille activement si PowerPoint est un outil que vous ouvrez tous les jours.

Adrien Delambre
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I've been following Garr's blog since I was tipped by someone on this book.
Finally I set my mind to buy the 2nd edition and wasn't disappointed.

However, if you're familiar with presentation books in general and Garr's blog particalary, it's more an in detail confirmation book with a a lot of examples and sound advice.

The main challenge remains to bring it into practice, especially if either you've coporate "standards" or worse, when you need to build-up a multi day day long training presentations.
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Très bon livre au format adapté et d'une lecture aisée.
Il a changé fondamentalement ma manière de construire mes présentations.

Je recommande
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Ce livre a beaucoup de conseils pertinents pour ceux qui souhaitent améliorer la qualité de leurs présentations. Je le recommande
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Still the best book on modern presentation design and delivery 1 janvier 2012
Par Dirk Haun - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have been reading Garr Reynold's Presentation Zen blog even before the first book came out. Getting Presentation Zen (The Book) was just the next logical step, since it provides all that useful information you can find on the website in a structured, readable, and easily accessible way. Four years and another two books (Presentation Zen Design and The Naked Presenter) later, there is now a second edition of the original Presentation Zen book. What can we expect from it?

What's new?

It's somewhat ironic that the first testimonial in the book states that "it's often the slim books that have the most impact" when the second edition of Presentation Zen is noticeably thicker than the first. 60 additional pages or 25% more, to be exact.

At a first glance, there are still the same 5 sections as in the first edition:

1. Introduction
2. Preparation
3. Design
4. Delivery
5. The Next Step

On closer inspection, the Delivery section has gained an additional chapter, The Need for Engagement, which accounts for about half of the additional pages. The rest are distributed over the other chapters, some of which gained a few more pages that way. Most of those changes are subtle and you often won't notice them unless you compare both editions side by side. References to iPads and Prezi (both of which only came out after the first edition) or photos from TEDxTokyo 2011 are also signs of a discreet update. You'll also find content that Garr published on the Presentation Zen blog during 2011, e.g. from an article on the power of faces.

The Need for Engagement, the new chapter, picks up some thoughts from The Naked Presenter, Garr's third book. In fact, it very much resembles chapter 4, Engage with Passion, Proximity, and Play from that book in that it talks about emotions, mirror neurons, and the need to remove barriers. It's not a straight copy, though, but the same ideas re-explained.

Obviously, this second edition of Presentation Zen is not a radical rewrite but a careful update. Things have been made clearer or explained in more detail where necessary, new content has carefully been injected where appropriate. If you know the first edition, it still feels like the same book and you're only left wondering if some specific nugget is really new or if you've overlooked it the last time you read the book. I seem to remember Garr stating that "It's the same book, only better" or words to that effect. That about sums it up.

What's old?

All subtle and more obvious changes aside, Presentation Zen is still THE book to read on modern presentation design and delivery. Presentation Zen is an approach, not a method or blueprint that you have to follow slavishly. The idea is to create and deliver the best possible presentation for your specific audience. And while that obviously means more work in preparation, Garr provides the encouragement that it's worth it if you want to really reach your audience. The Presentation Zen book contains all that you need to make this happen, backed up with scientific evidence where needed and supported with real-life examples. On top of that, it's easy to read and Garr's passion for his topic and his roots in Zen come across as honest without resorting to superlatives or over-the-top wording that plague so many nonfiction books by American authors. It's a joy to read and encourages you to give the Presentation Zen approach a try. What more can you expect?

The Verdict

What has been true for the first edition is even more so for the second one: If you're only going to buy one book about presentations, this should be it. It will provide you with all the necessary guidance for creating great, effective, and memorable presentations. When I'm working on a new presentation, I often open up the book at a random page and start reading. It always helps to either reinforce an aspect I was already working on or reminds me of something I need to think about. In other words, it's a great source of inspiration, even 4 years after its first publication and after having re-read it (in whole or in parts) numerous times.

The second edition feels more "complete" now, by which I mean that the extra pages all add useful information and don't feel bolted on. The only downside, I guess, is that there's less need for buying The Naked Presenter now - but that's Garr's (and his publisher's) problem, not yours ;-) This, I guess, also answers the question what you should do if you already own the first edition. If you already have the first edition and The Naked Presenter, there's probably no need to rush and buy the second edition - unless your copy is beginning to fall apart from heavy use. But if you held back from buying Presentation Zen until now - don't wait any longer. Your audience will be grateful.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good advice for some presentations, but not all 15 décembre 2014
Par A. Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I think there are some good pointers in here that people can use to make presentations more interesting. But I think the author goes too far when he tries to argue that ALL presentations should use this "Zen" format. Not every presentation is a Ted Talk, where you put one big image on the screen and talk for 5 minutes. There are situations where more text, charts, diagrams, etc. are completely appropriate, but the author doesn't seem to think so.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Guide to Better Presentations for Beginners 25 octobre 2012
Par Richard Burkey Lifelong Learner - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A library is a great place to check out books. Not only can you check them out to read, you can check them out before you eventually buy.

Such is the case for me with Presentation Zen 2nd Edition revised and updated by Garr Reynolds. I read the 1st edition as a checked out book from the library a few years ago. I had been to a conference and had been amazed by the presentations. Instead of death by power point, I became a visual learner. Even more I became an engaged advocate. I wanted to begin to learn how to create presentations that brought people to life and action. I am in the resurrection business.

I can't tell you the specific differences between edition 1 and edition 2 except there seemed to be a bit more depth and mroe examples.

While I love Garr's own insights, I appreciate his willingness to include others. Guy Kuwasaki writes or presents the perfect foreword or perhaps now its forepicture of Presentation Zen. Seth Godin. Nancy Duarte and others along with Garr gives the best practices / best picture view of presentations.

Garr's insights are simple ideas on presentation design and delivery. Most importantly he taught me to think through first the message i want to share and the response I seek, even before I look for the pictures I want to show.

And when picture time comes, rule of thumb is no more than 6 words per slide. Once you embrace this rule, it makes it tough to watch presentations with more than 16 words per slide and not muttering under your breath, "Death by Powerpoint".

I give Presentation Zen 5 out of 5 stars. Garr provided a great introduction and overall process to developing presentations. It's a guide I return to again and again.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Simply sophisticated 9 janvier 2013
Par Serendipity - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
If you're ready to move beyond the ubiquitous depictions of charts and graphs, and mindless presentations during which you insult your audience by reading the text printed on the slide, this book will teach you how to design and present a slideshow for grown-ups. Not just a sophisticated slideshow, but one with real impact.

I have 7 pages of notes from this book, all written by hand because I want to own them. Although I've read a ton of good books in my day, there have been only a few which I've done more than highlighted.

If Zen strikes you as too esoteric, just forget about it. This book contains a load of hard-core practical advice, along with some relevant philosophical gems that you'll find equally helpful and pertinent.

BTW, I had a little glitch with the Kindle edition and I contacted the author. He went far beyond the call of duty to ensure my satisfaction. This is a person who walks his talk. You won't go wrong by taking his advice.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Easy to follow and visually appealing 4 août 2016
Par Alyson Miranda - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Easy to follow and visually appealing. I had to read this for a Master's Finance program I started-- skimmed the book in about 2 hours, and still feel like I got a great idea of the main points. (So glad that a book about presentation had its own presentation up-to-par.) Also will be a fantastic reference in the future, as I'm actually designing my Powerpoints/Prezis/other presentations!
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