The first group is models for process visualization; the second one shows interconnections and relations; the third group is suitable for complex concepts. Next we are going to follow the steps of the algorithm for creating simple and clear schemes, and then we will consider process models in more detail. Formulate the text
- Use short sentences or leave only block names.
- Avoid using the language of officialdom. For example, replace "collection of statistical data is being performed" by "we are analyzing"; and edit out the phrase "data allows one to draw a conclusion".
- Use clear headings that reflect the essence of your slide. It is good if the title will immediately explain the benefit to the audience: "the reasons for the decline in sales", "errors" and so on.
- Write in uniform style, use verbs in the same person. If at first you call your blocks with imperative verbs like "write, mark, check" and then the next block is called "check-list" all of a sudden, your readers will get confused.