Jeff Bezos banned PowerPoint and it's arguably the smartest management move that he's ever made

Jeff Bezos recently banned PowerPoint from meetings at Amazon, insisting instead that meetings start with the attendees silently reading a hard-copy document containing the information needed to discuss the issue.

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Decision-making  is without doubt the toughest part of team collaboration. It is characterized by insecurity or even uncertainty. With beeBlum they could develop model-based alternatives referencing to the information in agile kanban boards. In the interplay of the selection of relevant criteria with different weightings, they could simulate possible futures.

As a result, meetings become "by design" much better prepared. The pyramidal access to these so-prepared information makes it much easier for decision makers to grasp a topic, to act quickly or to request further information.