Five New Powerpoint Slide Sets that can help you
teach and use the concepts of RBA/OBA
in a Nutshell: One page containing the most
important innovations in the framework. Click here
RBA the Journey Analogy: One page slide that
shows how RBA goes from report cards to action plans
to the end of turned curves.
Click here for the
OBA version. (See this presented at minute 51 of
the London Master Class.) 3.
RBA/OBA Star Exercise: A fun way to teach the
concept of ends vs. means.
Cutting Budgets with RBA (OK, the fun's over):
These slides show the progression from Generating
cut ideas, to Analyzing cut ideas to Deciding what
to cut. Each section displays both traditional
methods and RBA additions.
(NEW version 4)
Turn the Curve (TTC) Debriefing Questions: the
questions used in RBA/OBA 101 to discuss lessons
learned from the Turn the Curve Exercise - for use
by trainers, coaches and facilitators.(NEW)
You can present Results Accountability using
the same Powerpoint slides used in FPSI workshops. Adapt the presentation to your own needs. Or use it
as a tutorial, clicking through the slides and reading the notes.
If you HAVE POWERPOINT on your computer, follow these steps:
1. Open Powerpoint on your computer.
2. Right click on the Powerpoint version listed above
3. Choose "Save as" or "Save target as" and
specify a file location. The Powerpoint file will be saved to this location for
future use, and the file will open for you to use now.
If you do DO NOT HAVE POWERPOINT software on your computer, you can still view the slides:
Left click on the Powerpoint version
listed above, and select "open"
Note on handouts to go with your own RBA 101 presentation:
It is recommended that you use or adapt the standard RBA 101
Handout materials. Click here. If you decide on using the Powerpoint printing
option to create your own set of handouts, it is strongly recommended that you first go through the presentation and
delete duplicate slides which appear in a few places in
order to produce some of the graphics effects. When you do this, be careful
not to overwrite the version you plan to use for the presentation.
History of RBA 101 Powerpoint versions:
May 6, 2008 Version 1.7 January 1, 2007
January 10, 2006
Version 1.5 December 22, 2004
Version 1.4 May 14, 2004
Version 1.3 April 16, 2004
Version 1.2 October 6, 2003
Version 1.1 September, 2003