Was asked to prepare a presentation on the differences between NFV and SDN the other day. It's quite fun to see how simple one can make it. Eventually, it came down to two slides - one for technical people and one for sales people, and then even that was further reduced, to a haiku.
Haiku poetry is a beautiful form from Japan, where the poem has three lines in total, with five syllables in the first line, seven in the second, then five again in the last.
I think I might have to try my hand at haikus for every presentation, as it does simplify to an absurd degrees. With a technical subject like SDN and NFV, of course you need to have the technical answers first, but finishing with a haiku definitely makes the presentation more memorable.
Here's an abstract of three of the slides in just one picture.
Methodical ramblings after twenty-five years in Sales, Marketing and SalesOps.