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Comparing Two Problem Solution Alternatives
from deck Sales Business Case Study Template (PowerPoint graphics)

Comparing Two Problem Solution Alternatives

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide is designed to compare two problem solution alternatives. The left side of the slide is labeled "Proposed Solution" and includes space for details to be written, with bullet points prompting the addition of text. "Proposed Solution" likely represents the initially suggested method for solving a specific issue. The right side follows the same format, titled "Alternative Solution," which indicates a different strategy or method that could be used to address the same problem, also with space allocated for further explanation.

Graphical Look

  • A two-column layout with a central vertical split.
  • Each column has a distinct header, one being "Proposed Solution" and the other "Alternative Solution."
  • Above each header is a circular icon; "Proposed Solution" features a star within a circle, while "Alternative Solution" contains a lightbulb symbol, both implying innovative or creative concepts.
  • The header backgrounds are of a solid blue color, while the circular icons are light blue with a darker blue border and white symbols.
  • There is a translucent white overlay on each column for text content, with a list of bullet points set against a backdrop featuring a grayscale image of skyscrapers, suggesting a corporate or urban environment.
  • The design style is clean, with rounded rectangles and a professional blue color scheme consistent throughout the slide elements.

The slide presents a modern, corporate aesthetic with simple, bold elements intended to facilitate a clear comparison between two sets of ideas or solutions.

Use Cases

  • To compare the pros and cons of two different strategies during a business strategy meeting.
  • As a visual aid in a project proposal presentation to showcase alternative approaches to stakeholders.
  • For team brainstorming sessions to weigh different action plans for problem-solving.
  • During a SWOT analysis presentation to distinguish between strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of two competing business models.

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