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Fork out into 3 outputs process shown with pipe flow infographics
from deck Pipe Flow Chart Diagrams (PPT Template)

Pipe Flow Diagram Fork Out into 3 Outputs

Slide Content

The slide presents a "Pipe Flow Diagram Fork Out into 3 Outputs" illustrating how a single input can be divided into three separate outputs. The input box is highlighted with a dollar sign, suggesting a financial or value-driven input. Each output is paired with a unique icon, indicating the type of result or area it represents, and has space for a description. This visual metaphor could be used to explain the distribution of resources or the branching out of a project or process into multiple directions, each with its own characteristics and requirements.

Graphical Look

  • The background of the slide is white.
  • A large, bold title is centered at the top of the slide.
  • A rectangular shape on the left with a green border represents the input with a dollar sign icon above and bullet points for adding text below.
  • A gray pipe graphic extends from the input rectangle toward the right and forks into three outputs.
  • Each output fork is denoted with arrows in blue, orange, and gray indicating different directions.
  • Three separate rectangular shapes aligned with each output fork have colored borders matching the arrows; they each contain an icon and space for text.
  • The icons in the output rectangles represent different concepts: the first is a flask; the second a line graph; the third two silhouetted figures, symbolizing different types of outputs like research/results, performance data, and human resources respectively.

The slide has a clean, professional look with a straightforward layout that clearly demarcates the input from the outputs. The use of color and icons helps to differentiate between the various components of the process being presented.

Use Cases

  • To illustrate the diversification of investment funds into different areas in a financial presentation.
  • When explaining the distribution of tasks within a project team during a project management briefing.
  • To display how a marketing budget is allocated across various channels in a marketing strategy presentation.
  • In demonstrating the flow of company resources or information to different departments during an organizational meeting.

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