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Outline loop process chart with 3 elements
from deck Cycle Diagrams & Wheel Charts (PPT Graphics)

Outline Loop Process with 3 Elements

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide is titled "Outline Loop Process with 3 Elements" indicating a cyclic process divided into three stages. Each stage is represented by a colored numbered block (1, 2, 3) with space for corresponding text. This design suggests that the process starts at stage 1, continues to stage 2, and then wraps back around to stage 1 from stage 3, demonstrating the loop nature of the process. Usually, each step in such a diagram would detail a particular phase or action in the cyclical process.

Graphical Look

  • Three rectangular text boxes, each with a different color outline (blue, green, and orange), corresponding with the numbers 1, 2, and 3.
  • Inside each rectangular box is a placeholder text "Your text here ..." indicating where descriptions for each process step should be inserted.
  • To the right, a circular arrow graphic, segmented into three colored parts (blue, green, and orange) corresponding with the numbered blocks.
  • Each segment of the arrow points to the next with a circular motion indicating a repeating process.
  • Small, grey, outlined icons next to the arrow.
  • The icons include an eye, a gear with a lightbulb, and a handshake, symbolizing different aspects or principles of the illustrated process such as observation, innovation, and collaboration.

The slide features a clean and modern design, using a limited color palette to visually separate and emphasize each of the process stages. The circular arrows and corresponding numbers create a clear visual flow that is easy to follow.

Use Cases

  • Presenting the stages of a continuous improvement cycle in a business process.
  • Illustrating a marketing strategy that operates in a loop, such as a client feedback loop.
  • Explaining the steps in a product lifecycle from development to market release and back to development for improvements.
  • Using it in educational settings to teach about cycles in nature or scientific processes that repeat in stages, such as the water cycle or the scientific method.

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