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Open cycle diagram for six chevron arrows
from deck Outline Diagrams - Ultimate Deck for Visual Presentations (PPT graphics)

Open Cycle Diagram – 6 Chevron Arrows

Slide Content

The slide presents an Open Cycle Diagram with 6 Chevron Arrows, which could be used to depict a process or workflow that has a cyclical nature but does not necessarily loop back to the beginning. Each chevron-shaped arrow could represent a different stage or aspect of the process. The central gears are typically indicative of a mechanism or system that is the driving force or core component. The placeholders saying "Write your text here…" invite the presenter to add their own descriptions to each stage of the cycle.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is plain white.
  • The centerpiece of the slide is a large circular diagram with chevron arrows pointing outwards.
  • Each of the 6 chevron arrows is connected to an elliptical shape for text entry.
  • In the center of the circular diagram, there are two interconnected gear icons symbolizing machinery or processes.
  • The arrows and gears are a muted blue, which stands out against the white background without being overpowering.
  • Connectors between the arrows and text shapes are simple lines with a circular node at each end.
  • There are no other decorative or extraneous graphical elements present.

The slide has a clean and professional appearance, with a central focus on the circular open cycle diagram. The use of blue accents for the arrows and gears adds a touch of color that is visually appealing but maintains a businesslike aesthetic.

Use Cases

  • Demonstrating the phases of project management from initiation to closing without indicating a repetitive loop.
  • Explaining a company's value chain, highlighting how different departments contribute to the overall workflow.
  • Illustrating a product lifecycle, from development through to market introduction, growth, maturity, and eventual decline or evolution.
  • Outlining a customer journey, detailing steps from awareness to purchase and after-sales service, with a focus on process rather than repetition.

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