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Company changes process illustrated with gears diagram
from deck Process Gears & Cogs Template (PPT Diagrams)

Company Changes Process Gear Diagram

(with outline icons)

Slide Content

The slide titled "Company Changes Process Gear Diagram" explores three key aspects of organizational change. "Need of Change" emphasizes the increasing speed of market changes and the necessity for employees' independence, suggesting adaptability is critical for success. "Different Team Structure" alludes to a team capable of functioning with minimal oversight which enhances efficiency by reducing time spent on supervision. "Change Management" deals with the implementation of further changes post team restructuring, which involves management alterations, coaching, and feedback collection, highlighting the importance of continuous improvement and adaptability.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is a flat, light gray color, providing a neutral canvas for content.
  • Three multicolored gears occupy the right side of the slide symbolizing interconnected processes and the mechanics of change.
  • Adjacent to each gear is a column of text, each with a header in a different color (teal, orange, and purple) that matches the associated gear, showcasing the organization and categorization of topics.
  • A corresponding outlined icon is located at the top of each text column, visually representing the respective content: a person with arrows for "Need of Change," a hierarchical structure for "Different Team Structure," and a singular figure for "Change Management."
  • Each text column is bordered by a colored line on the left side which corresponds to the header and gear color, enhancing the visual connection between text and graphics.

The overall look of the slide is clean and modern with a focus on organization. The use of gears and consistent color coding visually emphasizes the mechanics and interconnected nature of change processes within a company.

Use Cases

  • To present organizational change strategies in a corporate meeting or to stakeholders.
  • As a part of a training session, illustrating the framework for implementing changes in team structure and management.
  • During a workshop, to facilitate the discussion on the dynamic nature of market forces and the subsequent need for adaptation by employees and management.
  • In a strategic planning session, explaining the ongoing development and transformation needed within various levels of the organization.

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