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Powerpoint Table Template for Project Status Control
from deck Flat Infographic Templates Design Bundle (PPT diagrams and icons)

Project Status Table with OK/Not OK/Warning Signs

Slide Content

The slide presents a project status table which uses icons to indicate various criteria statuses across five projects. "Criteria 1" to "Criteria 5" are marked across the top, using different colors for each criterion for easy differentiation. Projects A to E are listed on the left side. The status of each project under each criterion is represented by three possible icons: a thumbs up for "OK," a warning triangle for "Not OK," and a check mark within a circle for a warning or intermediate status. This provides at a glance an assessment of multiple projects against a set of performance or status criteria.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clear, structured layout with a title at the top.
  • Five colored rectangles represent the column headers for "Criteria 1" to "Criteria 5" with each criteria header having a distinct color.
  • Rows labeled "Project A" through "Project E" run down the left side, slightly indented and in bold.
  • Status icons are placed in the corresponding cells for each project-criteria intersection.
  • Thumbs up icon: suggests agreement or satisfaction.
  • Warning triangle icon: indicates caution or an issue.
  • A check mark within a circle: implies a note of consideration or a warning.

The slide has a balanced mix of text and graphical elements, with the background kept in a light color to ensure readability and focus on the content.

The overall look of the slide is professional and organized, with an intuitive layout that allows for quick visual interpretation of project status. The design elements are simple and self-explanatory, which helps to convey complex information efficiently.

Use Cases

  • In project management meetings to report status updates and progress of multiple projects.
  • During executive briefings to quickly inform stakeholders about the health of various initiatives or deliverables.
  • In team meetings to prioritize issues and discuss the statuses of project components that require attention.
  • As part of internal communications for comparing performance metrics or compliance across different company departments or teams.

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