King Bezos has banned PowerPoint usage at Amazon’s executive meetings. The presentation tool has been replaced by a "narrative structure" meeting, which Bezos believes is more effective.
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The "narrative structure" meeting begins with a 30-minute block of silence to allow employees in attendance the chance to read and digest a memo. After the time is up (no clue if a bell rings or what), everyone in the room discusses what they've read. "It's so much better than the typical PowerPoint presentation for so many reasons," Bezos said about the change.
RIP bullet points, we hardly read ya.