Domino - Ripple Effect

Domino - Ripple Effect
$29.99

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The circular arrangement featuring the ripple effect of dominoes shows the connection between various business situations and cases.

The falling row of dominoes is analogous to a linear sequence of events. Use the Ripple Effect or Domino Effect PPT slides to depict the cyclic process of cause and effect in business scenarios.

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SKU: BTD-071

 

$29.99
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This 12-slide PPT deck shows the graphical representation of the Ripple Effect or the Domino Effect. There are high resolution graphics to show cyclic cause and effect process where a chain reaction is triggered by an individual event, which then turns into linear sequence of events in no time. The clipart depicting a business executive silhouette putting up a board to stop the further fall of dominoes can be used to present possible business strategies and plans to stop the chain reaction and bring stability. You only need to insert text and customize by changing color or size, highlighting and adding or removing parts. Perfect to present analysis of business, political and economic situations like the current recession.

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  • 100% customizable PPT slides
  • Easy to edit design elements
  • Attractive backgrounds, color & font schemes
  • Convenient text placeholder
  • 100% vector graphics
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