Apply· Demonstrate an understanding of presentation development ·Unit 10 Assignment: IT Consulting Project Persuasion Presentation Outcomes addressed in this activity: Unit Outcomes:  live  Practice persuasion in the workplace Course Outcomes: IT402-1: Examine consulting processes and techniques. Assignment Instructions and Requirements This Assignment is comprised of a PowerPoint presentation with audio. Follow all instructions below carefully. You must use the Project Proposal created for the Unit 8 assignment as the basis for this Assignment. Your client has accepted the·presentation skills to professional documentation proposal but has since requested a change. This may be a change in scope, time, cost, resources, or even a suggestion relating to design or implementation (since this is not a "real" project, you will invent the client's request). This presentation is your professional effort in convincing your client that your original plan is better than his/her suggestion. Your presentation must be comprised of the following eight slides and content. Do not add any slides unless specifically stated below that it is acceptable. Follow all audio and design requirements listed below. Slide and content requirements: 1. Cover slide (no audio). Include at least the project name and your name. 2. Give a brief overview of the project. 3. Give an overview of the client's suggestion for change. Do not include your opinion on this slide. 4. Show pros and cons of client's suggestion for change - use bulleted lists. 5. Show pros and cons of consultant's original idea - use bulleted lists. This must be focused only on the part of the project that the client has targeted for suggested change. 6. Highlight the most important pros for the consultant's idea through illustration (a chart, graph, diagram, wireframe, or other relevant image). o  Do not read the content· All slides except for the cover and the contact information must include audio. Do not add audio to the cover and contact slides. · Important: Write a transcript before you record audio files. Place the transcript in the "notes" section for each slide. ·You have the option for an additional slide at this point to show a second illustration; if you decide to do this, you must include audio on this slide as well, and both illustration slides would fulfill the same part of the rubric as one entity.   Unit 10  [IT402: IT Consulting Skills]  7. Reiterate your stance that the original idea is in the best interest of the client and the project; request approval to remain with the original idea. 8. Consultant contact information (no audio). Include at least your name, e-mail, and phone number. Audio requirements:  on your slides; the client can read them, so your job is to make a convincing argument instead through explanation of the content on  The aggregate timing of the six audio· Make sure the recording quality is clear and that there are no extraneous noises in the background. · Practice before you record to avoid sounding like you are simply reading your transcript. Work to pace your speech so that you are not talking too fast or too slow. · Prepare professional language work. Avoid conversational speech. Be mindful that you do not insult the client — your wording is very important. ·the slides.  file Follow design recommendations found in the unit 9 Reading Resource document. For UNIT 8 the information is down here· Do not use animation or transitions. · Use a design theme. ·/recordings together must be at least 2.5 minutes (150 seconds) but no more than 4 minutes (240 seconds). Design requirements:  , When I submit it, I chose Scenario No. 2 Unit 8 Assignment: Consulting Project Proposal Outcomes addressed in this activity: Scenario No. 2 Baxter's Ticket Sales is a small sports-ticketing venue. The company has decided to move to a new location in a neighboring community to take advantage of lower sales and property taxes. A network must be developed in the new building. There are 10 workers in one large room who each use a desktop computer to facilitate sales. There is an office staffed by two people who each need their own desktop computers. Additionally, the "mail room" requires another computer for the staff to access the database and fulfill orders. The project will need to include the development of the topology, network security, connection to the internet, etc. You have been hired as the IT consultant, and must prepare a project proposal for the network.
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