Most TED Talks are technical presentations. They educate audiences — often in an entertaining way — about scientific or technological breakthroughs. (TED stands for technology, entertainment, design.)
But most technical presentations are not like TED Talks. How can they be?
In business people simply don’t have the time, expertise, coaching, or resources ($$$) that are required to create and rehearse a technical presentation that’s on par with the TED conference presentations.
So how can people in the trenches give a successful technical presentation?
Here are 7 Tips That Working Professionals Can Use to Create Successful Technical Presentations