The latest development in Swiss politics is the most bizarre of them all. A new political party, going by the name of Anti PowerPoint Party (APPP) is now spreading news on its political agenda: promote the demotion of the use of PowerPoint presentations, and to promote the use of the flip-chart.
The APPP-founder is the Swiss public speaking trainer Matthias Poehm who says: “I have an operating principle that always helps me: I don’t want to be right, I only want the best result. Over 14 years of public speaking training I have noticed that the use of the flip-chart beats PowerPoint in 95 of 100 cases. This is not wishful thinking on my part but proven experience.”
The APPP is part international movement and part political party. Officially, it is a political party in Switzerland, where any citizen of the world can be a party member by signing up.
The APPP wants to participate in the Swiss national elections in October and win at least one seat. Here again, the goal is to attract media attention to the topic. It aims to be the fourth largest Swiss political party with a membership of 33,000. Currently, the APPP has 512 members.
Introduction to APPP
Poehm on why the flip-chart is more effective than PowerPoint
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