Decide upon the objective , Operation Research

Decide upon  the Objective 

What is it that you  aim to  achieve  the end  of the  presentation ? your  objective  should  be crystal  clear. Do  not stray or move  a ways   from the main  point  or focal  area. The  more your  centre  round  thrust area the more  are the  chances of the  results  being  positive.

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