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Gap Analysis Icons Set – Kinds of Gaps
from deck Gap Analysis Types and Tools Presentation (PPT Template)

Gap Analysis Icons Set — Kinds of Gaps

Slide Content

The slide provides a visual representation of various types of gaps that can be analyzed in a business context. It lists and depicts icons for Performance Gap, Product (or Market) Gap, Profit Gap, Manpower (or HR) Gap, Innovation Gap, Skills Gap, Conversion Rate Gap, Unit per Transaction Gap, and Product Line Gap. Each icon corresponds to a specific gap: Performance Gap illustrates underachieving objectives; Product Gap indicates market demand versus supply misalignment; Profit Gap shows the difference between actual and potential earnings; Manpower Gap represents the shortfall in human resources; Innovation Gap outlines the lag in adopting new methods; Skills Gap highlights the disparity between skills available and necessary; Conversion Rate and Unit per Transaction Gaps measure sales efficiency, and Product Line Gap identifies the absence of products in a portfolio.

Graphical Look

  • The title of the slide is written in a large, bold font, with a teal underline.
  • Each gap type is represented by a line of text complemented by a corresponding icon.
  • The icons include simple monochromatic line drawings: a line chart, an open box, a money bag with a dollar symbol, three human figures, four squares, a shopping cart, a light bulb with waves, two crossed wrenches, and a piece of paper with a number 1.
  • The background color of the slide is divided into two sections: the top half is a light gray, and the bottom half is dark gray.
  • The selected icon for detailed viewing, featuring two crossed wrenches associated with the Performance Gap, is highlighted with a light blue circle and a contrasting background.

The slide adheres to a minimalist and professional design, with a clear contrast between the light icons and the darker background for easy readability.

Use Cases

  • To introduce the concept of gap analysis and its various types in a training session or workshop.
  • As part of a strategic planning presentation to identify areas of improvement or investment within a company.
  • During a team meeting to discuss prioritizing initiatives based on identified gaps in performance, skills, or innovation.
  • In a sales presentation to highlight potential market opportunities or competitive advantages by demonstrating existing product or profit gaps.

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