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Online Training Business Applications of Microsoft Excel 2016 – Intermediate
Excel is the most popular business productivity toolsin the world today! And in my15 years of experience as an instructorand user of Excel, Ive come to understand that the success of a business analyst and a business planner depends largely on his/her ability to keep track of business-situation analysis, acute data analysis, recording and presentation. Because of this, whenever I teach in Excel class, I usually ask students to rate their Excel skill level on a scale of 0 10; where 0 means complete incompetence and 10 means Excel expert. Many people usually rate themselves higher than what they actually know. I then realized that most Excel users simply don’t know what they don’t know. The reality is that most people with portfolio of Business Analysts simply possess the skills to tabulate, enter and calculate simple data, thereby using Excel as a mere calculator. Thats all they know. The real Excel experts possess the skills to transform raw data with advanced formulas and functions, analyze insights and patterns with PivotTables, and create beautiful and dynamic visualizations with custom charts and graphs. These real Excel experts are what I call Excel Double Threat. Do you think you possess the skills of Excel Double Threat? Enroll in this course now! Microsoft Excel has many features and functions that can be used to create great efficienciesin any business situation I have proven it in this course. This is where you will learn and master the skills of Excel Double Threat;ready to tackle most of the day to day tasks in Excel, saving you years of frustration. Although this course was recorded with the latest version of Excel 2016 to ensure it is up to date with all the latest features and enhancements, all functions and formulas will equally work in the versions 2007 2013 with clear explanations given, where there are differences in features with the earlier versions. This course gives you a deep,100% comprehensive understanding of Excel’s data analysis tools and techniques, using features from Excel 2010, 2013 and 2016. This intermediate level starts with formulas and functions, where I’ll show you when, why, and how to use each function and formulas and their corresponding business applications. Illguide you through practical, hands-on demonstrations and exercisesevery step of the way. The hands-on practical exercises will open your eyes to the excellent performance of Excel in business analysis and planning. The exercises are simple, yet very intrinsic to business use. This course access includes practical files, homework exercises, One-on-One instructor support, Lifetime Access, which means you can always come back to review the materials, downloadable PDF eBook (200 pages) and a100% Money-Back guarantee from Udemy! Course Features Uses and application of Microsoft Excel in homes and businesses. Importing external data for business analysis. Worksheet functions and formulas used in business calculations. Making external references to data stored outside a workbook. Application of Date Functions in business management. Investors calculation of Weighted Average of stocks prices. Use of VLOOKUP function to find prices of goods in complex data. Use VLOOKUP to Markup profits to unit cost of goods. UsingFinancial functionsto calculate the Present Value (PV) of a lump sum, Future of Value (FV) of Annuity, payment (PMT) for mortgage, Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) of capital outlay. UsingStatistical functionsto find the correlation between sets of business data does business performance correlate to economic wellbeing of a nation? Forecasting business models and predicting future sales. Performing What-If analysis with Go Seek, Scenario and Data Table. Calculating 50 different price points for a car loan using What-If analysis. Presenting data & reports in charts and other visualizations. Analysing external data with Pivot Table reports and charts. Page numbering and worksheet printing. Lots more. As an added bonus,you can download an entire eBookfrom which the videos were made for this course so that you can get a hands-on approach to learning Excel. Another great aspect of this course is that, at the end of this course, you will be given aCERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION. This course has practical exercises after each session so if you need to prove that you have learned the material, you have to ensure that you carry out the practical exercises on your own while watchingthe videos. This courseis guaranteed to teach you Microsoft Excel. Once enrolled, you will have access to this Excel course for the rest of your life. You will always be able to come back to this Excel class to review materials.Moses Ighedos Excel training will forever transform the way you work with numbers. Try this course for yourself and see how quickly and easily you too can learn Excel Double Threat.
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As a society, we spend hundreds of billions of dollars measuring the return on our financial assets. Yet, at the same time, we still haven’t found convincing ways of measuring the return on our investments in developing people.
And I get it: If my bank account pays me 1% a year, I can measure it to the penny. We’ve been collectively trained to expect neat and precise ROI calculations on everything, so when it’s applied to something as seemingly squishy as how effectively people are learning in the workplace, the natural inclination is to throw up our hands and say it can’t be done. But we need to figure this out. In a world where skills beat capital, the winners and losers of the next 30 years will be determined by their ability to attract and develop great talent.
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