Excel: Learn 47 Functions via a Business Services Case Study
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 61 kbps | 48 KHz | Duration: 3 Hours | 680 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Learn how to import text files; work with text, date & logical functions; and how to use VLOOKUP, pivot tables & charts.
One of the world’s leading consulting firms, the McKinsey Global Institute, has identified a huge gap between the demand for people with deep analytical skills, and the supply of qualified candidates. They call it a “critical shortage”, totaling more than 150,000 people by 2018. They’re not only talking about careers in computer programming. They’re saying that these skills will be required for almost all middle-class careers, from HR to sales, accounting to purchasing, and even factory production workers.
Where do you start, to improve your analytical skills and increase your opportunities for a good career? Start by learning Excel. Excel is the primary analytical tool used in business today. How do I know? I’m a senior business executive, with over 25 years of experience across several different industries.
Excel is the perfect foundation on which to build your analytical skills.
There are many Excel courses – why take one of mine? Because I’m a business executive, I know how Excel is used in business. I know the analytical skills needed. And don’t just take my word for it.