Presenting Business Numbers in Excel

Productivity - Randall Bolten

The essential aptitude expected to build up an extraordinary spreadsheet report doesn't number wizardry, nor bookkeeping and fund understanding, nor specialized Excel mastery – it's the capacity to recount a story. In that sense, it's like the aptitudes that prompt compelling written work and persuasive talking. This course takes a special point of view toward the improvement of reports that are conveying quantitative data, by underlining a similar way to deal with spreadsheets that one would use to draft and alter an imperative reminder or position paper.

 

 

Learning Objective:

  • Apply the same skills normally associated with effective writing and speaking to designing a report that contains principally quantitative information
  • Use ratios, key indicators, and other metrics to enhance the meaning of the raw numbers in your report
  • Use spreadsheet text effects and artwork to make your quantitative information visually appealing and organized for intuitive audience comprehension

Instructor

Randall Bolten

Finance Specialist

An accomplished executive who has directed the financial operations of public companies and startups,…

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What will you cover?

  •   Introduction 00:04:55
  •   Similarities between Designing a Spreadsheet and Writing a Memo 00:07:10
  •   Simple Examples of Good and Bad Report Design 00:07:08

Instructor

Randall Bolten

Finance Specialist

An accomplished executive who has directed the financial operations of public companies and startups,…

Training 5 or more people?

Get your team access to WIISE top 2,000 courses anytime, anywhere.

Try WIISE for Business
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