Saturday, September 24, 2022
If you want all your Excel reports, analyses, forecasts, and other Excel work to be highly productive, this is the only strategy that will work for you.

An Introduction to Excel Data Plumbing

Would you like to: Create your new reports, analyses, forecasts, and other Excel work quickly? Update your Excel work with one command, without using...
The Wall Street Journal wrote that companies are dropping Excel because it doesn't work well with data—a problem that was solved more than twenty years ago.

How Your Company Can Work Without Limits in Excel

"CFOs at companies including P.F. Chang’s China Bistro Inc., ABM Industries Inc. and Wintrust Financial Corp. are on a similar drive to reduce how...

How to Reproduce Your Excel Work Across Many Categories, Part 3 of 3

Part 1 of this series about analytical spawning with Excel described how Excel users often need to spawn one model or report across many related...
Here's how to apply an Excel report, forecast, or analysis for one product, division, or other categoy to any number of categories. Part 2 of 3.

How to Reproduce Your Excel Work Across Many Categories, Part 2 of 3

As I explained in Part 1 of this series, Excel users often need to apply many instances of data to one model or forecast, list...
Here's how we Excel users can replicate one report or analysis across many similar categories of data, like regions, products, departments, and so on.

How to Reproduce Your Excel Work Across Many Categories, Part 1 of 3

A member of an Excel forum recently asked how to solve a problem that many Excel users face in various forms. In his particular case,...

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Growing too fast can be dangerous to your company's health. Use the Sustainable Growth Rate ratio to track your company's financial ability to grow.

How Fast Is Too Fast?

(Originally published in Inc Magazine.) What typically tops the list of worries of the chief executive officers of fast growing companies? Financing that growth, according...

How to Smooth Data by Using the TREND Function

Years ago, I read that Prof. William S. Cleveland had suggested that data could be smoothed by calculating a centered trendline through adjacent data—a...
Two economists have introduced a new leading indicator, which predicts a recession soon. These Excel charts illustrate their insight. If they're correct, Excel users will be very busy in the months ahead.

Consumer Sentiment Suggests a 2022 Recession

In recent months, business websites have speculated about recessions and stagflation in 2022. These predictions could affect your Excel work significantly in the next few...
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