Hello. In the first place, if you want to raise your Excel skills to intermediate or advanced level, most of the time you are mainly required to use it at work at intermediate level or higher. For example, if you are a manager in the sales department, you have to manage people, goods, and money numerically. Now it’s common for every department to explain things with numbers, right? That’s where Excel comes in. I don’t think these people have much to worry about.

However, there are still people who recognize that “numbers are accounting work” and “I am a sales manager, so I can only use PowerPoint”, and excuse me, but can these people talk about numbers? I sometimes feel anxious.

As I mentioned earlier, the main job of managers should be to manage the limited resources of people, goods, and money skillfully and maximize profits. If you are a manager who spends a lot of time on PowerPoint all day for a one-minute presentation at the morning meeting, is it really manageable in the true sense?

I’m not saying that PowerPoint is all bad. You may be a good salesperson and need to create PowerPoint on a daily basis as presentation materials to new prospects. However, yes, I think it is a little different for managers to create materials that use a lot of animation for a long time and manual work for presentation to their relatives.

Excel is indispensable for quickly and objectively knowing the results and status using numbers. At that time, an indicator will be created in line with the purpose of each administrator. Even if we say indicators, I think that the difference and percentage from the previous term will be the mainstay, but it is not an exaggeration to say that there are as many detailed item settings as there are people in which products in which fields.

The concept of Nyacom is that the best way to realize and implement the wish that it would be extremely convenient if it could be automatically aggregated and displayed is to quickly polish your Excel skills.

It’s a usage of Excel that probably 99 percent of people have never seen or heard of. However, even in foreign companies and Japanese companies, it is a very common usage in some management departments. It is essential to manage by theory and reasoning, not by fluffy feeling. This range is not limited to Excel skills alone. It also affects the way we think about the bigger stuff.

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