5 years ago I made 4 changes in my professional and personal life, one of them was to change. In this post I am sharing the skills I developed from my audit experience and used as strength to change to controlling, what I had to learned to transition to controlling, the different fields of controlling and how I continue to grow.
650+ tips on Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook. This is a collection of more than 650 tips to make you better at all the Windows and Microsoft Office tools. Shortcuts, tips, tutorials from Karen Roem
You want to make your idea more visual? You want a quick solution to transform your PowerPoint presentation and make it more professional? Get this free PowerPoint Template. You will find inside some great ways to present ideas, list topics, show a project schedule, etc... and on top I added some free icons!
Are you looking for the best way to present some data? I found a simple and helpful guide from the Financial Times. In this guide the visualizations are arranged by type of data relationship and then you have a short explanation to guide you choose the most appropriate chart.
Waterfall Charts are one of the best way to visualize variances between 2 reporting periods or between figures budgeted and actuals. Get this free template here!
Un étudiant m’a envoyé quelques questions sur mon expérience en Audit. J’ai décidé de prendre le temps de lui répondre par écrit. Voici mes réponses: Concernant votre expérience d’auditeur Quelles ont été vos responsabilités et vos missions principales en tant que manager ? Planifier l‘audit (equipes, risques, timing, rdv clients et partner)Executer l‘audit (revoir les … Continue reading Quelques mots sur mon expérience en audit (article in French)
Learn more about the 5 whys. Five whys (or 5 whys) is an iterative interrogative technique used to explore the cause-and-effect relationships underlying a particular problem. The primary goal of the technique is to determine the root cause of a defect or problem by repeating the question "Why?". Each answer forms the basis of the next question. The "five" in the name derives from an anecdotal observation on the number of iterations needed to resolve the problem.
Have you heard about the Rule of 72 ?
Imagine you could calculate how long it take to double your money just with a simple formula.
The rule of 72 is really simple and works as explained below
Doubling Time (# years) = 72/Interest Rate
Microsoft compiled 50 time-savings Excel Shortcuts (for Windows) I find the shortcuts for formatting cells pretty useful. For example, I am using the "Ctrl + Shift + %" every time I am calculating percentages in Excel and I want to apply the percentage format instead of the standard format. Bonus: Get a free course to … Continue reading 50 time-savings Excel Shortcuts
Get the tutorial Excel file by clicking here: 10 tips for Excel charts and start training yourself to improve making charts in Excel! Today I found a simple but excellent tutorial from Microsoft. You get 10 tips to make charts in a faster and simpler way. I particularly like the tips number 4 and 9.