The more data you have, the harder it is to highlight key metrics. Can data analysis in Excel and preparing presentations in PowerPoint clarify the main tendencies in your datastore? Or do you drown into unrelated reports and typical slides? Dashboard created in Power BI is the best way to combine data analysis and storytelling. Plenty of charts, cards, and Key Performance Indicators are matched on one dashboard. This tool is useful for CEO and non – management employees as well. Managers are able to control the progress of different departments, product sales, or finishing working processes. As for employees, some dashboards are good motivators to estimate everyone’s progress in comparison with others and push harder.
This short course will help you to get acquainted with presenting data in Power BI. Also, you will learn how to tell a story based on your data. You can take this course lacking a having any experience in working with Power BI and Excel. However, you should install Microsoft Power BI on your PC. I hope, this quick introduction will convince you to add using Power BI into your everyday working routine. This in turn help to improve business processes in your company or department.
A course on building dashboards in Power BI for more experienced users – “Data storytelling with Power BI” – 1
– Implementation of a turnkey BI system: 1
– Dashboards for managers: 1
– Custom BI solutions: M
– Corporate training: V