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The Power Pivot feature in Microsoft Excel for Windows allows you to import, merge, and analyze data from many sources. Many people assume Power Pivot is a complex feature reserved for advanced users. Not so! In this short course, instructor Josh Rischin debunks myths around Power Pivot, explaining what it is and the best way to use it. Josh walks you through building a basic data model by identifying your data sources and creating data relationships. Then he shows how to analyze the data and present your results using PivotTables and PivotCharts.

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Joshua Rischin

Joshua Rischin is company director of Axium Solutions, a management consulting firm.

Joshua has worked in the professional services industry for more than 10 years and has delivered quality outcomes to over 20 organizations in both private and public sectors. He undertakes his work with a high degree of professionalism, using an outcomes-based approach to meeting client deliverables. At Axium, Joshua provides tailored, practical, and sustainable solutions to current and emerging business challenges.

Joshua is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD) and is also a senior member of the Australian Computer Society (MACS Snr).

He has attained a PMBOK Foundation accreditation, and holds a Negative Vetting Level 1 Australian government security clearance.

In 2001 Joshua completed the bachelor of commerce and bachelor of economics undergraduate qualifications at Monash University in Melbourne.

When Joshua isn't busy delivering quality outcomes to his clients, he enjoys spending time with his family, bike riding, playing guitar, and listening to music (anything pre-2008).

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