See our bibliography of spreadsheet best practice, risk management, errors and testing, and methods for improving spreadsheets.
Spreadsheets have errors like dogs have fleas. Nine out of every ten spreadsheets suffer some error, and consequences can be severe.
Our spreadsheet methodology has criteria for designing, building, and validating spreadsheets to ensure that they work correctly.
We are conscious of very few of our errors. When people are confronted with their actual error rates, they are typically shocked.
Once information is loaded into a spreadsheet, it acquires properties that it may not deserve – a process called reification.
The twenty principles for good spreadsheet practice aims to reduce the amount of time wasted and the number of errors.
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