This was very interesting and detailed oriented learning experience, giving insights towards the overall design leg strategy and components of creating a design led customer driven value proposition.
This is great course. It was informative, relevant to today's way of working and it was enjoyable. Highly recommended.\n\nMany thanks to the team at Univeristy of Sydney who delivered this course,
By Mathew N•
Good insight on design thinking and its application in Corporate environment.
By Kartikey G•
A good primer and experience on business strategy and design thinking.
By Thomas O•
I think the course was nicely put together. Well done to the team.
By Bhavesh L•
Fruitful course with excellent content & tutor.
By TAM H Y•
A good introduction to Design Strategy.
By Alessandra C•
very interesting and well explained
By Ivan T•
nice and concise course.
By Andy R•
Clear video, concise!
By Anadi S•
By Filipe V G•
The course is a very good introduction about the exposed subjects. Even better if:
-Use more examples when explaining principles. The course ends up very superficial and theoretical even with the cases used they just talk about things but they haven't shown any real example. It would be much better they show real examples of each section (persona, MVP, prototype, canvas...)
-Lots of links from the reading materials are offline
-Most of the links are not very useful and from good sources. I'd expect more resources as the one used in the first week from HBS
By Steeve P•
Good overview of the design thinking process, but despite the title, it is still very focused on digitization products. I was hoping that there would be more comparing and contrasting with established strategy frameworks.
By Tishia Q•
The material is a bit old and this format makes it really easy for people to slack off and cheat.
By Felipe E V C•
This course is extremely basic and isn't really worth your time. The weekly assignments aren't challenging nor highly revealing and the whole course could've been summarized in a single week as part of a bigger one. The final assessment is the creation of a Business Model Canvas which isn't really explained in the lessons and you could just Google how to make it if you've never seen one before. The main instructor Eric Knight barely appears in the course and all the lessons are provided by Dr Carla Harris; this is actually the only good thing about the course since she is very well prepared and knowledgeable. Still there are way better design thinking courses in Coursera so check out those before because sadly this one isn't worth it.