Great for people that, like me, does not have a management background but maybe end up dealing with this type of position. Good guidelines, simple but complete and using understandable examples.
This course is very useful for management fraternity whether they are practitioners or academicians\n\nit changes my orientation with relevant examples. Thank you for the wonderful course.
By Giacomo V•
Nice review of all things learned during College.
By Amanda L R•
Good materials, but too long and drawn out.
By Sagi B•
Very basic, not practical. didn't like it.
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By Yunis A•
it is so basic
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By Basil S•
As for information in course itself, it was interesting for me to enroll and to be part of the course.
But I highly dislike that there was a feeling of that the lecturer is trying to remember any things right while the video goes. It is not a real class, it is a video and it could be done much more accurately. There were many many boring moments, while management itself is not a boring discipline, it is very interesting.
Anyway I am glad I participated in the course.
By Will B•
Too simplistic and not enough real world examples. It was clear instructor regurgitated material directly off of the screen, offered zero highlights to real world experience or issues. Rather than wasting a couple hours listening to presentations, download the slides and read them yourself. Disappointing.
By Anand G•
Course material is fine.
But the instructor isn't the most inspiring. The course feels like the instructor is just reading off the presentations.
Overall, just an average course
By Mehul P•
Ok types course. Content appears to be outdated. World has moved on and I was expecting better subject content.
By Pooya S•
frankly so far this is the best in Career Success but still not well presented
By John R•
outdated, and the guy is really hard to listen to for hours.
By zoe H•
Delivery of this course was not great
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By Tijana B•
For such a dynamic topics such as Negotiation, Marketing, Management and Planning - lecturers should have more blood in their veins.
Please, take this into consideration next time. The last couple of courses have almost drained me listening to monotone voices and poor explanations.
By Neil S•
not very good!