Extremely insightfull and practical course,\n\nTouches on a number of aspects of leadership in today's world. I found the reading material very useful, sometimes voluminous but extremely relevant.
This course will certainly help you know each stepping stone during your leadership journey.\n\nKnow the crisis and how we can sail through it, and kind of Leadership traits.\n\nKudos to the team.
By BHAUMIK S S•
one of the finest course I did through coursera. I really like the practical way to learn the leadership theory.
By Lars B•
Good Examples also the films were esp. the film shown with the CEO from Boeing who has given great insights. Very helpful.
By Aristides C•
Even if you are not the CEO of a US public company, this course has many teaching that can be applied in any situation.
By Aditya S K•
Really Nice course with very relevant and interesting case studies and videos for 21st century leadership challenges
By Emily P•
Really enjoying the course. Lots of great content and I like the variety of ways the material is presented.
By Kelly-Ann B•
I found this course extremely informative, the interaction and structure of the course, held my attention
By Sarah J•
wish you could talk to a teacher... or someone if you had questions about the material
By ANULUK S•
That's very good course for training and sharing the useful idea with the varied s
By Kumar M•
Thought provoking course on Leadership in 21st Century Organizations.
By Bistra P•
Sections on managing talent and corporate culture could be better
By Sumit T•
Course was so informative and comprehended.
By Jacob R•
Great content and a very innovative
By Aamir H K•
Case study was not very catchy
By Dr.T.N.M.THARINNI M•
By Kleithem M A•
good to study
By Manojkumar P•
By Yusuf A•
Not good as expected.
First of all WSJ articles are paid. You can not read without paid subscription and there are questions in quizzes from these articles.
Some of youtube videos are not reachable due to account is removed from youtube.
Also there are some websites or blogs that are not reachable too.
You should review the content health and I think you should host course content on your own site.
By Miguel C•
I liked the content of the course as well as the structure. What should be corrected or improved:
Links to webpages that don't exist anymore
Links to articles that you have to pay
Very old multimedia material. Although the content is valid, videos from twenty years ago look like food beyong expiry date.
By Stephen R•
I would rate this course a 5/5 if not for the final assignment which I don't believe adds much to the course particularly with regards to reviewing the work of other students and being reviewed by other students.
By Eshaan G•
This course is boring. I want to unenroll this.
By Rajiv S•
This course has very interesting way of teaching which professor called as dramatized episodes. Aspects of leadership like Strategy formulation, Leading in crisis, Managing talent, Leading collaboration, Communication in an age of radical transparency, Motivating and Inspiring, Effective governance, Leading change, Leading innovation, Leading execution, Stakeholder management, Public life & private life of CEO, etc. is narrated and acted by protagonist Jim Barton. Another interesting way of presentation is that it is not recorded like a normal film. It is free of any special effects or production design. Though it is tried to disguise this as often as possible, one can see that the actors are reading from scripts. Professor explains that, It's common practice in the theater when someone want to develop new scripts and have limited time to do so, to produce what is called staged readings, where actors read from the script. It allow to concentrate on storytelling through dialogue between people without the fuss of a lot of visual production elements.
By Richard S•
I really enjoyed how the course was built. The videos of the Jim Barton story made the topics, themes and frameworks discussed in the course much easier to understand and really brought the topics to life! Also filling in some frameworks with more real-life stories from various countries made the course very practical. The aim of the course to make you reconsider leadership styles, find your own and start the journey to becoming a better leader is 100% achieved. There are, of course, some topics that could be expanded or discussed in more detail, but I think that's all of our jobs to dive into the topics we found interesting and that resonated with each one of us. Thank you for an amazing course!
By Rajsingh R•
Very intensive and informative course, that was supplemented by the expert opinions on the diverse nuances of 21st centuries leadership. Every module was organized professionally with its unique content, tests and discussion topics! Evidently it can be said, that 10 weeks of training have been much more interesting. I believe each participant received not only the knowledge but also a lot of practical information about how leader has to manage different situation efficiently and effectively without compromising desired outcome. I would like to emphasize the enormous efforts of the course mentors for preparing the materials and very clear answers.
By Yong C K•
1) The role play video about Jim Burton took up the assignment and eventually helped the company transformed from military airline to commercial airline was a fantastic way of teaching.
2) Reading materials provided are highly relevant to the course, and had enlightening me about leadership requirements, apart from that, moral and image are more important in Asia culture than western culture.
3) Ethical was not mentioned in the course, however, I am of the opinion that it is getting more serious now than the past, many corporate corruption resulting from personal interest and without observing ethical issue.
By Athena S•
Great insights and examples shared during the course which are relevant to the current scenario. I appreciate the perspective shared on diversity and inclusion. The dandelion metaphor was an eye opener besides the example of IT companies in Denmark embracing autism has a quality of strength. The course provided a strong progression of learning from one module to the other.
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