By SABARISH. S•
I'm confused but finally is it clear
By Earl S•
It was tricky to understand the way they used words that seemed to have more than one meaning, and place it into the specific category they were referring to. It's like Google has it's own culture which feels like Cloud change if a newer technology suddenly springs up one day. I guess the knowledge here is good for another 5 to 10 years. This seemed like a short course more geared towards upper management, which I am not yet but thanks.
By Uwe S•
Really helpful to understand how to plan a cloud journey for a company. Got some ideas on top of the initiatives we have started already as a company. Now it's time to break it down on the team level.
By KRISHANU M•
It was a nice learning curve for me and I can say proudly that I am Google Certified. Thank You Coursera :)
By Ebrahim D•
Google is the brain of computer worlds!
By Lester D D•
Excellent course content and delivery!
By Connie O•
Added to what I knew - good course
By Awadh K S•
it is great learning plateform.
By Frank J•
very well simplified and clear
By Sid K•
Very informative and concise.
By Anna Y•
Thanks a lot.
By Jonathan P A•
MUY FACIL LA EXPLICACION
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By Nicholas C•
Provided a good high level overview of areas related to business change although over simplified and some key areas missing (e.g. benefits realisation).
By Michael C•
Good overview with a focus on people. Didn't get into some of the other areas of the Google Cloud Adoption Framework.
By Sachin A•
Short and simple course to understand basics about managing change when moving to cloud.
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By Andrew D•
The course raised many interesting, and ethical, questions on the definition of "good," behavior modification practices, and analysis of corporate goals. But the lack of interaction with other students did not provide the opportunity to explore these critical questions. Some form of online interaction would offer the chance for improvement.
By Chuck W•
This course would be better positioned for users who not yet made the jump to the cloud, if you've already moved to the cloud, this content is too introductory