I have learned how supply chain operations work in companies. very well understood about. and detail explanation by Professer. I definitely recommand this course for begineers in this field of work.
Really interesting course, learn so much from it.\n\nAnd can't wait to continue the whole specialization.\n\nIt gave me a great insight on six sigma principles, a future green belt six sigma.
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very good one
By Rakin R R•
not so easy
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By Jeanine S•
I really liked the first course in this concentration, and this was the next so I thought it would pretty much be similar in quality. I found this course to be a bit of a struggle to get through for 2 main reasons:
1- Testing for numerical values in this format is difficult. You could have the right answer, but if you don't use the same rounding mechanism or go one numeral beyond what they are asking for, it's wrong.
2- There was not a lot of instruction on the DMAIC process. I really had to get into the supplemental reading to feel that I could complete the assignment; the instruction alone was simply not enough.
By Dragan B•
Peer reviews are an issue, some people don´t do the assignments at all / some people just ask for reviews in the panel and get or give good reviews.... the course itself was very interesting and it helped my understanding on how to use six sigma better but there was the issue with the quiz in week2 where basically everybody had trouble because it was sometimes very unclear what to put in and how to round up/down
By AJ M•
This was better than the last course and actually gave me something to walk away with - the formulas for service levels, safety stocks and EOQ. However, it would have been nice to see how to do these without using excel. For example, when calculating the service level formula, all he did was use the =normsinv formula, and in NO way actually described what it does or how to calculate it without using excel.
By Evan C•
This was a good high level overview, but not nearly the detail I need to get what I want out of some of this. The Six Sigma videos did not help (4 minutes of the professor working on an excel chart). I will need to seek out ASQ training to get what I really need.
By Dhaval D•
Well detailed course on Supply Chain Operations. The forecasting section was interesting. The assignment, however, needed improvement as the rounding guidelines are not clear and responses focus on exact response vs. checking actual learning
By Eduardo Y•
It feels that it is more an overview than trying to teach you something, it is such a important subject but very little information to understand it and keep you interested in the subject
By Pablo T M•
This course is too shallow, and doesn't mention basic Six Sigma statistical control tools... It is good to get an overview of what it is but not deep at all.
By Karan T•
Week 2 assignment was really tough. Need to make this much more easier other wise without peer's help many would not pass!!!!!
By Alexandra B•
It would be good to have some feedback on a qualified teacher /professor rather than being graded by other students always.
By Jesse T•
It gives some good birds eye view of the topic, but I would like to see more in-depth and technical material.
By Siddharth B•
Expected more finer details of operations. The assignment isn't to the level what is asked in logistics
By Murali K•
This course was focussed more on logistics.Try to give clear concepts more regarding supply chain
By Stephan D•
At times very complicated explained and the important parts were cut short
By manuel s g•
Too basic content and easy to complete it
By Abdulrahman A•
the lean tool should have more lectures