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.
Deeper understandings on using Six Sigma and Lean Thinking although there are many tools to be used but understanding of using it makes the different and this course is guiding it very thororugly.
By Krishna K•
Well compiled course, good instructions and well researched training material. Challenging assignment. But quiz can be made a little more difficult for this level of participants.
By Jermaine M P•
This is a very good course. The introduction of the Lean Six Sigma concept and how it applies to operation efficiency is very important to understand this part of the supply chain
By Jigneshkumar N P•
Very difficult part for lean inventory but later shorted out, i believe still question has confusion and because of that lot of student's facing problem. but worth course.
By Yusuf N A•
Some assignment have to be reviewed again, especially for calculation of safety stock, kanban, combined standard deviation, etc. But overall it's a good course!
By Umang M•
Some things were rushed through the course but still gave a good insight into important topics such as Safety stock, Inventory management and Six Sigma.
By Archisman B•
The last week 4 did not place enough impetus on lean and gemba. Also 5's was very superficial. seemed like we just skimmed through which wasn't great.
By Shubham B•
Case Study Links doesnt work. More content on Six Sigma tool should be introduced. Other than that, the curse is quite comprehensive and well taught!
By Mohammad A A•
The course is hard at some times. Week 3 is little bit vague to understand. Final Peer Grade assignment was not relegated to the course I think.
By RINI C J•
Good course for beginners to understand SC Operations, Lean concepts, Kanban, Kaizen, 5S and also good introduction to Six Sigma concepts
By Abbas A•
Excellent videos and reading material. The instructor was great. The quizzes and assignments were confusing and poorly written at times.
By Huzaifa Y•
The course was more focused in calculation and less concentrated in explaining the terms. Overall, it was a well-outlined course
By Syed S A•
The course material is very good and informative ,but i would highly recommend you sort out the issues with the 2nd weeks quiz.
By Srijan A•
The course was helpful in understanding the intricacy involved in achieving the quality and standard that companies provide.
Solutions to practice exercises could be more elaborately provided which will help one analyze the mistakes he is making
By Michael T M•
Solid course, but I am surprised how briefly it covered Lean and the statistical process control aspect of Six Sigma.
By Bart R•
Thorough review of applicable lean six sigma princples. I miss out Pareto analysis and Matrix priority tools though.
By Jesús S T G•
Very good course to get into operations, however, it would be better if more practical examples and tasks are added.
By Omulu O L•
This so practical, it gives me insight and opinion my mind in the world of transforming input, knowledge to output.
By Jay V V•
Exceptional Teaching and a great learning experience. The live warehouses and the examples taken were quite good.
By Sandeep R S•
The Course is designed in a simple manner with sufficient tools to address Operational quality assessment needs.
By Vishnu M•
The course was really informative. it gives all the basics of supply chain in operations perspective.
By ROBIN A•
The teacher is very pedagogic.
I thought the course was a bit light and could go further in Six-sigma.
By Sergio C•
It is basic but it is clear the assessment can be used to dive deep into the six sigma concepts
By Vighas V R•
I would give 4 rating because the assignment has to be valued by someone. No one is evaluating.
By Thảo T•
Some misunderstood about Six Sigma but finally, I can finish. It's really an interested course.