Jan 28, 2020
Thank you to Coursera for such a great platform to improve our skills and literacy.The learning environment offered here is completely a learn at your own pace environment,making it flexible to learn.
Aug 30, 2020
The course is a very great asset to any aspiring project manager. You get to understand the fundamentals and essentials in any given project and the means to ameliorate conflicts amongst stakeholders.
By Mario T•
Feb 25, 2017
There are too many poured notions without practical explanations or case studies. Slides are read bullet point after bullet point without added value. The course is not compelling in any way. Too many references to a book said to be not compulsory.
In the final exam right answers are not given.
The course gives you just a smattering of the subject, nothing that you can apply with confidence on the job.
By pranav g•
Aug 13, 2016
I felt the initial splash screen was a bit time consuming, also lot of the knowledge felt like more bookish. Could have been different styles of management and approaches or even how leaders in the past like Dale Carneige would have approached. This course has a lot of potential and I feel revising the next version would make it so much better for novice program managers
By Hasini K•
Jul 29, 2020
I like the case study videos in all of the weeks. They seem like scenarios which everyone would come across at any given point of time. But I wish there was more of video content than reading content. I pushed myself real hard to read the content. Would've preferred to have the lecturer explain all of that instead of having it all handed over in the written format.
By Ivan R•
Dec 5, 2020
You can't print out lessons and they look like they are printouts from PBOK, professors is acting like she is teaching the kindergarten, video's are extremely boring and useless, very simple subject is written in incredibly complicated way. Two stars only because notes are very good and very useful, but you need to rewrite them.
By Robert B M•
May 11, 2016
The flash tutorials are helpful. Instructor quality is low, production quality of instructor videos is low. Not on par with the University of Virginia project management course. Pace of course is also extremely slow, though it may be appropriate for novice students. That should be made clear up-front in the course description.
By Peter S•
May 18, 2020
Wish I'd been told before starting how much content relied on having the PMBOK book. Lack of linear structure to the planning process was quite confusing. The teaching seemed to flit back and forward the process. Left a litte confused about the correct order to tackle things in.
By Diaa A•
Feb 18, 2022
The course is mostly a read out of the PMBOK with quizzes that verify that you memorized what was in the slides rather than actually understood it.
The final exam was just a collection of all the previous quizzes with the exact same questions repeated.
By Bruno V•
Dec 16, 2017
well organized course, teach you the basics of project management.
Rated 2 stars: no point in paying if you don't have any course material, like downloadable presentation, which are crucial if you want to review what you've studied.
By Jürgen B•
Dec 17, 2020
Instructor and lectures are good, but the Adobe Flash-based materials are annoying and difficult / impossible to use for future reference. Also Flash is being EOL'ed.
Overall the course is OK, but should go into a bit more depth.
By Dan-Timon R•
Mar 31, 2016
Good as overview, but pretty shallow. Only some slides to read through, no real exercises but constant reference to the standard project management book. Pretty fast click-through as start into project management.
By Eleanor C•
Apr 23, 2021
Subject matter is presented clearly with good examples. It is easy to understand the presenter. I would have preferred there be more panels and actual case studies rather than lectures and made-up cases.
By LUANA N M•
Oct 12, 2020
The other courses I took at coursera were much better, so I expected more from this one. The flash lessons aren't that good for this generation at least, and soon google chrome will no longer support flash
By Tobias d G•
Feb 24, 2017
The course is not interactive enough, it's a waterfall of dry information. I'd expected more based on the generally good reviews. Say, more examples, better videos. Think twice before buying.
Jun 24, 2021
Content is too superficial, can be aasily replaced with an brief overview article. Poor quality of video material - some phrases are cut in the middle where pieces are stitched together
By Enzo M•
Jun 3, 2022
I was surprised that the slides can only be visualized online, students should have access to fully downloadable resources for proper studying and reviewing.
By Edward G•
Jan 10, 2022
I cannot find a link to ask questions. My question is :
Why can't I download narratives and what appears to be power point lessons from the course?
By oranut s•
Jul 20, 2020
It's for the young worker who just starts to work in the office. The lesson may be too simple for the experienced officer
By peyman s•
Dec 18, 2016
Despite having high quality contents, the quantity wasn't as much as I expected. The number of videos could be a lot more.
By Helga B•
Jan 24, 2021
This course is too theoretical for me, I really miss some practical homework each week.
By Toby P•
Oct 18, 2015
Some good concepts and stories, but lacking in specific techniques.
By Kustarev D•
Oct 21, 2021
Because of the new PMBoK version issued this course is outdated
By Danish J•
Feb 9, 2019
It should be alligned with PMBOK 6th Edition
By Sanghamitra K•
Apr 6, 2021
Where is the other parts
By Euromina T•
Mar 15, 2019
Not interactive enough.
By Ali F•
Apr 14, 2020
It was just theory!