Aug 11, 2017
I had read about the different agiles methodologies out there but It was until I took this course that I could "digest" them and internalize how to chose the right one for me and how to apply them.
Feb 5, 2016
What other way to learn and understand Software Processes and Agile Practices than to register to Software Product Management at the University of Alberta, Canada.\n\nI rate the course 5 star.
By Fiona H•
May 28, 2017
It's really quite boring. Instructors are like reading from a textbook...
By Nithya R•
Mar 29, 2016
Could have been more practice than theory.
Oct 9, 2020
Doing this course coz i had free subscription for couple of months. I have enrolled for the specialization which i would still complete. Having said that the topic in itself was very interesting however the content is nowhere close to product management. Role of Product owner includes: understanding business requirement, creating user stories, prioritizing backlog, understanding business context, Product vision none of the topic is being covered.
This feedback is based on first two courses of the specialization by now all above topics should have been started considering last one course is simulation project. Disappointed with the content.
By Ellinor G•
Nov 4, 2020
Like many other reviewers have said, this course is very badly thought - and executed jus as badly. The lecturers just read a lot of theoretical concepts from a prompter. The few examples and "quizzes" are extremely poorly chosen and explanations are even worse. There are 20 minute videos with not even a single picture or drawing in them, just the lecturer reading and reading and reading a loooong text from the prompter...
Avoid taking this course if you don't have time and money to squander!
By Anna G•
Apr 5, 2020
Dear Kenny Wong,
Thank you for your work. For me, the course seemed a little informative, resources, presentations. The course is not useful to me. Due to the difficult economic situation, could you return the money for the course
By Shriram J•
Jun 21, 2020
Too academic. It's too pedantic. What difference does it make if I call a task an activity or an activity a task? I need real world examples and tips to excel at the job.
By Tamer N•
Aug 10, 2020
very basic and a bit boring