A great experience of learning about business strategy..many concepts refreshed that I studied during my MBA. A great teaching approach by the faculty; a blend of readings, videos, and quizzes!!
Very interesting, varied lectures with relevant presentations of Danish companies in all sorts of situations. The assignment was fun to do, but the grading process could be a bit smoother.
By Josue D•
I wish teachers look at our work too rather than student though they do their jobs.
By Augustine Q•
Too few students.
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By Ankur G•
This is a very simple, brief and useful course.
The modules are short, concise but do not go into lot of details. Is a good course to audit/browse for free but may not be good enough against a verified option. Anyways, paying for verified course is subject to personal value derivation.
While I had rated earlier for the above reasons before the course finished. I am facing the exact same problem with this course as I faced with earlier course.
The grading process is badly constructed for final assignment. In fact, now I am learning from coursera staff that may be there are not enough students to grade my peer review assignment.
So please do audit this course but do not be trapped in specialization.
By Gayathri R S•
The speaking style and body language of the instructor was quite monotonous when teaching the content. For the most part of the course, it felt like the instructor was just "reading" the teleprompter without blinking for several seconds! He did not attempt to teach the students in these videos. It could have been MUCH better if he had used better presentation tools and shorter sentences.
By Mark R•
This course is ok at best. There are not enough practical tools given, too much reliance of case studies with very little taught relevance, the final assignment is very poorly written and frankly confusing for no educational value.
By Matthew C•
While the content of this course was presented in an engaging way, the assessment task lacks context. To then be asked to peer review others based on this is particularly disengaging.
By Alvaro J•
The course could have developed on new theories of strategic planning, the concepts were basic and if you joined the specialization, the second course added only a few new points.
By Cindy H•
The professor isn't that great, and really difficult to follow (high speed, English pronunciation not obvious). The assignment was also really similar to the
By Walter J•
At times a direct contrast the the precursor class. Assignments too easy. Lectures okay but syllabus lacked structure. Too easy. Wasted time.
By Nachiket M•
Extremely outdated course content.
The relevance of the course is scanty in 2020. The course is good for those who are undergraduates but post graduate people should not be provided this course. The course content is extremely dates and examples are as well are quite old (before 2015). This course doesn't add any value to those who have already completed their post graduation in management.
By Christoph S•
The course content is presented in a very good way. It is explained in an understandable way and examples provide a good insight. The final assignment is ambiguously described. This is very frustrating if you invest a lot of time and recognize that all classmates proceeded in a different way.
By Oscar Z•
After having completed the Business Strategy course, I feel disappointed about Strategy Formulation. The professor's accent is hard to understand, and also based on Porter's studies, that according to the previous course were outdated.
By Fernando B A•
Course 1 was really enriching, but this second stage didn't achieve the level that it's supposed, videos should be remake in order to connect with learners, materials should be upgrade to fulfill expectations.
By Carl H R•
Nice form, shallow content. Simply too simple. Beware: upgrade / fee required for last two exams.
By Mania A•
I did not like this course