Nov 10, 2016
That was quite a fascinating course, at least for someone who does not know anything about anthropology. The tutor did an outstanding job and also provided good readings. Highly recommended.
May 04, 2020
Got an amazing experience in online education with this course and bunch of new knowledge. I would like to thank coursera and University of Pennsylvania team for offering me a financial aid.
Jul 07, 2019
Good info, but thought it would apply more directly to workplace
By Juhi S•
Jan 23, 2018
The topic is very interesting but th
By Nikki A•
Apr 14, 2020
The information was too basic for university level material. The most disappointing part was the way in which the information was presented. In other courses for this specialization, a group of professors conversed and connected dots over subject matter while also providing videos of acted out skits to show progression of teams; it was highly engaging! In this course, it is one professor speaking directly to camera; not engaging at all for learners.
By Caitlin S•
Nov 14, 2019
I don't quite feel like this course matched up with what I felt was described, but it wasn't bad. I learned a lot about anthropological examples of culture formation and change, less about how it works and can be applied inside of companies. While the lecturer is incredibly knowledge, the format could be a bit more engaging probably than him just reading off a teleprompter and standing in front of a cheesy greens screen background.
By Jae C•
May 31, 2020
Too theoretical. This is class for anthropologists. I wanted insights into knowing about team culture that I can apply to existing organizations. Even though there were occasional nuggets, most of the information is laden with terminology that prevents me from using the concepts to take advantage of team culture.
By Mandy A•
Sep 04, 2018
This was not the hardest class I've ever taken on Coursera. I enjoyed the subject matter but wish I could be more challenged.
By Elaine W•
Nov 04, 2018
Although it is interesting to hear this topic taught by an anthropoligist the content was very limited.