Great Instruction by Prof Christian - very lucid and with real world examples. Learning a business skill is mostly learning observation.. Now I know what to observe when looking for productivity!
I found this course to be very informational; the practice and homework were excellent to prepare for the exams, and the instructor covered all material in the lectures that was on the exams.
By Moetaz A•
Very informative course and does contains lots of practical examples and exercises!
Strongly recommended for those who run business and would like to understand how to create good processes and high-quality operations.
By PRANJAL S•
The course was very informative and detailed. I will take this oppurtunity to thank coursera and The Wharton School to have such an amazing platformfor people to come and learn with real examples.
THANKS COURSERA TEAM.
By Tyrel B•
Very Time Consuming, process analysis and statistical probability are very interesting. I do feel however that I will have difficulty actually applying 95% of the material to my present day business.
By Adan P•
I feel there were not enough examples for the problems sets. It took me longer than normal to solve them. Especially when the teacher made a small change to how it's supposed to be solved.
By Harry M•
Over all very positive, some of the exam questions were very simple compared to the course work, so i'm not sure how valuable the course will be on my CV, but that remains to be seen.
By Varun V P•
Quite detailed and lengthy but an intriguing course. Many relevant examples have been included by the Professor to make contents easy for the user. Overall satisfactory!
Very detailed coverage of topics however the lecturer lacks sufficient energy in delivery and this could be solved when recording the lecture from an real classroom.
By Keiji H•
Although very hard to listen to the professor because of his accent and very hard to read his hand written words, the content itself is really useful and practical.
By Rahul S M•
The course is very relevant to Industrial/Operations/Management professionals. Thanks a lot to the instructor (Prof. Christian Terwiesch) for designing the course.
By Matt G•
Some quiz questions are hard to understand... the math and problem solving is the easy part. Understanding what they question is looking for is the biggest battle.
By Punit J•
Good course. Provides excellent understanding of real world problems. It could be made more interesting by including more real world problems and scenarios.
By Gautam A K•
Introduction to Operations Management is a good course to learn key concepts such as process analysis, bottlenecks, flows rates, and inventory levels.
By Lutz E•
By far not as good or demanding/challenging as the one from Kellogg. Still not bad. Also significantly shortened compared to the earlier incarnations.
By Reed L•
The course material is good, however several of the test scenarios varied from the demonstrated practices. Also, the iOs app didn't work correctly.
By Benoît G•
Good introduction. Concise. The simple examples are good. Lacking examples to illustrate practical challenges in large, complex enterprises.
By Ailsa L•
The examples chosen kept the course very interesting. Interesting applications of the topics covered. More maths needed than I had expected.
By Emmanuel O•
Loved the content. I am in Operations and this course brought out the key aspects that are critical for successful operations management.
By Rosa P M V•
The feedback about the questions are not available at the end of the course. I disagree with this, however all the content it was ok.
By Vladislav L•
The course was really interesting and helpful for me. It gave me very good system approach towards different operations processes.
By Jakub K•
Great course with lots of interesting information. In my opinion, only the lean approach in this course could be more detailed.
By LUO J•
The materials are lot harder than I imagined. And it doesn't help that the Chinese subtitles are wrong for half of the course.
By Eric W L•
A challenging course that is rewarding to finish. I enjoyed Prof's dry sense of humor and examples of industry application.
By Lado J•
The process was not motivating or interesting. Otherwise materials and quizes were interesting but the videos not so much.
By Meghna V•
Great introduction to operations management. The instructor makes the concepts very easy to understand and fun to follow.
By Arman A•
Well structured course. Nails the basics little by little throughout the weeks. Timely practice with homeworks i