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This industry project is designed to allow you to apply the knowledge you have gained throughout the specialization for advising a real company. Our partner company will approach you with two specific questions the company is currently facing and that relate to the content of the specialization. You are asked to choose one of these questions and conduct an in-depth research on the topic. You need to collect relevant information, analyze it and relate it to the content you have learned throughout the Specialization. Based on your findings you will write a final report summarizing your research and consult the company how to deal with the issues they are facing....

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von Roel H

1. Okt. 2020

Great project! Applying your new knowledge on a number of questions a IoT startup has. I liked it a lot though it requires quite some time, but very good practice!

von Alamjot K M

21. Aug. 2020

One of the best specializations on coursera!

von RODRIGO E P M

28. Sep. 2020

An excellent course. Widely recommended.

von Mohammad H A

12. Mai 2018

great

von Andrés F T C

26. Juli 2020

I really liked the project, but it would be great if the teaching staff reviews what people upload to the final project; There are people who upload blank documents and hope to get the certificate with it.

von Andres C

27. Dez. 2020

This capstone project course is a good opportunity to apply the knowledge gained thru the previous courses, but it has to be perfected: 1. It could led to more specific goals that forces to cover more of the material/techniques learned 2. Third course, organizational design, is barely covered here, 3. If this is a professional oriented outcome, it does not have to be so much focused on academic format as it is, I think that is overloaded with formalism that does not contribute to the learning outcome. 4. an most important, peers submissions are plague with plagiarized reports (I have found at least 10 duplicated submissions) that does not care in at least changing their names, this is a shame.