A very informative and easy course. I loved studying it, the professor was very well versed and delivered the lectures in a way so that students find it easy to understand the text and context.
A concise and informative course. The course consolidates my fundamental knowledge about the different components and concepts of problem-solving and decision-making. I really learned a lot.
von Frederic B•
I would recommend it for a first introduction to problem solving. But not for experienced professional. It is very theoretic.
von Mangesh L•
Theoretically good course, could have been made more interesting by including more examples or cae studies.
von Mohannad A H•
Material is less than expected, Quiz is difficult comparing to what has been given in the course
von Nikita P•
Too simplistic. Just provides a few common sense methods of making decision, nothing more.
von Laya I•
this course needs much more evidences and examples to support the valuable information.
von Ahmed M R•
the course is theoretical, it would be better with more examples and case studies.
von Mohamed Y•
The course is well organized but I don't think it covered all the basics.
von Kareem M O•
Very brief , some points are leaved without explanation
von nicolas b•
It's a really superficial course, I expected more.
von Tim L•
Great first starter but poorly done
von Jani S•
Somehow simple presentations.
von Jessica T•
vague and boring, sorry.
Very limited in scope
von Augusto U•
von Michael C•
von KARANGWA P•
Problem solving is an analytical process used to identify the possible solutions to the situation at hand. Making decisions is a part of problem solving. Problem solving is a complex process, and judgement calls or decisions will have to be made on the way. Decision making is a choice made by using one's judgement. Good problem solvers are good thinkers.
They usually see problems as challenges and life experiences and try to stand above them, objectively. Good problem solvers use a combination of intuition and logic to come up with their solutions.
von Victor O C d O•
The course has a very important content. But I believe that it could improve it's quality, develop better slides, the teacher could be more dynamic.
Other features like innovative assignments based on real life, partnerships with companies to provide content, and everything that could be a differential to the course will be awesome.
von Borislav A•
Disappointing materials and read through videos. The examples are stated in a non professional level. As a person who is used to take notes to get the essence of a video it was very disappointing
At least there should be a reference literature attached to this "course". I do not think anyone can gain any value out from this
von Amber E•
Terrible delivery. The course content looks super useful. However, I could not get past the poor oral presentation by the instructor. Please update this course with a new oral presentation! Looks awesome, I am sure he knows what he is talking about. But his poor speaking skills are not worth my time.
-The material is too simple.
-Presentation is too boring, old, not interesting.
-i could not compete the first assessment as i had to enroll in another course !
-i do not think i will ever take any other course with coursera
von Mansour A•
This course has nothing to do with problem solving. It talks about statistics and different chart types and their usefulness. It does not give any insight on how to think or steps to find a problem or it's solution !
von A. F M M H B•
It's not an useful course as I expected. The instructor's lecture is very boring , unclear. He just discuss some theory but not explained them properly. I just waste my time maybe.
von Kyle W•
I can't deal with Rob Stone. He talks a lot of hypatheticles and I have struggled through all of the courses here that he has taught. He spends way too much time on each slide.
von Luiz A d L N•
Very basic mook with superficial classes about problem-solving techniques. A deeper presentation about Pareto and root causes analysis would be more valueble.
von rajinder s s•
Did not cover insights of decision making. Just run through the bookish knowledge. I was expecting some experiential insights into decision making.