Quick and efficient presentation of material with good surface-level rules of thumb that should serve the majority of people in the majority of instances. This is very effectively delivered.
Whilst teaching conventional statistics this course showed how to utilise them from the sigma viewpoint which provided useful additional perspectives that I can take to my job now.
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von Paulo V C•
von Blodwin D J•
von Saeed A B•
von Jeffrey W•
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von Allen J M A•
The course is a practical way to make yourself familiar with the different terminologies and jargon used in Six Sigma. However, the course lacks sufficient reading materials such as external links or downloadable pdf's to let the students learn even more. Some of the modules also lack interaction with the students as the video presentation seemed to be a mere powerpoint presentation. It would be nice to increase interaction with students to increase the likelihood of learning.
von Alberto G•
The course comprises well the principles of project management and estatistics in order to define and measure a problem. It would have been great to include practical examples, especially what concerns the data collection and sampling plans. Some questions os the graded quizes cannot be found on the suggested book or the course material.
von Kunal C•
The course was good and gave me an overview of statistics, project management, and data collection. It would have been great if the data to be read is made a little bit easy to understand for technical background students.
von S. A A•
A good course. Puts much prior learning into the Six Sigma context. However, there are a few typos/errors in the text that are confusing and some of the quiz questions should be re-worded for clarity.
von Ruchita J•
The course is well-designed to cover the topics of define and measure such as project development and management and basic statistics. The course instructors make the material easy to understand.
von Carlos A•
The biggest problem of this course is that the textbook material isn't available to the students, and has a very high cost, making it hard to obtain to most of Coursera community.
von Fernando C•
they have to improve the presentations and the ways they teach, some of them are only facilitating information not teaching, however I really enjoyed week 3, good professor!
Useful and interesting topics, well explained and structured. I give four stars because I would have liked a higher level of insight and some additional practical example.
von Nicolas E V G•
Although statistics are not the focus of study, That part could be a little longer and detailed so people that is not accustomed to numbers could reinforce weak points
von Tashkin W•
The videos of week 4 had audio sync problems. Gave a hard time understanding data collection techniques. Otherwise, the course content was up to the mark more or less.
von Samantha J S P•
The course is good, the topics are good, understandable and easy to learn. But there is a huge problem with the Spanish Subtitles and sometimes it confuse you a lot.
von Nulu M g•
Book reading is bit difficult to common people, Referred is too expensive. If course provide the material i am one of the happiest person in this course students
von Esteban R•
Some of the slides do not follow or agreed with lectures. Very superficial lectures. The slides are not the same as presented in the lectures.
von Leslie C•
I feel as though the online could have given us more real life examples and training for each data collection and analysis mentioned.
von Enrique M C M•
Very good teaching and explanation. The only thing i didn't like is that i felt it was too much information too tightly packed
von Diana D•
I like the course but I was willing to star applying some concepts in a small proyect. Any ways still very excited to continue.
von Venkatesan P•
Sir David Cook's notes were difficult to follow. Often times there was no sync between the lecture audio and subtitles.
von Eduardo A d O•
Very well planed but the most indicated reading is an expensive book. Formulas might be better presented in the slides.