To all the professors: My Hearty thanks for developing this course. Got a vast knowledge on how to grow & scale the new found venture. Looking forward complete the certification & capston project
The course is very useful for entrepreneurs. For me it is much more information intense than Entrepreneurship 4. It's worth to review certain topics when you actually run the company.
por Yuxin C•
The week 4 is not that clear. Hopefully, Wharton may host similar course at huntsman. To ask some questions face to face can be pretty nice. Thanks
por Amit D•
Another brilliantly design course module which sharpens and imparts clarity to the budding entrepreneurs which in turn help build the confidence.
por Opeyemi T•
Learnt a lot on this course and believe it will help as I start my business as a start up consultant
por Tendo K•
Highly informative, and presented in easily consumable lectures with plenty of relevant examples .
por AJIT T•
Very informative and practical course. I could relate much to the course.
por Iván C S R•
Thanks for covering this topic, which is really important for success.
por Dmitrii M•
This is course is the good to set up mindset for future business.
por João N•
excelente curso, direto e fácil de assimilar. Recomendarei.
por Ahmed A•
very useful general
week 4 the lecturer speaking too fast
por Влад Р•
Too much unuseful basics.
por Christopher T O•
Not challenge enough!
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por Matthew H•
This course, compared to certain others on this platform, lacks interactive stimulus. It is well presented, however, I think the International School of Business in Germany has a similar offering for 9.99.
por Anna N•
I think that the above course was a little bored. I would like something with more practice and less theory.
por Karan N•
Please put more content. The content is very less.
por thierry c•
interesting but many concepts too basics
por Maria B•
I got this course to develop entrepreneurial skills and maybe improve them as I only have minimal experience in this field. The First and probably the second part out of this five-part course was relatively easy to follow along. An effort has been made. to cover the fundamentals for a beginner however as I moved along I found it harder to grasp on the key concepts.
Apart from Karl Urlich and to some extent Kartik, the rest of the instructors are not explicit enough in delivering the key concept. Dr. David I believe wasn't able to all of the key concepts clear enough for a person of my intellect to understand. Overall some difficult concepts have been included in the course but not enough effort has been made to make all of them easily understandable for a person without a business education background.