Beautiful course, extremely useful. I have learned a lot and have recommended it to all my team members. I will go over the material for a long time, there's just so much to learn and implement.
Course design is really good. All the speakers have given good inputs which are very much needed for entrepreneurs to convert their ideas into the market place.
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por PENAGOS N F C•
some of the lectures are very informative, inspiring, have content that I didn't see in other entrepreneur courses provided by other institutions, these lecturers concerning are great. but some are disappointing. the lecturers just not very enthusiastic and profressional. the sound effect of videos is a little bit poor. hope the next course will be better.
por DUBBASI B•
It's useful for who entered into the marketing department that's person should maintain the entrepreneurship or innovative marketing field of marketing and management condeation should be getting on to them.
por Yuli S P T•
In some lessons, teachers appear to be nervous so it's important to pay attention to that. Although the course is interesting, I expected more tools to be innovative and to create ways to join the marketplace.
por Patricio R A•
Very good content and examples.
The software recommendations are not a good idea, because the course it's going old quickly.
Will be focused not on USA laws for human resources only.
por Marianne H•
The course was really helpful and gives a great overview. I only give 4 stars because some of the assignments were repetitive from the Course 1 (Idea Generation)
por Mordechai S•
An excellent course. There were surprising insights in almost every class. I also enjoyed the practical mindset displayed by the staff and course materials.
por Paula L•
Pretty good perspective, but geared towards app-based businesses. Not certain how the recommendations in this course relates to biotech start-ups.
por PARTH Y•
course should be reviewed more precisely and some glithces are there that should be rectified.
por Nishant R•
i like the way of teaching and explaining each and every information successfully
por Беляев М О•
Good introduction to marketing for persons who don't marketing at all
por Swetapadma P P•
Valuable insights, definitely a recommended launch pad.
por Affonso S•
Good only for technology type entrepreneurship
por Herman D•
I learned many things new for my start-up.
por Rupa S•
Thank You, Dr. Thomas J. Mierzwa.
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por Laxmikant S•
very nice and good.
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por Victor L•
Although weeks 1 through 3 are interesting and engaging, weeks 4 and 5 seem a bit disconnected from the course narrative seen in the first three weeks, and at times it gives the impression that weeks 4 and 5 were put together in a rush with whatever material could be found to fill the gaps. Suddenly we go from a logical progression of finding and implementing value, create market fit and market positioning to a rough progression on prototyping software and 3D printing, without much linking in between. Also the speakers in those lectures made frequent references to books, and other videos that are not indicated in the course materials. IT REALLY GIVES THE IMPRESSION THAT WEEKS 4 AND 5 WERE PUT TOGETHER RANDOMLY FROM OTHER COURSES WITHOUT CHECKING HOW THE CONTENT EVEN FITS THE PROGRESSION OF THE COURSE.
por Martin C•
Though the content is great, it is kind of messy altogether! At the end Prof. Green strongly invites us to enroll for a degree in his field at the university of Maryland and there wouldn't be any problem with that without the kind of messy feeling that the course leaves you with. When you put both together it awfully seems like the university tried to diversify its communication and that the only objective of the course is that you enroll in a degree. At the same time, the technical issues of some lectures give a relatively bad image of the university of Maryland...
Too sad because again, the content in most videos is great... Just reorganize it and put it together with more cohesion. Among other peer reviews would be preferable to the current way of testing...