The course was very interactive, useful and interesting. I can definitely apply the knowledge that I gained out of this course to my day on day work on Software Management. Kudos to the production and
Though it is an introductory course, it is packed with great information about managing a software product. I enjoyed the course, and I am moving on with the next course on the SPM specialization.
por Suresh S•
Difference between a Software Project and a Software Product - of course it is defined by convention, but it is there and is pretty generally understood. Typical software projects are bespoke applications developed for the use of one organization and typically automates a business process. A S/w product, on the other hand, is built and sold to a range of users in the target group, who can be individuals to large organizations. This course does not seem to address any of the issues faced by a S/w Product Manager. I think this course completely misses the point.
por Florian S•
Unfortunately, this course focuses on the role of an IT delivery manager / development team lead rather than looking at the business side a Product Owner or Product Manager will mostly care about. I cannot see the focus on the job a Product Owner / Manager (as in Scrum) will do. Therefore no value added for me. Apart from that, I miss the use of helpful graphics / slides in the videos and do not see a consistent use of references for the statements made.
por Jelena S•
This is an introduction to an introduction. They keep telling you what you will learn, but they don't team much. It looks like the course is done in the 1980s. It's for people who know nothing about agile and development. if you have at least some knowledge this is gonna be boring. The quiz questions are sometimes abbigous.
por Oksana M•
Ancient course without any renewals. Wasted time and money.
For instance, old statistics http://web.archive.org/web/20180305140016/http://scottambler.com/backup_muse/no-common-definition-of-success.html
Supplemental materials are not available http://scottambler.com/backup_muse/no-common-definition-of-success.html
por Oleg K•
This course (at least a specific introduction module) is more targeted for very very beginners in software development. It tries to sell Agile Manifesto as Holy Bible and tells nothing about PRODUCT development. Just very common words about Software *PROJECT* Management.
por Yourie K•
Wasted time, material is super common sense, I went straight to the quiz and was able to ace it using common sense, and then I watched the videos/read. I don't have any background in this PM stuff. I think the next course will be more useful.
por Kiran V•
No useful info(at least in the introduction course). This is just an overview of what they're going to cover in the rest of the specialization and a huge waste of time. Thanks!
por Boris B•
Content is very basic. I believe this can be useful for school graduates, but if you have at least a couple years of hands-on experience, you shouldn't find anything new.
por Catherine M•
I can't complete the course without passing the graded content, but I can't complete the graded content unless I pay money and upgrade. Not the purpose of thes courses.
por Paulo A•
Mostly a bunch of unsubstantiated and dogmatic cliches flaunted around. The "Agile" buzzword in its best and most "religious" form.
por Alberto G G•
Not really useful as course, but only as introduction to other materials... feels more like an ad than a real course
This course is just pulling the knowledge without basic logic. I have no idea what I have learned.
por Daniel O•
Good overview for people without any background at all.
Otherwise, mostly stating the obvious.
about nothing. Too much “water” which could be telling in 1 video of 10 minutes
por Brendon V•
High-level introduction, so mostly pointless. Frustrating quiz questions.
por Sateesh K•
Very shallow coverage, doesnt have the scope to be an entire Course!
por Farida b b•
j'arrive à valider ma carte d'identité!
por Vivek G•
It was too basic for me.
por siyu l•