Aug 20, 2018
It gave an insight into how negotiation is everywhere!!! Getting to know the 10 preparation points of negotiation was really a eye opener. Thoroughly enjoy this course..
Dec 26, 2017
Very well-made course! It gives a very useful overview about negotiation on a quality level. The way of presenting is the best I have jet seen in a Courser course.
por Himanshu M•
Mar 11, 2019
Brings a logical perspective and well defined approach to the a negotiation process.
por Udi A•
Jul 26, 2017
por Carlos F C•
May 20, 2018
Muy interesante para entender los conceptos básicos detrás de una negociación
por Javier C•
May 22, 2018
Ce serait bien que les devoirs soient notés à la fin ou au moins commentés par les enseignants du MOOC
por Daniel Y S•
Sep 13, 2018
Great course - great lecturer - great content. Only the Quizzes seem to be a little confusing. Never the less - great experience.
por Hiba J J J•
Oct 20, 2018
The course is very informative, however the quizzes are not always clear and sometimes the content has not been learned.
por Roberto L E•
Jul 29, 2019
por Fernando B•
Aug 07, 2019
very practical and usefull
por Fabio C•
Oct 07, 2019
Very effective course. I appreciated the very structured way of explaining the basics of the negotiation.
por Gabriel F H•
Oct 19, 2017
It is a good course but I could have more real examples. It would be great to have simulations people on the videos.
por Kristopher R•
Apr 27, 2019
I found the instructions for the case studies very limited, even after I posted a discussion forum on it. Also, it was hard to find reviewers. It would be nice to be able to contact staff at some point if discussion questions aren't answered. The exam questions didn't always reflect what was in the video lessons, so we had to guess several times. I feel like I have walked away with some new skills and am thankful for that.
por Danilo B•
Sep 23, 2019
poor resources available
no reference to extra curricula reading (apart from the book by the teacher of the course)
por Juliette P•
Jan 28, 2019
Course is good but I had technical problems to submit my peer review assessment and final test is difficult as well.
por Brandon H•
Dec 29, 2018
The course content was good - it provided a checklist for various phases in negotiation, and the content authors have certainly developed an interesting conceptual model for that checklist. My main problem with the course are (1) the material is very broad in scope - it may be clear to the instructor what they are talking about, but much of the content is superficial and not adequately explained for a beginning, (2) english is a second language for some of the people putting together the course, and despite this the authors rely on nuanced meanings of words in testing which are unfortunately only clear to them, and (3) during the testing, the course authors take "leaps," sometimes using terms or concepts not introduced in the material as answers to questions, which makes it very difficult for the student to figure out what they are thinking.
por Chelsea L•
Jan 09, 2019
Most of the lectures consisted of the professor listing 10 steps for each subject. I have taken the Art of Negotiation, Negotiation Essentials, and How to Become a Principled & Persuasive Negotiator on Coursera. The latter (from Yale) is really the only one worth taking.
por Annabelle V•
Mar 16, 2019
While the content is very interesting, the payment conditions of the course were not clear to me. It is monthly payment. Do not forget to end it otherwise you could pay this Mooc a bit expensive for what it is. Best regards
por Yaki M•
Nov 21, 2018
I couldn't take it any longer...
This is the third negotiation course I have attended in Coursera, and the least productive one.
The problem lies in the instructor failure to produce examples from every-day life or their experience. This makes his lectures a monologue rather than a lesson: He is TELLING us, but not TEACHING us.
I wend through the first 2 weeks and then started skipping through the lectures of week 3. It's the same strategy time and again: he is telling us what to to and what to avoid, but without concrete examples.