Muy buen curso, enfocado a una primera toma de contacto en la metodologia Agile. Sin embargo, tambien profundiza en algunos conceptos importantes, por lo que no se queda para nada corto de nformacion.
The lecturer is fantastic, everything was clear, concise and easy to take notes on. It felt like a lot of details are condensed very well to make this a very informative and knowledge-building course.
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by Thomas H•
Overall the whole PM certificate track was nice so far, no doubt. Thank you Google for sharing your knowledge for such a fair price. But what bothered me a bit, and this might refer to all Coursera courses, is that by the time the reading gets really difficult. I don't mean the content. It's more the font and layout. It becomes really heavy for the eyes. When opening a link provided in the reading, which leads to an article on a website, sometimes it feels like my eyes are re-adjusting. I don't know if the font is the problem or reading everything with the same font. Try to switch fonts inbetween readings or maybe just the layout, color, whatever. I know this means a lot of work, but I can imagine it increases the reading experience very much. Just a tip from my side. I hope I am not the only one having these issues :D Let me know if you need a tester ;) Thomas
by Gabriel O•
It is a good course to get the fundamentals of agile. Well paced and easy to follow.
Evaluations quizzes rely too much on regurgitating the exact sentences used on videos though, instead of taking a broad approach to know if students grasped te meaning, instead of phrasing. Peer evaluation is also flawed too. The evaluation criteria are very clear and I did meet them all, but I was still wrongly evaluated by a peer that was rushing by and didn't stop to note that my assignment was different from his.
There's also some Asana advertising disguised as lessons that I found really annoying.
Apart from that, it is a good course.
by Ashleen S•
The Peer review system needs to be improved, it takes alot of time for someone to review your assignement and you have to wait around for your certificate. Otherwise the course is really well designed and the materials are simple and easy to digest. For someone new to agile this would be a great start as the course takes you through each and every phase of scrum and tools that are common in this field. The course really does prepare you with the knowledge you can put into practice if you wish to shift to an agile way of doing things.
by Wallace G•
The quality of the product was very good and the instructor was very good. However, I'm giving it 4 out of 5 stars as the course itself felt way too long -- particularly Week 3, that was an insane amount of work. I think that those who want to be Agile Project Managers would take more intense, agile specific courses -- I really felt this course should have not been so indepth. Given that I have completed Scrum Master Certification, I didn't find the course hard, but I found it to be way too long for someone seeking PM certification.
by Kee B J•
Very instructive for me because I've never heard of Agile before. The course is very instructive and covers alot, too much all at once at times. The sections on Agile seemed to take on a life of its own, compeletly separate from Project Management which made it difficult to follow and see how Agile relates to project management. I think if the Agile information was presented with repeated "and this is how it works in project management generally" I would have followed and understood the material quicker and more easily.
by Maria c•
I really enjoyed this course. I learned an enormous amount of information and I hope I can use this information to change my career. I will recommend this course to friends and family. However, I was NOT able to access or view my certificate or move to the last course which is the capstone course. There was an error message that said down for maintenance. Hope it comes up soon so I can view and access the certificate and complete the capstone course.
by Enrico T R K•
Very usefull material to update ones knowledge and skills. The tutors in the videos were very clear and understandable in their tutoring. The excersises were spot on and tips (& tops) are like an extra for the practioner. Can't wait to find out, what courses there are to level up my skills. For now, my sincere thanks to the instructors, tutors, mentors (and all the knowledge sharing gurus) at Coursera.
by De'Ayera T•
It gave me a look at what Agile entails and the resources and information about the job hunting process was much appriciated. HOWEVER, for someone such as myself who actually took notes the entire program and has a pretty demanding schedule I do feel like they should have broken the courses down even further instead of packing it into 4 weeks. Other than that this course was a great course overall!
by Ahmed F•
The course is great, but a little bit confusing. Had to repeat many parts because how to apply agile is not clear in the course like the previous 4 courses of the certificate. I dont know how to make it clearer and easier, but liked to share my experience with the course.
by PAWAN S•
It is a well structured course with optimum difficulty levels it gives a deep dive into the life of a project manager, and the best part are the instrcutors who are current project managers working on bring some of the most innovative products and services to the world
by Betty C•
Agilie project management ni a clearly structred framework, with hands on activiities and quizs to reconfirm our learning outcome, recomment to you if you have few workinig experience to strengthen your skills and more confident in your future career development1
by Salima S•
The course is full of new information for me. I found the deadline quite difficult to respect because there was a lot of materials and assignements to complete. I think this course should be split into 2 courses: the Foundation of Agile and Agile documents.