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IESEビジネススクール(IESE Business School) による Analysis of Business Problems の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



When does an opportunity to increase the bottom line become a liability for long-term brand sustainability and profitability? That is the question that GAS GAS, an off-road motorcycle manufacturer, is confronting. In this culminating course, it’s time to use the business tools you have learned throughout the specialization to solve this real business problem. To help you as you develop a solution to the GAS GAS dilemma, in the Capstone you will also learn a six-step analysis of business problems methodology. By the end of the course, you will understand how to weave together considerations from accounting, finance, marketing and organizational behavior in order to arrive at a sound decision that will positively impact the firm’s future....



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by Elisa H

Oct 17, 2016

This course was really great, and I don't say that lightly. The instructor was knowledgeable and thorough, the problems were clearly defined and discussed, added insight to key areas of focus were provided by instructors from past courses allowing for recap, and the problem was thoroughly interesting.

by Stephen B

Jun 17, 2020

A challenging yet meaningful case. I was able to apply what I have learned from the first four courses.

by Marta T D

Jan 14, 2019

You really get to use the tools you have learned. Very insightful

by Albert T A

Jun 24, 2020

Very good case to see how to analyze business problems!

by Joseph O A

Aug 23, 2018

Great course with step by step practical approa

by Yaser H

Jun 12, 2020

Excellent course

I learned a lot

by Adil H

May 07, 2020

Excellent, thank you very much!

by savikesh y

Jun 26, 2020

It was a good experience

by D. S

Jun 12, 2020

good course

by Prashant R

Dec 03, 2019


by Shravan S

May 20, 2020

The process is exemplary and robust in terms of including all possible angles of solving business problems. However, what would have been beneficial is that the course was much more interactive with the IESE School. One way of doing this would be to have evaluation not just as a peer-review but also an expert/B-School faculty reviewing the work of the program members.