by Francine S•
Content is great and would highly recommend
The structure for grading however is poor. The peer assignments don't work well compared to other Coursera courses. I submitted my assignments in time, but even after a month I still don't have one peer that has completed my review which then delays the 'completion' of my course. When I go to do other peer reviews for other people on the same assignment I am presented with 6 month old assignments overdue from previous courses?! In addition, you can't participate in the forum discussions until you submit something yourself. I would prefer to add to a thread than go in blind to each forum
by Irina K•
This course gives good perspective on innovation process and how to bring idea to life. However it was disappointing to me that content of the course has nothing to do with Art and Culture.
by Stefanie v d B•
Very good course to have a real- all over- plan for a innovation marketing plan. Complete , cleare and easy planning for futher plans connected with book creative people must be stopped . Special thanks to speaker and innovator prof Owens !
by Roberta A•
very inspirational, useful in many industry and with lots of references. project management support and managerial role inspiration
by Kate L•
Thank you so much for such a great opportunity! I loved the course and it was very interesting to listen to your lectures.
by Alejandra B•
It has been a difficult course but 100% important and necessary for people in arts and culture
by Dalia V•
Is not made express for arts and culture but it really applies!!! so happy to course it
by Bruno A•
This course has a framework which can be applied in any area.
by Jason v Z•
Fantastic!!! a must do course for any aspiring innovators.
by Andri A•
Delivers high value. Easy to follow through
by Emese K•
Loved loved love this course!
by Silvia C O•
by Tanya D•
I like the content of this course, and think the video lectures are done really well- especially because the main presenter stays interesting while being informative. However, I came across a few broken links for various required and extra readings. I posted about these broken links on the course forums, but no changes seem to have been made, nor was there any recognition of my postings.
I expected this course to be much more art and culture oriented. It felt like your normal course in business innovation, which had some "add-ons" here and there on how the information could be transferred to arts and culture. In this sense, it isn't really driven in its core from actual arts and cultural industries, and I find that these industries and circumstances are very different from the business world. As an innovation course in the business environment, I would find it useful though.
In addition, some of the reading materials were not available any more on their original websites. I couldn't find a way to easily contact the content providers.