Jan 11, 2019
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
Feb 19, 2018
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.
par Oleg K•
Feb 08, 2018
Low on content. Lacks of specific actions
par Brian D•
Nov 02, 2015
Defiantly the worse MOOC I have taken. Does the specialisation need such a long introduction?
par Mitesh P•
Nov 07, 2015
Small introduction. I was expecting some thing concrete.
Oct 22, 2017
Informative, but I kind of knew a lot of the material. Was hoping to learn something concrete and useful. I'm hoping the next courses will be informative.
par Erick S•
Mar 22, 2016
A little disappointed in this course, it would have been better suited for the first part to a larger course other than a week long introduction to th subject.
par durga k•
Mar 11, 2018
par Igor A•
Feb 17, 2016
Not really about Product Management, but about Project Management
par vaibhav r•
Nov 01, 2015
The Course could have been covered in a more interesting way
par Lei L•
Nov 05, 2015
Dry principles without real life examples and exercises. You can passed the quiz by just reading online or have basic project management experience. Disappointed.
par Allen J•
Apr 18, 2017
The course seems to be a course in Scrummerfall, i.e., a mixture of Scrum and Waterfall. After having briefly discussed the Agile Manifesto, which emphasizes things like "People over processes," what is the first thing that they dive into? Processes where they say things like "Requirements combined with processes are the backbone of any successful software project." I would disagree. Requirements and processes are important, but people and communications are the backbone of any successful software project.
I'm dropping this specialization and searching for another course that really follows Agile methodologies.
par BAI X•
Aug 24, 2019
Too general without any specific skills
par Mathias D•
Nov 05, 2019
Very, very basic... more like fishing for customers to apply for the other courses. Yet, still quite the motivated and enthusiastic team.
par siyu l•
May 17, 2016
par Vivek G•
Apr 12, 2016
It was too basic for me.
par Sateesh K•
May 20, 2016
Very shallow coverage, doesnt have the scope to be an entire Course!
par Daniel O•
Oct 30, 2017
Good overview for people without any background at all.
Otherwise, mostly stating the obvious.
par Catherine M•
May 11, 2016
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.
par Boris B•
Feb 10, 2016
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.
Jul 04, 2016
This course is just pulling the knowledge without basic logic. I have no idea what I have learned.
par Paulo A•
Dec 17, 2015
Mostly a bunch of unsubstantiated and dogmatic cliches flaunted around. The "Agile" buzzword in its best and most "religious" form.
par Yourie K•
Jul 22, 2017
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.
par Alberto G G•
Jan 17, 2016
Not really useful as course, but only as introduction to other materials... feels more like an ad than a real course
par kiran v•
Dec 19, 2017
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!
par Roy V•
Jan 07, 2016
This is a very old fashion way of looking at development and developers. Where developers are considered resources and minions that need to follow orders. Modern development techniques value developers and allow them to be much more active players. Product Manager is not a MANAGER but a facilitator. This course describes the view that developers are loose canons that need to be managed and that upfront planning and estimation are the right path. I do not agree at all with this view.
Should you happen to agree with this view, the Course is well explained and presented well.
par Suresh S•
Oct 22, 2015
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.