Mar 21, 2017
Great course: concepts well explained, thought-provoking assignments that applies concepts, broaden exposure to the topic itself as well as how it connects to the other components of Supply Chain.
Dec 16, 2016
I extend my thanks to all of the shares in our construction out of this session, learn and thanks go to coursera site, which allowed us to this effort, which is not privy that we shall return
par Bryan D•
May 06, 2019
I was in the full specialization; the first 2 were fine. This, on the other hand, was painful.
There are a number of technical issues that are ignored. It's a black hole for feedback.
As someone noted, the practical exercises with spreadsheets are poorly explained. Rounding integers is a bizarre adventure. You have to be precisely right or wrong; and right is often not QA'd to even make sense. This isn't hard material, but the absurd emphasis on this transactional nonsense in the assignment is just bizarre.
Poorly done. Non-engaging. No quality assurance on the quizzes.
Coursera has top shelf content, like the Negociations course. This is nowhere near in quality, and seems like poor value for money and a frustration to boot.
par Juan J•
Sep 27, 2018
Quiz 2 is giving problems to a lot of people and nothing is done about it. i
par emilio r a•
Mar 07, 2017
I was enrolled in the full specialisation and things went great for the 2 first courses i did, which were mostly peer-review-based (logistics & sourcing).
With this one i gave up feeling really unassisted and unable to get answers to my feedback requests. no feedback is provided when you ask something in the forums, ever.
When you flag a milestone because of technical issues you won't be ever answered (even when you upload screenshots as proof).
The practical exercises with spreadsheets are poorly explained and even contradicted, especially as far as cutting and/or rounding integers are concerned. this is something that can prove 'costly' when doing the quizzes I failed all the questions of all the quizzes for all the attempts I tried. I'm not sure if this is coursera's fault or rutgers' but i don't think i will take ever another course (paying) here in coursera with these kind of calculation quizzes, it's a waste of time.
I can't imagine how a mathematical or programming course must be with this poor approach of assessing the results. I suppose I will be censored if I explicitly mention similar sites to coursera but these kind of tests and quizzes are much more better addressed.
In a nutshell, I subscribed to the full specialisation paying 45 EUR per month, the first month I was able to certificate myself with the 2 first I did ( logistics & sourcing), this second month (planning & operations) that has just started I gave up, so my final outcome is 2 certificates for 45 EUR each one.
Tolerable but you'll never get me here again.
par Matthew P•
Dec 22, 2018
Great course focusing on the necessary formulas used to both calculate and verify the accuracy of various forecasting methods.
par Mayank S•
Dec 08, 2018
par stella x•
Dec 09, 2018
Great course for beginners.
par Bassam A W•
Jan 31, 2019
Very useful and practical.
par Mohammad S A•
Feb 01, 2019
I learned much about forecasting. However, I am still encountering some issues due to lack of experience in the field comparing to some people who had experience.
par Luis R K•
Feb 04, 2019
par shubhangi P M•
Jan 17, 2019
This course very useful for me and I had gain knowledge of Supply chain and best forecasting technique
par Abdoul R Y•
Feb 19, 2019
a very useful, interactive and interesting course
Feb 20, 2019
par Kairm S•
Mar 16, 2019
this was an excellent course. it helps me learned basics of forecast and sales and operations planning.
par Kinjal R•
Dec 28, 2018
Excel practice and
par Szilvia S•
Jul 31, 2018
Great course, very useful informations and makes you think.
par Sandeep B•
Aug 06, 2018
Learnt forecasting techniques.
par Prateek J•
Mar 28, 2018
Excellent course content and delivery by the trainer! His enthusiasm is infectious!
par Joao F•
Jan 10, 2017
Very interesting course, gave me an overview on how planning works.
par German D P C•
Apr 10, 2017
Very good to give a basic understanding of what planning is.
par NOORUDDIN T•
May 24, 2017
First of all i would like to thank Coursera for introducing this very meaningful course on supply chain planning.
The course was all about predict (Forecast) , project, and estimate future demand. It is amazing to know there are many forecasting methods available from Naive to most sophisticated exponential smoothing where we can narrow down the errors by adjusting the value of Alpha. It was all new for me and i enjoyed the course. It will be injustice on my part if i don't take this opportunity to thank Mr. Rudolf Leuschner, who taught this course in a very simple manner to enable me to understand. I am really grateful to the teacher, and looking forward to complete next two courses and earn my Supply Chain specialization. A big thank you to Coursera.
par HAYME R•
Mar 04, 2018
par Darshan K•
Jun 21, 2017
Course helps you to draw attention towards the forecasting the demand that is predicted of certain product.
par Rebecca D•
Jun 22, 2018
I enjoyed the class but got really confused with the final project. I thought I had to understand and execute a lot more work before actually answering the questions, so I really wasn't sure what to expect. I want to understand more about how to interpret the information and apply these learnings in real world situations and what would work best.
par SHIVAM M•
Jun 07, 2018
I am working in a supply chain team and had prior idea of what supply chain planning is about and this course from the very first lecture taught me a lot of new things which will directly help me in my career. The course had really nice content, the notes shared are very insightful. I will recommend this course to any one who is in planning job or any other analytics job. The coach, Rudolf is such a great and energetic person. Great energy your passion for work is clearly visible and inspired me a lot. Cheers.
par Saddam H•
Mar 15, 2017
Everything is explained in a very good way