Oct 01, 2019
Thank you so much to sir Bill bailey, PhD , sir Gregory Wiles, PhD , sir David cook, PhD , madam Christina Scherrer, PhD\n\nThe great study material, reasonable presentation.
Aug 25, 2018
It was an incredible course. Having a lot of information, everything was very well explained\n\nand very useful. I am very happy with the result. Thank you very much.
par Qian Z•
Jul 21, 2019
The pace is a bit too fast.
par George P•
Aug 09, 2019
General information. No examples until the last lessons. All the presentations are full of text and too much information is passed without explanation.
par Kevin R S•
Jul 08, 2019
The introductory course to Six Sigma Principles is useful in that it familiarizes the participant with the terms and overarching strategies of Six Sigma and its core components. Having taken this course, I believe that purchasing and reading the book for Yellow Belt certification would be a far better use of time unless the potential participant is an auditory learner or wishes to have a guided experience to accompany their reading.
par GAUTAM G•
Sep 11, 2019
The course videos are very fast
par Sean M•
Sep 21, 2019
You need to read the accompanying book as the presentations don't cover everything, particularly the quiz questions.
par Omar A O•
Oct 09, 2019
i needed the course without using books
Oct 11, 2019
More Explanation is required
par Frederic D•
Jan 15, 2019
Deck is abysmal. Presentation is sleep-inducing.
par Partha A•
Feb 06, 2018
The relevant reading material should have been provided as opposed to assuming students can all afford to buy the $100 textbook.
par Vladimir A•
Oct 08, 2017
On every test there is a reference to their book, which costs $90... Without book, just watching the lectures and going through slides and annotations, the approach is about guessing the correct answer... The claim is that the book is not required, but it seems to me that it is...
par Dirk D•
May 14, 2019
Had to buy a book for 70 euros ... Never mentioned and one of my drivers for online courses are the videos instead of reading books. Also the quality of the lessons is not of the quality that I am used to in other Coursera specializations. I wish I had read other reviews before I signed up.
par JONATHAN Y•
Jun 19, 2019
Course is based on the readings. Quizzes are not based on the videos. Therefore, what value do the vi
par Tim M•
Aug 21, 2019
Some good information, but this is obscured by sloppy organization/presentation (ironically), poorly-worded questions, and substandard grammar. It should be noted that subsequent courses are better.
Jan 15, 2019
bad lessons, no meaningful explanations, only empty stories
par Holly D M•
Feb 27, 2019
The quizzes dont match the course material/lectures/videos OR the "recommended" text book. What a waste of time and money!
par Camille H•
Mar 09, 2018
Slides and materials not consolidated and burdensome to retrieve for study. Not very practical, i.e. few practicums to utilize the newly learned material. Overall this was a poorly instructed course.
Jul 02, 2018
The only material provided is plain text slides. The required book costs $ 70, and it doesn't even help with the first quiz, which has wrong answers!And this is a course about quality.
par James C•
Aug 29, 2018
Answer options are too similar. Many questions were low value. AKA who cares????
par Eduardo G•
Oct 29, 2018
Boring content delivery.Quiz questions do not have learning effect. Please check student feedback.
par Khalil S•
Jul 20, 2019
Have to purchase additional material.
par N C•
Sep 18, 2019
Horrible. Not worth your time or money Did not finish:
-Textbook or slides are NOT provided. Textbook costs upward of 60$!
-What slides are provided do not match the voice
-The course spends too much time on the academic history rather than the practical aspects
-The information is disorganized and the quizzes don't relate to what is taught!