Feb 12, 2019
I like the game theory that used to explain competitive strategy. The lectures were interactive and quite challenging, which are important to keep the learner engaged and focused.
Jul 01, 2017
Great course with relevant content and really useful strategic overview of business strategy. Enjoyed Prof. Kretschmer's innovative teaching style and the breadth of the syllabus.
创建者 Dilan N•
Jul 30, 2019
Content will help my day to day work.
创建者 Pietro C•
Nov 12, 2019
创建者 Matthew M•
Nov 10, 2015
One suggestion would be lest multiple option answers, but the course was challenging enough to learn valuable information.
创建者 Patrick B•
Feb 13, 2017
Course and examples are generally good. In rare instances the quiz has answers it labells 'correct' which I think could be debated.
创建者 Jorge O•
Jun 04, 2017
Nice second part, less practical but still interesting.
创建者 santosh s•
Feb 07, 2017
Interesting course. Valuable insights into network effects.
Sep 14, 2015
Material was tough, some of the questions weren't easy to understand / process. But overall a great class.
创建者 Lionel S•
Nov 06, 2016
Very interesting and full of real case study.
创建者 Danilo N G•
May 29, 2017
Well done. Clear and exceptionally teach!
创建者 Ossama Z•
Mar 15, 2017
I like Prof. Tobias Kretschmer way to communicate the course and explain the contents in practical and well organized way. The course is very useful for my work.
创建者 Gautam A•
Oct 14, 2015
Very informative and I learned a lot
创建者 William A•
Sep 06, 2015
While the course was overall well developed, there are certain language challenges to overcome especially with understanding the wording of quizzes. I got a number of questions wrong simply because I could not understand the phrasing, and lack of explanations on quizzes makes for a lot of difficulty to evaluate progress. And I get the reason for not including answer explanations, at the same time I'm literally comparing answers to the module transcripts and could not possibly infer multiple choice answers based off how the topic was explained. I would suggest more definitive questions and reduce multiple choice questions or at least define the question in a more narrow, specified manner to minimize confusion. I'm taking this course for fun, I have an MBA and love strategy, so the topics are not new by any means, but if I can't understand what you're trying to say I would imagine non-business backgrounds would find the questions very difficult.
创建者 Dmytro T•
May 10, 2016
nice one to get into the strategy of any kind of the competions
you could pass it even if you didn't go through the Part1
anyhow it will be more then useful to understand the basis
创建者 Mohamed M•
Jan 08, 2016
content was not as interesting as in the first course, but still good overall. Questions were also less analytical challenging as the first course. But I still enjoyed the course as the professor was explaining the subject clearly and the videos were compact and enjoyable.
创建者 Sotimehin S•
Aug 14, 2015
创建者 Andrew M•
Dec 03, 2015
Varied and well-explained that held my interest throughout. My only criticism is the English in some of the written quizzes, especially in the final exam, needs reviewing by native speaker as some of the answers are ambiguous when they do not properly explain the context of the situation.
创建者 Alex S•
Dec 21, 2015
Fascinating material. Thanks again!
创建者 Kayode D•
Sep 17, 2015
It was a great course, however some of the quiz answers are debatable
创建者 Cyprian S•
Oct 27, 2015
Very good course, but it is not "advanced strategy".
Dec 04, 2015
创建者 venky S•
Nov 07, 2015
Very useful course and extremely well presented. Would recommend it.
创建者 Alexander T•
May 14, 2019
创建者 Peter H•
May 20, 2019
A great brush-up on competitiveness
创建者 Jerome M R•
Nov 25, 2019
Very much informative and an interesting program. I would recommend that the Video clips needs to improve its quality.
创建者 Yash S•
Jan 18, 2016
Honestly, for something that says "Advanced" in the title, I thought it was a little too basic. There isn't enough depth and a lot of it involves common sense. Perhaps a more case-study driven course would have been interesting with more qualitative, essay responses required rather than cut-and-dry multiple-choice.