An excellent course journey for this subject - Data Driven Decison Making, very good content with relevant case assignment and they are paced comfortably to allow me as learner to grasp the knowledge.
Congratulation is a great course, a Professional level.\n\nThank you PwC for share the experience of the HUMAN TALENT.\n\nThank to the instructors a really great course.\n\nThank you and God bless you
por Marko V•
Sounds more like soft sale of their services. No digging into real-life examples enough, they've given a brief overview of how they solved some real-life problem but without any details (similar to their web site). It is only mentioned types of analysis and tool without giving example of how that works in real-life. Could be much better...
por Raymond L•
Peer review is too slow on the final assignment. This drags out Coursera subscription, and the expectations on how to write the final assignment are not well defined. I give this course -2 stars for this reason. Otherwise it would be a 4/5 for a good introduction into business data analysis.
por Anas G•
More felt like PWC was promoting its brand , lack of indepth knowledge provided. Better would be to provide more pratical applications of data analysis.
Some of the presenters were not just good enough
HIgh production value of the videos was the only plus point .
por Raymond C•
Gives a very high level overview of data analysis used in industry. This coursespecialization's discussion forums are not moderated by PwC people so you won't glean insight into how PwC folks handled specific situations.
por Joshua W•
This particular course was not worth the money. Lots of advertisement to work for PwC, not a lot of new ideas or new skillsets learned. I would recommend skipping this section.
por Mark S•
Touched on some interesting topics, but not very practical. Course mentions data analytics technology (SAS, Tableau, Python), but you don't actually use any of the technology.
por Maria A•
Very basic course and for me it's still a question why finishing the course in 5 days you need to pay for several month of subscription...
por James C•
This course teaches you how to talk in an educated way about technology without really teaching you anything at all.
por Evgeniy M•
No concrete things.
Water, water, water.
I was able to answer the quizes without watching videos. 100% result.
por Misbah S•
Personally I found this course a PWC marketing strategy, nothing more. I am disappointed
por Mohd F N M T•
Good for beginner but this course can be completed in 2 weeks rather than 4 weeks.
por Hector P•
The course is well done and well structured, however it's too theoretical.
por Ninad B•
Too basic. Nothing special to gain. I had very high expectations from PWC
por Michael C•
Too marketing orientated for PWC. I paid for a course not a promotion.
por KARAN A•
course is way too theoretical and a kind of overview of data analysis.
por Aline M d A•
I think the course taught me more about PWC than anything else.
por Asger C•
Too simplistic iapproach to analytics.
por Johnson K•
Not very useful in practical sense
Too high level the course is.
por Darren G•
Had to re-enrol after failing the final peer review, not because the work was poor but because there is NO assessment criteria to go on. You just wing it. So ok I pay again - repeat the peer review - no feedback on the grade - have to re-enrol again - $71 later the message is my grade will be ready on Jan 16. What a rip off.
I was exited to go in, cuz of the PwC, and my sincere respect for them. Instead, it was complete disaster! Garbage! I spend only one day for the full course and it was just a few terms and nothing more! In my opinion it's a terrible for reputation for Pwc, and it shouldn't be here.
por Kyle J•
This is a general introduction with no practical applications or exercises in decision making. The instructors look like more stock actors from an infomercial with the personality of white bread.
por Joshua G•
Peer Reviewed Assignment not a well planned marking system. Grades can be to vary. Dependent on fellow students for pass not most ideal.
por Laverne H•
Blatantly unfair and subjective. Also, rubric doens't match the questions.
The only good news: I learned some stuff.
por rajni b•
Pathetic n hopeless.no tools on data analysis, only shallow talk about the importance f data analysis