Aug 20, 2018
It gave an insight into how negotiation is everywhere!!! Getting to know the 10 preparation points of negotiation was really a eye opener. Thoroughly enjoy this course..
Dec 26, 2017
Very well-made course! It gives a very useful overview about negotiation on a quality level. The way of presenting is the best I have jet seen in a Courser course.
por Annabelle Vasseur•
Mar 16, 2019
While the content is very interesting, the payment conditions of the course were not clear to me. It is monthly payment. Do not forget to end it otherwise you could pay this Mooc a bit expensive for what it is. Best regards
por Himanshu Mattoo•
Mar 11, 2019
Brings a logical perspective and well defined approach to the a negotiation process.
por Ameya Ajeet Bakare•
Feb 25, 2019
Great Learning. This is useful throughout my life
por Shamon Rolle•
Feb 21, 2019
por Jean-Sebastien Attie•
Feb 17, 2019
Highly interesting and well-structured course. Easy to follow and giving a great methodology for Negotiation.
por Gustavo Stenzel e Silva Ribeiro•
Feb 06, 2019
I confess I underestimated the fundamentals of negotiations and started this course on second module, but after I notice I was a bit lost with simple concepts, I came back to this module and got impressed, it is just amazing!
por Juliette Peyraud•
Jan 28, 2019
Course is good but I had technical problems to submit my peer review assessment and final test is difficult as well.
Jan 22, 2019
le cours est intéressant, il manque quelques supports permettant de faciliter son apprentissage.
por Chelsea Lassen•
Jan 09, 2019
Most of the lectures consisted of the professor listing 10 steps for each subject. I have taken the Art of Negotiation, Negotiation Essentials, and How to Become a Principled & Persuasive Negotiator on Coursera. The latter (from Yale) is really the only one worth taking.
por Brandon Hastings•
Dec 29, 2018
The course content was good - it provided a checklist for various phases in negotiation, and the content authors have certainly developed an interesting conceptual model for that checklist. My main problem with the course are (1) the material is very broad in scope - it may be clear to the instructor what they are talking about, but much of the content is superficial and not adequately explained for a beginning, (2) english is a second language for some of the people putting together the course, and despite this the authors rely on nuanced meanings of words in testing which are unfortunately only clear to them, and (3) during the testing, the course authors take "leaps," sometimes using terms or concepts not introduced in the material as answers to questions, which makes it very difficult for the student to figure out what they are thinking.