Mar 09, 2017
Probably the best course videos Ive come across. Professor George I believe is an amazing teacher...the way he gets the concept across to students by simple and constant examples is worth mentioning..
Sep 18, 2015
This is one of the best and enlightening MOOC I have taken and I already start reaping the benefit. I encourage everyone who is serious about his/her career to consider this course!\n\nYannick Kounga
Jun 22, 2019
Great course and interesting but subtle topic. Thanks George!
por ODII V C•
Jun 29, 2019
por Monty B•
Jul 17, 2019
Pretty fast course and examples were well thought out and explained.
por Sooksun P•
Sep 06, 2019
It is very good! However, some of the terms are more applicable in US.
por Hebatallah M A H E•
Nov 04, 2019
I would prefer that the rationale behind a correct or incorrect answer for the quizzes and final exam are added so I am fully sure I grasped the concept especially for wrong answers. Other than that, the course is absolutely amazing and helps tremendously both in business and in personal life.
por Banpot A•
Nov 11, 2019
great applicable to my work situations
por Mukesh G S•
Mar 27, 2019
zopa & negotiated
por Tom K•
Apr 05, 2019
gave some negotiation skills, but it is more a class to binge in a day than to take over a month or two.
the main skill is a way of thinking about option values and how to choose based on risk trees.
por Антон К•
Mar 20, 2016
por Luis B U•
Aug 30, 2015
The course is interesting, but in the other hand is too basic, If you already have some knowledge about negotiationg it wont give you a lot of knowledge.
por Arnaud B•
May 30, 2017
Great course content. However, i would personaly regret that most of the course is focused on the resolution/legal aspects of a negotiation process, rather than the strategies and skills as per suggested by the course title. I would however definitely recommend this course, which has been of great interest to me !
Jan 09, 2016
教授很仔细，循序善诱；看得出课程设计很用心；但是，真正的谈判是 灵活多变 的！
por James G•
Apr 02, 2018
This course started really well and went through the principles of negotiation that were very useful. But it drifted towards focusing more on dispute-resolution and very heavy on the lawyer jargon which was not what I was looking for. The presenter is great though. Very clear and interesting.
por Alex B•
Sep 02, 2015
Enjoyed the professor, but there was lots of fluff and ultimately spent far too much time focusing on legalities and minor details and less on actually imparting negotiating skills.
por Jordan K•
Jan 21, 2016
Good material and final. Quizzes at the end of each week would be helpful. Also, the videos could have been quite a bit shorter.
por Jorge L G C•
Oct 31, 2015
buen curso, pero un poco
por Simon G•
Jun 02, 2017
A good course but rather dry. The whole course was the professor sitting at his desk talking to the camera.
The information was good but could be delivered better.
por Robrecht V•
Nov 05, 2016
Nice course with many tips, but very enterprise and US oriented. To be expected, but still I would have liked some more day-to-day aspects coming up. It is possible to adapt most tips but I think that could enrich the course.
The teaching voice should be more active. Felt like a falling asleep university course. A negotiator should be a more fluid speaker (in my humble opinion, not an expert in any ways).
por Simen E S•
Jan 03, 2017
ok course. nothing more
por seyed a r•
Jun 07, 2017
this course started very excellent and exciting but I think we'd better be informed more about negotiation it self rather than learning ADR process in detail.
but totally it was beneficial for someone who wants to start to learn how to negotiate and how should think at the start point of negotiation.
por Alice D•
Oct 25, 2016
It's better to just read the transcripts than watch the painfully boring videos. If you don't have an interest in law then you won't find this class very interesting. I thought the information was good but could have been better presented.
por Vasilis V•
Jan 19, 2017
It is targeted to business negotiations.
por Lia S•
May 29, 2017
It is quit common and not much interesting course compare to the Yale's one. There is much less practical and usefull information , while there is all theoretical base info (BATNA, ZOPA and so on). Unfortunately approach of lecture are too boring and a lot of part of it are devoted to the laws (mediation, arbitration). If you are not beginner lawyer it wont interesting you a lot. There is only 1 practice between student (at Yale's course there is two and moreover there you could get feedback of others students not involved in negotioations and there is explonation of typical behaive in particular negotiations).
Will I advice this couse? Well might be. In some theoretical thing is quit nice, but I wish more practice knowledge (how to deal with people, how to contra-react to some typical manipulation and so on. BATNA and ZOPA and so on are useful, but let be honest we deal with people and it means that sometime charisma, challengable behavior can strongly influence at you during negotiations - What we should expect and more over how we should meet it or reduce? this it out of this course.
I might be too emotional and its my imho, but too boring approach for teaching. I definitely rape myself to follow this course while another one (Yale) was much more nice.
por Kathryn K•
May 18, 2017
So much to like about this course and I really enjoyed the final actual exercise of a negotiation. Chief complaints: 1) the final is nothing like the quizzes interspersed throughout the lecture, and 2) a horrendous number of typos in the transcripts of the videos, including major ones (e.g., Pearl Evidence Rule instead of Parole Evidence Rule and many more like that). For a class that has been taken by supposedly "hundreds of thousands" of students, many of which paid for a certificate, you would think the have plenty of resources to provide a clean copy of the text -- in consideration of our non-English students if nothing else. And yes, I did submit that comment to the course mentors, who suggested I volunteer my time (after paying for a certificate) to go clean up their transcript. Right.
por Mazba S•
Dec 19, 2015