The assignments and quiz (hands-on learning) really helped me see how these concepts were applicable.
I particularly enjoyed the lesson bite and the example of the restaurant.
Material was well presented in short form. Easy to digest. The small exercise was valuable in crystallizing my thinking.
A good overview of framing decision making, use of strategy table. Course data gathered from various reliable sources.
I appreciate the structured approach. Too often the act of skipping steps is repeated across all the organizations I have worked for. It’s great that this course allowed detailed discussion and thought for each step of decision making.
Learning the sequential steps around decision making.
Great, succinct but clear summaries of key information.
Self-paced learning is always best.
The generic premise in which the course material was presented, this allows multiple disciplines to absorb the information with a guiding bias.
The information in this learning bite was at a level where an inexperienced individual can still find it useful.
The easy to understand examples and worksheet help reinforce the key aspects.
Learning new ways to screen project options towards making better decisions and gaining alignment on path forward and risk management strategies. It seems too early to judge the program at this stage.
The exercise helped formalize what I do in my head but in a much more structured, deliberate way.
It is using very simple examples to apply the framework .
Without a doubt, the quality of the exhibitors, the material offered in the online classes, based on practical experience and with a high business focus.
The videos and exercises create a good opportunity to think through the materials
Good, concise overview of the field.
How the information was broken down into manageable pieces making it easier to process.