Tag Archive: Coursera

Jun 25

First Impressions: Globalization and You

University of Washington logo

First of all, well done with the introductory video.  Not only did you tell us what to expect in the class, you showed us a bit of personality as well. I like the fact that you filmed the intro video after filming the rest of the content, so you can refer to specific things that …

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Jan 31

Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence Statements of Accomplishment Released!

After what seems like forever, Coursera and Case Western Reserve University have finally issued the Statements of Accomplishment for Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence! As expected, I have posted mine in the in the Statements of Accomplishment section of this site.   This was the last of my “first semester” courses, and thus my last …

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Jan 24

First Impressions: IE Business School’s Critical Perspectives on Management

A screenshot of the Critical Perspectives on Management introductory video

The first course in semester two of my homemade MBA is Critical Perspectives on Management, brought to us via Coursera from IE Business School in Spain.  I have completed the first week of material, and here’s what I think so of it so far.   Professional video lectures Critical Perspectives on Management has some of …

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Jan 21

Join me for Semester 2 of my Homemade MBA!

This year, don’t just follow along with my progress reports – it’s time to get in the game!  Why don’t you join me for the second semester of my homemade MBA project?!   It just dawned on me that most of you who come across this site are probably either making your own homemade MBAs, …

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Jan 15

Intro to Marketing Coursera course review posted

What great timing?  As I was writing this review of the Wharton MBA Foundation Series Introduction to Marketing course, Coursera was kind enough to release the Statements of Accomplishment!  So, in case you are wondering if I really did take it or not – see for yourself on the Statements of Accomplishment page!   As …

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Jan 10

Corporate Finance Statements of Accomplishment Released!

Great news for those of us who earned enough points to “pass” Wharton’s Introduction to Corporate Finance class on Coursera – the Statements of Accomplishment have been released! I also posted this in the in the Statements of Accomplishment section of my site.   I’m not sure what took so long for Wharton/Coursera to send these …

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Dec 13

Review of Introduction to Corporate Finance

I just posted my review of of Wharton’s Introduction to Corporate Finance Coursera course under the Curriculum section of this site. Perhaps this review of Intro to Corporate Finance is a touch premature, being that I haven’t received my official Statement of Accomplishment yet, but it should arrive in short order so I figured I …

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Dec 12

Review of Introduction to Operations Management

I just posted my review of of Wharton’s Introduction to Operations Management Coursera course under the Curriculum section of this site. Perhaps this review of Operations Management is a touch premature, being that I haven’t received my official Statement of Accomplishment yet, but it should arrive in short order so I figured I could go …

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Dec 10

Review of International Organizations Management

I just posted my review of of University of Geneva’s International Organizations Management Coursera course under the Curriculum section of this site. I apologize for the delay, as I completed this course some time ago, but have only now gotten around to writing this review.   As I didn’t discuss my Homemade MBA project in …

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Dec 04

Review of Wharton’s Intro to Financial Accounting

I just posted my review of Wharton’s Intro to Financial Accounting Coursera course under the Curriculum section of this site.  For the record, I did complete this course in its entirety.  I watched every video, laughed at (or rolled my eyes at) every Accounting joke or pun, and got to know my virtual classmates and …

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