May 20, 2018
Great course for the agile enthusiast that is passionate about bringing agile and lean methodologies into their start up to large corporation. Highly recommend! Thanks for Believing - Shane Wooten
Oct 21, 2016
If the lecture may speak a little bit slowly than he has, it will be much better. The content is very useful. And the questions at end of each session are very helpful for me to recap the course.
創建者 Pedro Díaz Gutiérrez•
Feb 14, 2019
創建者 Raquel Martinez Ruiz•
Jan 15, 2019
Some videos were a bit confusing, but I am guessing because I am not in the IT field.
創建者 Varun Damodar•
Dec 17, 2018
The course focuses more on the what to do, rather than explaining the concepts a little more in detail and supporting them with some more valid examples. Some of the modules I found to unnecessary or repeats.
創建者 Nadezda ERokhina•
Dec 11, 2018
Very well structured and constructive while funa and engaging! I really enjoyed it
創建者 Sandra Appelqvist•
Dec 09, 2018
A very thorough and well planned course with lots of ideas, suggestions and tools on how to run design sprints
創建者 Bruno Marques•
Nov 04, 2018
Great material, I just felt we could've delved further into some practical examples.
創建者 Nneka O'Reilly•
Oct 28, 2018
Great course the instructor is thorough and explains things very well, while keeping the tone upbeat and nothing is boring. Appreciate his training delivery method even on detailed topics he reviews well.
創建者 Vyju Iyengar•
Oct 23, 2018
Extremely well done course. Alex is a great teacher!
創建者 Magdalena Sofía Iturriaga Oliva•
Oct 19, 2018
Liked the course and helps when planning activities, but sometimes turns out difficult to follow the agenda (description of daily activities to develop the sprints), comparing it with the conntents that the Sprints should cover.
創建者 Federica Lignini•
Oct 13, 2018
it is such a pity that the more the course goes on, the more the teacher becomes approximate, vague and chaotic. He uses a lot of empty buzzwords and not enough real case scenarios that would help you put in practice what he is explaining. I also find it quite questionable the choice of showing pictures of decomposing dogs to explain the concept of "visceral". This is something that could have been done by other means, without having to disgust the audience.