By john m•
Jan 16, 2019
IE Business School does it again (also see Critical Perspectives on Management)
Intelligence Tools for the Digital Age non-credit online-course is excellent exposure to better business thinking (adaption, process, strategy ) through a curated presentation of tools & readings sourced from the intelligence gathering industry.
Apart being an excellent recruiting tool, this courses outlines human skills to work on to improve one's integration of A.I .
By ALEXANDROS Z•
Jun 09, 2019
It was my 1st online course and it was very good for me and I get many things.
By Vladimir T•
Oct 22, 2018
Very good course. Can add value to any analyst's work. Thanks!
Oct 16, 2018
this is a very different course and does approach the business analysis and intelligence gathering differently. This is useful but the course name may be is misleading . this is not at all about digital age, it talks about how to make better sense of information. I will still recommend this to all managers and business analysts
By Alexandru F•
Sep 18, 2018
This is one of the best courses I have seen so far as a MOOC (not only on Coursera, but out there too). Though it may not seem obvious out front, this is a very valuable course for thinking modelling and shaping.
By Mike Y W•
Sep 09, 2018
I really enjoyed this course! It puts into words some very common sense items to improve thinking processes by introducing a set of tools and frameworks to do so. The readings were thought provoking, and directly tied into the video lectures, which were very easy to understand. I'm taking a star off though as I would have liked to see the correct answers to the quizzes, which were still easy albeit somewhat harder than other courses I've taken on Coursera so far.
By Einar A T•
Aug 13, 2018
This course is a wonderful introduction into understanding how to leverage the same tools and frameworks that are employed by Intelligence Analysts in order to understand companies and operating models from a different perspective. I enjoyed this course because of the immediate application to my own strategic thinking and toolbox, and I definitely wish to frame that this is a course that should be considered as a 'jumping point' towards much more learning and skills that can be gathered to become further versed in the world of analysis. I see immediate application of the frameworks presented within towards anyone who is looking to understand approaches towards improving their own analysis skills.