Communication and Team Building
Cross-functional teams, Teams in the workplace -- Management, Knowledge management, Communication in organizations, Intercultural communication
This paper describes the evolution of our team from a group of individuals who were brought together to form a team based on the mere coincidence of preference of location. The formation of this team evolved into an exceptional team with cross-functional, professional members. We were all pleased to work together as a team in this class. Our cross-functional make-up allowed us to combine each individual's different values, unique customs, and educated outlooks to search for and find distinctive clarification to team goals. This paper describes how we developed our papers, which methods we used for team structure, resolved any conflicts, and an analysis of our team compared to other research.
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Wang, Bob; Klein, Richard; Hudson, Serin; and Andreas, Hilary, "Communication and Team Building: Team 3 Report" (2002). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1517.