Communication and Team Building
Team building, Communication -- Social aspects, Leadership, Conflict resolution
The following is an analysis on Team 2’s process. A team charter was established early. The team executed on selected reading papers, class ownership presentations, and some final large assignments effectively. The team’s strengths included good commitment and follow through of work. Good creativity in presentations was also shown. Timeliness of assignments was a key to success and each team member performed the tasks with enough time to submit quality work. The team struggled with overall communication and the group meetings were infrequent and had short time spans. Challenges relating to personal experiences, educational background and cultural differences were faced throughout the course. However, even though these challenges did exist, overall team performance was in tune with the goals set in its team charter. This made the results of the team an overall success.
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Bertram, Dominic; Kungche, Hsich; Thorsvik, Andrew; Uffelman, Michael; and Vannaprapa, Noppadon, "Team Process Report: Team 2" (2012). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 310.
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