Effective team - Maysen Miller MGT-420 Marnie Davis An...

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Maysen Miller MGT-420 March 15, 2016 Marnie Davis An effective team or group main focus should be completing the task that they were given at a high performance. Secondly, the processes used to perform work of the members can work together effectively to current projects and future work. Lastly, the members are sufficiently satisfied to continue working well together on an ongoing basis and to look forward working together again at some future point in time. The group does not seem to be starting off well and does not seem like they will be an effective team together. They are not thinking as a group because they are only thinking about themselves. The guy in the grey shirt in the video is the only one concerned with the group. I think that he is doing his best to pull the team together and try and make this an effective group. The five stages of team development include, forming, storming, norming, performing, and adjourning. By getting a good effective team together you need to make sure you follow the first stage forming to get to know everyone and their background. This will make for a stronger group because you can relate to everyone better than if you did not know them. In the video, it does not seem that they are getting to know each other very well. They are not asking questions about each other. It seems that they all have been in contact before this assignment but they do not seem like they care about getting to know each other. Every team goes
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through the storming stage because the team is just starting to development and people will fight to see who is going to be in charge and handle everything. This team helps development a team leader and to set role and responsibilities for each team member. I think this team is definitely going through this stage especially at the beginning. They are complaining saying they don’t have enough time to do any of this. Everyone was worried about his or her own schedule and this caused a lot of tension within the group. The guy in the grey shirt who seemed to have it all together was trying to assign the roles and responsibilities but kept being cut off and people wanted to do it at another time. The third stage norming is when the group starting working efficiently together and getting everything started.
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