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Final Exam Part 1:Team Take-Home Exam Assignment for The Last Castle MovieDUE Monday, May 16that 10pmThe Last Castle is a movie of fiction. Good/effective leadership versus bad/ineffective leaderships is not always as clear as it is portrayed in the movie, but this movie highlights key Organizational Behavior concepts. Dr. Bullough has put you in new teams of 3 for this assignment only. In your new teams, answer the questions below in relation to the movie. To find your teammates, locate the Excel file posted at the top of the course page in Canvas. You will be given time in class to locate one another. Otherwise, to find contact information for team members, you can locate them in the UD People search or ask the professor.If you did not watch the movie with our class, or you would like to re-watch some or all of the movie, then you have UDCapture (details and links are in Canvas and in the syllabus) or you can rent it online (e.g. Amazon video has it for $2.99). Also, IMD is a good resource for movie details if you need them while you and your team discuss the questions below, including character synopses (). Of course, anything else you find through your own research is fine as well, although neither outside research nor citations are required.You will answer the questions below together. DO NOT DIVIDE THE QUESTIONS among you and simply paste them together before submitting. Each of the final answers you submit must have been a collaborative effort. Your grade relies on the quality of your answers, so one personshould not be responsible. Your collective contribution and attention to detail should result in a higher-quality product than dividing among individuals. 1-2 paragraphs should suffice for a response to most of the questions below. The more specific and clear you can be in your answers, the better. Only one team member should submitthis assignment for the whole team. Submit your answers in the Assignment created in Canvas. DO NOT SHARE ANSWERS WITH OTHER CLASSMATES OUTSIDE OF YOUR TEAM. There is electronic software that fairly easily catches this sort to academic dishonesty.Upon completionof this assignment, each student will thencomplete an evaluation of his/her teammates’ contributions. The evaluation is mandatoryand can also be found on the Canvas homepage. DO NOT GIVE TEAMMATES CREDIT THAT THEY DO NOT DESERVE. This is an exam and should be treated as such and graded accordingly. Each student on the team will receive an individual grade for this assignment, based on a combination of the overall quality of the final product you submit as a team and the scores below from fellow team members. Individual grades are a private to each student and no student is required to share with her/his classmates.