Assessment-Task-1team.docx - Assessment Task 1 BSBLDR403 Lead team effectiveness Team project plan Submission details Student\u2019s name Bayarmaa Ganbold

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Assessment Task 1BSBLDR403 Lead team effectivenessTeam project planSubmission detailsStudent’s nameBayarmaa GanboldStudent no.CRI0100FHOAssessor’s nameRipsime OvsepyanAssessment siteTeam project plan Assessment date/s07/29/2019The assessment task is due on the date as told to you by your assessor. Any changes to this arrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor.Submit this document with any required evidence/proofs attached. See specifications/details below for details.Performance objectiveYou must lead your team in order to identify, establish and document teampurpose, roles, responsibilities, goals and objectives. You must engage (work with the members of your team) the team to develop a plan which will enable them to incorporate innovation (bring in new ideas) and productivity 1(how well you do the job) measures to meet expected work outcomes. Your plan must be aligned (in line) with organisational goals andobjectives. Assessment descriptionIn this assessment task, you are required to identify a goal, form a team tomeet that goal, and create a plan in order to achieve expected team outcomes. The mechanism (method) that will underpin (basic reason) the team development will be a project. In the workplace, teams commonly form 1Incorporate innovation and productivity– in simple terms means that the work you are doing, needs to include new ideas, new methods, and at the same time to ensure the task meets the guidelines efficiently.Since ‘innovation’ is defined as ‘new ideas that add value’, this automatically means that innovation is driving force behind growth i.e productivity.© 2015 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd | Modified 04Aug161stedition version: 2Page 1of 22
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Assessment Task 1BSBLDR403 Lead team effectivenessaround projects to complete the outcomes, and then adjourn (take a break to review). The difference between a successful and unsuccessful project isoften team effectiveness.You are required to select a project to work on with your team. You will need to recruit two or more people to be your team members. You need to demonstrate your leadership ability to your team, who can be work colleagues, educational colleagues, family or personal friends/acquaintances. You must engage team members to incorporate innovation and productivity measures in your work plans and support your team in meeting expected outcomes.Procedure1.Choose one of the four case studies in Appendix 1 of this assessment task to use as the basis for your team project.2.Obtain approval of your project choice from management (your assessor).3.Organise your team. You will need to choose two (2) or more team members to assist you, and you will need to inform them of what to expect through their involvement.
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