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Lorn’s Individual Development The concept that I believe I learned about, concerning functioning effectively as a team, that is the most important is that each member must take responsibility for his or her own tasks. For example, when I had to miss class because of a dental appointment the day of a group meeting, I wasn’t able to present the interview data that I had collected, and that slows the team down as a whole. Although it was a valid excuse, it is easy to see where teams could be dragged to a halt when members do not fulfill their assigned responsibilities. Another thing I learned is that it is very important for everyone to be able to express his or her ideas’. An example I experienced in this project occurred when we were first trying to define our problem. The group didn’t think the idea of the ROTC Gym topic would work, because we were jumping to conclusions too quickly, but when Mike was able to give us a more detailed description of the problem, we realized that it was definitely a viable option. When it came to leading the group, we took turns alphabetically for each week.
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