lecture 4 - Define scoping Adding Information -Ask the...

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Week 3, Lecture 2, Fall 2008 ESP I Lecture Outline Finishing Team Forming Selecting a Team Leader  What do you not  want in a team leader? (beyond the opposite of the last list)  Most Common Team Problems  Hitchhiker Social Loafers - Directly address behavior - Direct about expectations
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Hijacker - Want control - May insist on being leader Isolationist  -Does not want to be in the team -Blame team for all failures - Energy downer Design Process  Client Statement  -Brief - Overly long Missing information May contain errors/assumptions Implied solutions Difficulties articulate the problem
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Client statement  à  Problem statement What is client looking for Work back to underlying need Identify missing information
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Unformatted text preview: Define scoping Adding Information -Ask the client questions-Focus group-Need survey-Research-Benchmarking-Strategy of Least Commitment Leave design space as open as possible Client statement -> problem statement -> generate ideas -> evaluate ideas Expand on Need Prune and Organize Need List Design Requirements Key Points 1. Construct concrete strategies for addressing team problems. 2. Give thoughtful consideration to the selection of a team leader 3. Client statements may require critical analysis to translate into a problem statement 4. Gather information using a variety of methods to add to the problem definition...
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2009 for the course ECE APS111 taught by Professor Vicente during the Spring '09 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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