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Case Study II Kait Edgin RTL 3360 February 22, 2010
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It seems that Pat, Tara, Chris, and Liu are in the developmental stage called storming. They have already “formed” the group, which means that the members attempt to understand each other, find out the groups goals (designing the new airbag sensor and mechanism that would be less harmful to small adults and children), and figuring out the working arrangements. In the stage they are currently in, “storming,” the group members struggle to establish their positions within the group. In this stage, they need to identify who will lead and who will follow (Tucker 245). This is where the group is stuck. Pat wants to be leader, and Chris is upset that Pat has just taken over the team without any discussion. Chris wants to hold a meeting with the team to discuss this issue. In my opinion, this is a good idea because communication in a team is the key to success. The Human Challenge states that “in today’s work organizations, communication is the foundation on which all other functions rest. Communication
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2010 for the course ANSC 1401 taught by Professor Jackson during the Fall '09 term at Texas Tech.

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