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Week 4 - Team Charter - Team Leader Team Member 1 Brenda J...

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Team Leader: Team Member 1: Brenda J. Spann Team Member 2: Team Member 3: Delta Dog’z COLL148, Charter: Team delta 3/25/2010 Team Charter | D03471304
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Team Charter Successful teams begin with guidelines that help to manage their work. For this class you and your teammates will need to create a set of rules called a Team Charter. As a team, complete all the sections listed below to build your Team Charter. Team Member Contact Information: NAME TIME ZONE CONTAC T # WORK HOUR’s Available HOUR’s EMAIL ADDRESS Team Leader: Team Member 1: Brenda Spann Eastern Time Zone (Virginia) (571) 606- 5100 7 AM – 3 PM Monday - Friday 7 PM – 9 PM Monday – Sunday 9 AM – 11 AM Saturday & Sunday [email protected] .army.mil Team Member 2: Team Member 3: Section I: Team Member Skill Inventory Each team member must complete this section. Team Member Name Strengths/Contributions Areas for Development Brenda Spann Organization, general computer skills, research for money management, commitment to successful project. Research, organization, review, monthly student budget preparation ??? suggestions: please let me know what you need me to do
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Beth Ray - taking a problem and breaking it down to smaller pieces - I can figure out programs fairly easily but if someone KNOWS power point please go ahead. - I like to get things done before the deadline so I can look it over Office 07 Jerry Sorenson I can take all the research and data correlate them and create a PowerPoint presentation. Then submit to the rest of the team for critique and corrections before final presentation.
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