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BUILDING A COALITION 1Building a CoalitionFhamida AktherMonroe CollegeBehavior and Leadership in the 21st Century MG630Dr. Michael A. Altamirano, PhD
BUILDING A COALITION2Abstract In my case analysis, I will examine multiorganizational effort, their principles, decision making power, involvement with other communities, provide accommodations and describe various stages of group formation. At the very end of my essay, I will discuss the advantage and disadvantage of business teamwork.
BUILDING A COALITION3Part 1: Group DevelopmentThe group development for this case within the Washington, D.C area has to be the storming stage. I state this because of what is said in the textbook in Chapter nine. “Storming stage is one of intragroup conflict”, Robbins, S., & Judge, T. (2013). In reading the case assignedit is clear that the groups that were brought together to make a decision on what would be best for the students, none of them can really decide what is the best way to improve the student test scores, increase faculty morale and make the parents of the students happy. This group can also fall under the forming stage. The group brought up several changes that need to take place but yet all the groups were not sure of what the group as a whole need to accomplish. Understanding the stagesThe Woodson foundation and all parties need to develop the best way for after school program so that they can get rid of the school ongoing issues. These issues are involved but not limited to truancy, student performance and crime. The school needs to come up with the best turnover solution that can solve most of their current problems. In order to do so, the foundation and parties need to develop a guideline that will benefit the teachers as well as parents and the students for this school. These guidelines will also increase the school funding from private sectors and various community leaders.In order to create the best guideline for school future development, the foundation needs to understand all the stages for group formation. Group formation includes peer evolutions, classroom strategies, student’s homework assignments weight, proper team development, brainstorming, and performing. The most important factors for the group to achieve the best norming and performing at stage
BUILDING A COALITION4When many ideas start to play around, people have more options to find the best solutionout of those for recovering the issues.

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Term
Winter
Professor
MichaelAltamirano
Tags
Decision Making, Woodson Foundation, Group development

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