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Unformatted text preview: Running head: ANALYSIS OF TEAM CHARTER 1 Analysis of Team Charter A team charter defines a teams purpose, sets clear guidelines and is the basis in carrying out the project. Team As charter is a living document that lays out expected and unaccepted behaviors. The charter also serves as a reminder that no one team member will bear the burden of completing assignments entirely by his or herself. Each team member has unique qualities that will aid in the success of the team. Team A designed the charter to improve team cohesion by addressing trust issues, communication skills, and terms of managing conflict. The goal of Team A is not only to succeed but also to perform effectively and produce a high quality of work. Some key characteristics of a successful team are respect, support, and trust. After comparing the teams results from the Do I Trust Others? quiz half of the team can easily trust others, whereas the other two have very little trust in others. With this team charter easily trust others, whereas the other two have very little trust in others....
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2011 for the course MGT 521 taught by Professor Klamm during the Fall '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Fall '10