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Unformatted text preview: o When working with learning teams (which is the only collaborative project experience that I have ever had) I have learned that members of teams have vastly different lives, study time and project commitment. It is important that at the beginning of the team relationship, all members make their availability, strengths and weaknesses known to the group so that they can be appropriately delegated work assignments (Locker & Kienzler, 2008). "Build some leeway into your deadlines. Its harder for a group to finish a document when one persons part is missing than it is for a single writer to finish the last section of a document on which he or she has done all the work" (2008, p. 476, Para 6). o As stated previously all team members must be up front about their availability and they must be assigned talks that fit into that schedule. Reference Locker, K. O., & Kienzler, D.S., (2008). Business and Administrative Communication (8 th ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill....
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