Guidelines for Group Project

Guidelines for Group Project - How to Write a Group Project...

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1 How to Write a Group Project Team development – The team consists of 4 people. Each team member should take a specific role in the group. Roles include: Team Leader – this is the person who runs the meetings, is responsible for the agenda and oversees all other team mates. This person should be an organized individual who is comfortable delegating but will also be willing to take up the slack for any team member who does not perform to his/her ability. A leader is not a dictator but someone who will keep the team focused on the goal Scribe – This is the person who keeps track of the minutes, is responsible for the notes from all meetings and distributes information within the group. This person should be a good note taker who can synthesize conversations to capture the essence of the discussion. A scribe is not a secretary but someone who is organized and listens well. Time keeper – This is the person who keeps the entire team on track to meet deadlines and goals. This person should be able to contact all team members to remind them of their duties and deliverables. A time keeper is not a task master but someone who can keep everyone on track to accomplish the overall goal Devil’s Advocate –
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