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I have personally encountered some of the above problems in some of my teams. Even in group projects for this MBA program, I have experienced how devastating it can be to have incommunicative members or lack of leadership. Any type of conflict or delay in schedule can lead to interpersonal issues and lack of effectiveness in completing the assigned projects. Other team problems that I have experienced are things like individuals not carrying their share of the weight, lack of communication about expectations and deadlines, domineering personalities, and inability to focus on the tasks at hand. These common problems negatively impact progress and the ability of teams to be successful.B.N/AC.Why is it important that team members understand the goals and scope of the project?In project teams, participants are “concerned with their other obligations and how their involvement on the project will contribute to their personal goals and aspirations” (Larson & Gray, p. 341). If team members do not understand the goals and scope of the project, they will not properly understand the objective and what they must complete for the project to be successful, and they will not see how it can help advance their personal goals. This, in turn, will distract them and likely make them less effective at their tasks. Specifically, the goal of the project helps team members understand and govern the limitations of the project. The scope of the project, on the other hand, helps team members understand the steps required to complete a project. You have to know where