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horrible turns but we realized that in advance and scheduled meetings and discussions which eventually helped to keep everything on track. We worked as a team which was very important. During the life project all of us really bonded together well. The seminar helped everyone learn about Lean Manufacturing as we did not have much of an idea before. Finally I think we were able to deliver a useful product (knowledge) to a real customer (attendee of the seminar) while demonstrating good project management. My role initially was to help create the project charter, draft a priority matrix, help with the WBS and do risk assessments but I ended up helping in different areas where my team members needed me. I made it clear to everyone that I would be available to help them out no matter what. I tried my best to keep transparency among team members on different tasks we did and also encouraged them through emails and discussions. I always made sure that there were clear lines of communication between everyone. They responded very well by being cooperative with me which was needed because of me being a Unite student. I would like to see some of my team members improve thus my scores might be little harsh than reality. Angelo: 8/10. He lost contact with the group for a bit and since this was his project he should have been more involved and responsible. He did not contribute much to the project as he should have. He is a smart guy but can improve in certain areas. Greg Reichert: 10/10. He worked really hard for this project. Being a Unite student he attended all the meetings and performed all his tasks effectively. He proved to be a real asset for the team. 4
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HW 10 IE5411 Sunny Ahmed Kirsten Ryan: 10/10. She was very involved with the project. Came to all the meetings and was very active in communicating with everyone. Michel Jacobs: 10/10. He was the heart of the project. Scheduled all the meeting, did all his tasks on time, was very vocal and spent a lot of time on the project. Jacob Glickstein: 9.5/10. He did his tasks well. He did come to some of the meetings but whenever he couldn’t he let us know in advance. He can try to be more involved in future projects that he does. Saleh Gamam: 9.5/10. He did his tasks well. Little less involved at times but was full of good ideas. Hasbunallah Azmi: 7/10. He was not involved with the project muchl. Contributed very less and needs improvement. He did not show up at the Seminar. Individual team member’s points total = 64 /70 Team effort: 30/30 Total points: 94/100. 5
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