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Everyone knew that the "Fun in the Sun" photo shoot had been a disaster. Screaming children, a sunless windy beach, and a mess of featured products looking increasingly battered: it was not a pretty picture. Tai had even heard that there had been a seagull attack at one point.
The resulting photos were not good; in fact, they were barely usable.
So what was Tai supposed to do with that?
Her job was to create a strong layout and graphic design incorporating the images, and that was what she had done. It wasn't her fault that the sky was gray, the kids looked grumpy, and their bathing suits were askew.
And yet their new team manager, Marcus, seemed to think that Tai was ultimately responsible for the bad ads.
"You are the Senior Print Designer," he had said to Tai in private meeting. "You need to be the one to own the final results."
Marcus seemed to think that Tai should have been at the shoot, directing things, even though that had never been part of her job before. Tai started to dig around in her files, looking for a job description. Once she found it, Tai realized that the roles described in it were very vague, to the point of being useless. These descriptions could mean anything!
Many problems can result when roles are not defined clearly. Select three issues that commonly result from poorly defined roles.
Team members enter into conflict over territory.
The team has a decreased skill set.
The team leaves work undone due to unclear responsibility.
Team members do not have assigned work.
The team is inefficient due to redundant efforts.
The team lacks diversity.