Team Development Stages

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1.(a) The definition of team development stages are special challenges to a group of people to work together successfully by using each development stage. The team and the organization take action to develop each stage to support the team to be a success and accomplish the mission. (b) The example of each team development stage is Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing and Adjourning stages. The forming stage develops when the team members meet each other at the first meeting and share information, experience and determine how the team will organize. They learn about a new project and discuss a project 's goals and find out what role might work well together. The storming stage develops when teams know each other and begin to address tasks and individual roles and confront member 's opinion. The conflict takes place what should be done and how it should be done. The norming stage develops when members more focus on developing work together and respect each other 's opinion and their differences. They help each other to accomplish the project and are satisfied with group members. The performing stage develops when the members focus on the group 's reaching goal. They trust each other and rely on each other. The members became more interdependent and competent, highly performed without any guidance. They are motivated and can solve the problem quickly without the guidance of the leader. The adjourning stage develops when the project is coming to an end and the members have
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