At this stage you get to know your team members and the team leader will familiar you with the goal you will try to achieve. In our team Charlie has took the responsibility of a team leader and when we found out what we are working toward to achieve Charlie has define the task and then we had group discussion and clarify how we goner work as a team.
Teams are more than just groups of people assembled in the same area, they are a collection of individuals dedicated to a common purpose and with a series of detailed performance targets, working together with complementary skills. Teams of people are encountered in various scenarios, not just in the workplace, but also throughout life, such as sports, associations, charities and voluntary services.
Teams have become very common and effective since they have proven to be effective in areas as cost reduction, developing new and innovative products, and improving quality (Effective Human relation, 2008). Team development is supported, in fact, required by almost all managements today, but still it may take quite a long time for the members to learn the task and activities and to fit themselves in the particular environment. Team work may vary as the organization or company varies. Team work involves a lot of important aspects such as relationships, cooperation, learning, leadership etc. since a team works together in
Establish objectives together: Define performance objectives with the team and make sure that all team members understand the objectives and what actions will need to be taken to achieve them.
3. The sponsor will prepare and send a welcome packet and a welcome letter to the incoming member. The welcome packet may be obtained from the S1 office. The welcome letter will include the sponsors telephone number and duty address. Sponsor should also include information regarding:
A very important part is to choose the right people who will be responsible for particular tasks such as finding and securing the right caterers, accommodation for those attendees who travel from abroad or further away from the place where event is being held, organizing administrative work
The first step will be to look at the goals of the project, and align them with the mission of the company. Systematically, the project will be broken into phases: Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing, Coordinating, Budgeting, Evaluating, and Reporting. Each phase will be further broken down into tasks and placed into a work breakdown structure. From this view, one is able to see the entire project duration, critical path, and milestones. The Planning phase is integral in any project. This phase of the project defines project objectives, mission, goals, and approach. In addition, outlining key elements of the project is critical: performance expectations, risks analysis, and contingency plans. However, after completion
Upon successful completion of this project I will identify an existing problem of a team that I am a part of and I will act as team leader and develop a coaching plan to solve this problem. I will use my current place of employment as an example. As team leader, I will lead the resolution to the problem and build a more cohesive and productive team.
The main ingredient needed for the successful completion of any project is communication. As a project manager it is important that he/she prepare the sophisticated work plan and timeline. He is also responsible for the productivity and progress of team and the development or implementation of the recommended next steps. Therefore after careful consideration, I would reorganize the roles of the sponsor/stakeholders and project managers/leader. Throughout the project there has to be a constant communication between the project manager and the sponsor, so in my opinion the sponsor is actually capable of doing the job of the project manager. The sponsor is involved in the initiating planning, executing, and closing stages of the project, he can very well manage the project. In my opinion, these two roles are similar and the sponsor has final say on the result of the project. So I believe if time permits for the sponsor the individual can be the sponsor and project leader. In turn, in time the sponsor can manage his own project and receive assistance from the Performance Improvement Consultant (PIC). This person will a mentor of sorts, he can provide direction, management advice, plus
Aspects Essential in Identifying the Appropriate Members for a Team and Ensuring the Team Is Successfully Launched
Goals and Expectations: As a team we all want to help SERRV be completing the challenges they have presented us with. We will complete the first 3 challenges for sure. Then if time permits will move on to the last three. As a team we will be expected to put our best effort into every task. We will be expected to work a minimum of 1 hour per week on the project and more when important deadlines are near. Another expectation is that as a group will all take an equal participation role, so success can be achieved. We all agree to meet our deadlines on time with work that is of professional quality. Lastly, a goal we