What rating would you give the team out of 10 (10 being the highest level of success)? What factors do you think contributed to the level of success your team achieved when success is defined as the creation of a resource that has authority and is user-friendly and the degree to which you worked effectively as a team. Provide specific examples from your experience to illustrate these factors.
The vision of this project is for the Grand Canyon University MGT-605 CLC Team Untied for Success to work effectively and collaboratively on an assigned project. The project involves team members writing their own “Virtual Group Charter” then collaborating and combining the best parts of an assignment to be turned in the name of the team. Shared goals and shared understanding are required for success (Berry 2011). We, the members of the purple team, also known as Team United for Success, after consultation, agree to the following charter and are resolved to make a commitment to adhere to the rules, responsibilities and uphold the values of the charter stated below:
D) Counselor met with the client of his one on one session to discuss what progress has been made on his treatment plan , and how things are going in the program for him. The client this week has made some progress he has completed his second step. The client feels that when he was given a choice to either come to the program or do the remaining of his time, he that it was his higher power that guild him in this direction to do a treatment program. The client reported that his experience being incarcerated has lead him to belief that prison is not for him. A) Client appears to be sincere about not wanting to continue to live a criminal lifestyle. P Client and counselor has developed a treatment plan surrounding finding an alternative lifestyle
Our vision is to be one of the main essential wellbeing suppliers in the zone, extending our administrations to achieve extra group individuals. Our notoriety is that we furnish 100% access with 0% abberations in social insurance conveyed. With a specific end goal to finish this, we work to be trusted by patients, an esteemed accomplice in the group, and makers of positive change.
Pt is a 8 y/o white female that was presented at NNBHC by her mother with a dx of ADHD, OCD, and Anxiety D/O. Pt is currently on vacation and reports of have intrusive thoughts of SI with a plan to “get a knife” with a desire to harm self. Pt states that she has been having difficulty of controlling her anger towards family members. Pt describes that she sometimes to get upset and punches herself in the face. Pt also states that she has suicidal thought “at least ten times” where she verbalize that she wanted to harm herself. “I am having a hard time controlling my anger lately”, stated by pt. “Sometimes I want to harm myself when I get so angry” stated the pt.Pt states that she does not have future goals and she forsee plans for tomorrow. Pt denies psychosis and paranoid thinking. Pt utilizes vulgar language when she is upset towards her family, however she states that she apologizes afterwards.
My case study involves a 6 year old boy Daniel Sanchez. Sanchez has jet black hair and tanned skin. He is a mixture of Cuban and Mexican, his father is from Cuba and his mother is from Mexico. Sanchez lives in a suburban three bedroom house with both his parents and two older siblings. His mother works in a restaurant full time and his father is retired from the workforce. Sanchez has an elder brother that works with irrigation instillation while his second oldest brother stays at home. Right now Sanchez is in the first grade, his school being walking distance from his home. An in depth look into Sanchez’s current lifestyle will provide more information to help me
I think this is the perfect time for me to be involved in a team-based research project. I have enough background knowledge to work with others to successfully carry out research. Yet, on the other side of things, much more still remains in my study of anthropology. The new skills I will gain from this research experience will prove to be beneficial as I continue my education and I eventually run independent research projects. By working with a team to conduct anthropological research, I will be more prepared to complete independent anthropological research in the future and after completing the project, I will be able to appreciate the ethnographies of others more fully.
Team Bio represents seventy-two biotechnology companies spread across both Pablo and Burford, with the majority of our members residing in Burford. In general we are opposed all government regulations, but specifically those that deal with the agriculture business and pesticide use. We are not opposed to sustainable agriculture and we believe technology based solutions will allow us to protect our interests in our bottom line product No Drink (drought resistant, genetically engineered soy bean plant), as well our auxiliary profitable venture Zine (herbicide). All we care about is promoting biotechnology and pesticides and we communicated early (via email, prior to negotiations) with virtually every group to identify those with goals that do not compromise ours. Our plan was
We are team one, The Life Changers. Our group consists of four amazing women who are on a mission to gain a plethora of knowledge, so that we may have the ability to enhance the lives of others within our communities.
Explained and averred that on the 6th August 2014, the Pursuer and two apprentices, John Paterson and Robertson Miller were carrying out the delivery and construction of a timber summerhouse on behalf of the Defender as part of their employment. Explained and averred that a panel which was 12 ft by 10ft in length and weighed approximately 94.5Kg which was clearly marked on the panel, was unloaded manually by the Pursuer and the two apprentices. The pursuer at the front end of the panel, John Paterson in the middle and Robert Miller at the rear, carried the panel towards the house. If the Pursuer had followed the instructions on safe lifting and handling techniques guidelines provided by J&A Paterson and the best practice guidelines, the panel should not have been lifted using only two people
1. There were many factors led to the eventual disintegration of Learning team #28. It was apparent that there was a growing dissatisfaction amongst members stemming from poor communication, disproportionate involvement in team tasks, and an evident lack of supportive leadership. Three major factors have been identified for discussion: the absence of the team’s constitution or a charter that clearly defined the team’s goals and processes, inadequate knowledge and skills amongst team members to drive the team’s performance, and absence of positive team culture and values. We explore each of these factors below and analyze how they contributed to the issues in the case.
For the purpose of facilitating a case study research design aligned with the research questions of the study, teachers and students will be the target population of this study. More specifically, the sample for individual interviews will consist of four teachers and 10 students and the sample for the focus group discussion will consist of four teachers. The school from which participants will be recruited is located Southeast of Florida. All teachers and students will be from a school that is located Southeast of Florida. As of the moment, the exact school chosen for this study is still unknown. According to Mason (2010), for qualitative studies, data saturation must be reached in order to be able to say that the sample size is sufficient. In most cases, a sample of 10 to 20 will facilitate data saturation (Mason, 2010).
In reading the first article Coach Knight: The Will to Win, I found the article found Coach Knight to be very offensive and mean to his players. Coach Knight did not display good leadership skills. According to the article, Coach Knight’s drive and passion for excellence was not always received as well as his record of wins and losses Snook, Per low, Delacey, 2005).
How do these strategies apply to a team that you are or have been a participating member?