Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Developing A Strategy And Implementing An Effective...

Introduction/Objective: The team took a proactive approach by developing a strategy and implementing an effective solution for completing the design project within the established timeframe. Teaming describes the combining or joint effort in completing a task or working together in unison to create change, (Edmondson, 2012). As a team, we discussed the requirements for the project and determined the best method of approach by dividing the process into stages. Organizing to learn encourages intuition and the development of new ideas, (Edmondson, 2012). Our first step was to decide on an organization that would provide a topic of interest in order to establish a platform in which to build upon. Quantum ideas and increment ideas are†¦show more content†¦As a team, we agreed that this topic, though very controversial, would provide the necessary elements needed to formulate a design project of interest. The team’s ability to think outside the box and engage in crea tive thinking allowed us to put our strategy into motion. Framing changes our direction of thinking by challenging our thought process and redefining the important aspects of how we perceive a certain situation, (Edmondson, 2012). By the second week of this project, the team had picked an organization, identified a topic of interest and developed a method of application. In order to maintain consistency in progress we decided to align areas of interest with strong points of each member of the team. The team agreed that it would be advantageous to assign specific responsibilities, based on proficiency and technical skills. By defining these areas, the team was able to develop a practical approach to completing the project. As we follow our vision we need to remember to enable others through support and encouragement, (Kouzes and Posner, 2012). This is essential in building confidence within the group enhancing the one team one-mission concept, (Kouzes and Posner, 2012). As a group, we identified certain members of the team that demonstrated strong writing skills, which would be essential in developing the narrative portion of the project. The narrative was divided into three parts to include introduction, body and

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