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Project2 teamcontract

  1. 1. Team Name: The Unintentional FiresTeam Members and Roles (example roles are on last page).Name Role E-mail Address Phone Hours in Number Lab*Jordan Knight Project Manager 405-642-8381 TR 3:15-5:00Corey Vyhlidal Lead Engineer 479-857-3833 TR 3:15-5:00Heath Sorey Scientist 405-819-5366 TR 3:15-5:00Josh Holloway Scientist 918-850-9269 TR 3:15-5:00Austin Taylor Scientist/Gate 918-770-6923 TR 3:15-5:00 KeeperBrian Tollison Scientist/Harmonizer 901-871-3297 TR 3:15-5:00* Hours in Lab are the days and times each team member commits to be physically present and workingin the design lab and can meet with the instructor, TA’s, or other students.Description of Roles (if new roles are chosen):Team Meeting Time:Every _______Tuesday______ (day) from _3:15pm___ to ____4:30pm_______(time)Responsibilities of the Team (Delete, change, or add to the example list below) 1. All team members are responsible for showing up to a meeting or notifying the team leader at least 24 hours in advance if they cannot make a meeting. 2. The team meeting will start exactly at the time scheduled. 3. Team meetings will last no more than __2__ hours. 4. The team will share the cost of project expenses only if they are approved in advance by the team leader and if the person who bought the supplies has a receipt. 5. Team members will notify the rest of the team at least five days in advance if they are unable to meet their responsibilities or complete any portion of the project. 6. Each team member is responsible for writing their portion of the project report at least four days before the report is due. 7. It is the responsibility of each team member to ensure spelling and grammar on their section of the report is correct. 8. All team members must clean up the work area and store equipment as soon as they are done. 9. If you lose your key to the cubby, you will pay the price to replace it. 10. If you damage the cubby, you will pay the price to repair it.
  2. 2. Responsibilities of Individual Team MembersName ResponsibilitiesJordan Knight Coordinate team meetings and facilitate communication. Soldering Technician Individual Research Debug Individual Block PrototypingCorey Vyhlidal Individual Research Debug Individual Block Prototyping Testing/Quality ControlHeath Sorey Individual Research Milling Technician Debug Individual Block PrototypingJosh Holloway Soldering Technician Individual Research Debug Individual Block PrototypingAustin Taylor Milling Technician Individual Research Debug Individual Block PrototypingBrian Tollison Testing/Quality Control Individual Research Debug Individual Block PrototypingIncentives: What rewards for extra effort or skills will the team recognize?Extra Effort or Skill RewardHelping another team member complete their project. + 5 points on evaluationCompleting project for a team member who fails to do so. + 20 points on evaluationDoing more than their share of the report. + 5 points on evaluationAlways being available to help when needed. + 5 points on evaluationHaving knowledge or skill without which the team could not + 10 points on evaluationcomplete project.Resolving conflict within the team. + 2 points on evaluationHaving an extremely positive attitude. + 2 points on evaluationTaking on extra jobs no other team member wants to do + 5 points on evaluationTaking on extra jobs no other team member can do + 10 points on evaluationPenalties: What penalties for non-performance will the team assess?Extra Effort or Skill RewardFailure to meet a major deadline resulting in extra work for - 20 points on evaluationthe rest of the team.Failure to do their share of the report. - 10 points on evaluationPoor work on report that needs extensive editing. - 5 points on evaluationMaking wrong technical decisions that lead to extra work - 10 points on evaluationfor the rest of the team. 2
  3. 3. Causing conflict within the team. - 2 points on evaluationHaving an extremely negative attitude. - 2 points on evaluationDoes not do small jobs such as cleaning up workbench - 5 points on evaluationMisses a meeting without prior notice - 10 points on evaluationConsistently late to meetings or lab session - 5 points on evaluationCauses team to miss a milestone -10 points on evaluationOther Items or Exclusions Not Explicitly Listed AboveAdd, Change, or Delete examples belowI have read, contributed to, and agree to the stipulations outlined in this contract. Iacknowledge that this document will be used by my team members and myself toevaluate the other members on the team. I recognize that this evaluation is used toweight the grade in this course and agree that not performing on the team can seriouslyimpact my grade.Print Name Sign Name DateJordan KnightCorey VyhlidalHeath SoreyJosh HollowayAustin TaylorBrian Tollison 3
  4. 4. List of Possible Team Member RolesTask Roles contribute to the completion of the team’s tasks:Project Manager: initiates discussions, facilitates meetings, manages meeting times,keeps team on schedule, resolves disputes.Functional Specialist: focuses on completing a subtask (list subtask on contract)Proofreader/Editor: proofreads and/or compiles written work, makes necessarychanges.Ambassador: responsible for interactions with instructor, TA, and other teams.Technician: responsible for equipment inventory, acquiring parts, arranging andcoordinating tasks like PCB milling or machine shop.Scientist: performs research of possible solutions and literature reviews, in charge ofdesign and simulation.Maintenance Roles contribute to team maintenance or how the team manages itself.Maintenance roles can optionally be taken in addition to, but not instead of, task roles.Gatekeeper: ensures that all members participate in team discussionsMediator: helps to mediate team conflicts or disagreementsConsensus Tester: ensures that true consensus is reachedDevil’s Advocate: helps to ensure that different points of view are consideredHarmonizer: works to maintain team harmonyYou may create new roles for your team, but you must describe the responsibilitiesassociated with these roles on the contract. 4