Iowa State University           COMS 309         TEAM WORK - 1                Simanta Mitra, Ph.D.           Department of...
Iowa State UniversitySoftware Engineering                        2
Iowa State University                       Together                       Everyone                       Achieves        ...
Iowa State University    STAGES in TEAM BUILDINGSoftware Engineering                              4
Iowa State University     Key Actions in Team Building—  Setting team objectives and standards—  Involving the team as a...
Iowa State University                       Stage-1 Forming—  Team has just been created. Team members start  discovering...
Iowa State University                       Stage-2 Storming—  Clarity of purpose increases. The team is actively  involv...
Iowa State University                       Stage-3 Norming—  Strong commitment to goals and team unity. Team may  engage...
Iowa State University                  Stage-4 Performing—  The team is aware (knows why it is doing what it is  doing). ...
Iowa State University                       Adjourning—  Group is disbanding!—  Celebrate the teams achievements!Softwar...
Iowa State University          Stages in team building—  Forming (team is undeveloped)—  Storming (team is experimenting...
Iowa State University                       S.C.O.R.E.Software Engineering                                    12
Iowa State University       S.C.O.R.E – effective team                            Strategy          Clear roles and respon...
Iowa State University                       Strategy—  shared purpose—  clearly articulated ground rules and norms—  un...
Iowa State University   Clear Roles+Responsibilities—  Clear definition of roles—  Clear definition of responsibilities—...
Iowa State University               Open communication—  Respect for individual differences—  channels for communication...
Iowa State University                       Rapid Response—  Awareness of changes in project (internal  or external probl...
Iowa State University                 Effective Leadership—  Clarity on goal—  Clarity on path to goal (tasks allocation...
Iowa State University                       SUMMARYSoftware Engineering                                 19
Iowa State University                       Summary— T.E.A.M— Forming, storming, norming,  performing— S.C.O.R.E.Softwa...
Iowa State University                       THE ENDSoftware Engineering                                 21
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  1. 1. Iowa State University COMS 309 TEAM WORK - 1 Simanta Mitra, Ph.D. Department of Computer Science Iowa state University
  2. 2. Iowa State UniversitySoftware Engineering 2
  3. 3. Iowa State University Together Everyone Achieves MoreSoftware Engineering 3
  4. 4. Iowa State University STAGES in TEAM BUILDINGSoftware Engineering 4
  5. 5. Iowa State University Key Actions in Team Building—  Setting team objectives and standards—  Involving the team as a whole towards objectives—  Maintaining team unity—  Communicating efficiently—  Consulting the team before taking global decisionsSoftware Engineering 5
  6. 6. Iowa State University Stage-1 Forming—  Team has just been created. Team members start discovering each others behaviors and begin to set team rules and guidelines.—  Little agreement on team goals.—  Individual roles and responsibilities are unclear.—  Processes are often ignored.—  ACTION ITEMS —  Determine Roles —  Develop communications channels —  Develop norms and rulesSoftware Engineering 6
  7. 7. Iowa State University Stage-2 Storming—  Clarity of purpose increases. The team is actively involved in determining how to accomplish its goals. —  Team may realize task is very big —  May be resistant to the task—  Team members compete to establish their roles. —  power struggles —  poor collaboration—  ACTION ITEMS —  Trust building (by doing work on time, contributing, understanding, decision processes) —  Decision process (brainstorming + multivoting)Software Engineering 7
  8. 8. Iowa State University Stage-3 Norming—  Strong commitment to goals and team unity. Team may engage in fun and social activities. Team members start becoming more confident of their team.—  Roles and responsibilities are clear and accepted.—  Big decisions are made by group agreement. Smaller decisions may me made by individuals.—  Team discusses its process and working style.Software Engineering 8
  9. 9. Iowa State University Stage-4 Performing—  The team is aware (knows why it is doing what it is doing). The team has a strong shared vision.—  better understanding of team and individual processes—  better understanding of individual strengths and weaknesses—  prevents or works thru conflicts—  close attachment to the teamSoftware Engineering 9
  10. 10. Iowa State University Adjourning—  Group is disbanding!—  Celebrate the teams achievements!Software Engineering 10
  11. 11. Iowa State University Stages in team building—  Forming (team is undeveloped)—  Storming (team is experimenting)—  Norming (team is settling down)—  Performing (now a team!)—  Adjourning (team is disbanding)
  12. 12. Iowa State University S.C.O.R.E.Software Engineering 12
  13. 13. Iowa State University S.C.O.R.E – effective team Strategy Clear roles and responsibilities Open communication Rapid Response Effective LeadershipSoftware Engineering 13
  14. 14. Iowa State University Strategy—  shared purpose—  clearly articulated ground rules and norms—  understanding of risks and opportunities—  understanding of overall approach and processesSoftware Engineering 14
  15. 15. Iowa State University Clear Roles+Responsibilities—  Clear definition of roles—  Clear definition of responsibilities—  shared responsibilities—  specific objectives for each individualSoftware Engineering 15
  16. 16. Iowa State University Open communication—  Respect for individual differences—  channels for communication have been established (websites, emails, phone etc)—  2-way commn (sent and rcvd+understood)—  commitment to prompt status responses—  commitment to prompt "problem" commn—  meeting times setSoftware Engineering 16
  17. 17. Iowa State University Rapid Response—  Awareness of changes in project (internal or external problems)—  Rapid identification of teams problems—  Rapid response to teams problemsSoftware Engineering 17
  18. 18. Iowa State University Effective Leadership—  Clarity on goal—  Clarity on path to goal (tasks allocation and followup)—  Help each other achieve the objectives—  Draw out skills of all team membersSoftware Engineering 18
  19. 19. Iowa State University SUMMARYSoftware Engineering 19
  20. 20. Iowa State University Summary— T.E.A.M— Forming, storming, norming, performing— S.C.O.R.E.Software Engineering 20
  21. 21. Iowa State University THE ENDSoftware Engineering 21

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