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      • Team CharterDANYS SolutionsINTT Set 1ATeam Members:(Left to Right)-Dan Howard-Dan Butler-YanYan Lei-Dan Turner (back)-Seth LangObjective: To absorb all information and education that we receive, and to utilize it to the best of our ability. This is to be used to exceed expectations through the challenges of tasks given as we go to BCIT, but also to prepare us to go beyond the accepted standard in all challenges that life brings us. As a single team unit, we will overcome barriers and setbacks together, helping each other reach our goals.Goals:Future Projects to work onORGB: Focus on Team Charter, Belbin Assignment. Note: Team Charter is always a work in progress. We will always continue to improve upon it as we grow as a teamDue date: October 9, 2009. Mark desired: ADesired outcome: to put together a team charter to organize our study our group assignments into the most efficient way possible, and to learn how to deal with problems and analyze their solutions.MKTG: Team Case studies are done twice a monthDue dates: Oct. 20th, Nov. 2nd, Nov. 17th, Dec. 1st Mark desired: ADesired outcome: to prepare ourselves with dealing in marketing situations throughout our career, working in groups, and as individualsBSYS: Microsoft group assignments are designated throughout the term. Due dates: Microsoft Word , Week 7. Microsoft Excel Week 11. Mark desired: ADesired Outcome: to obtain information on how to express our ideas and creations using programs such as Powerpoint and Excel Microsoft office Key Point: Our team has established that we will not be satisfied with anything less then an A, in final marks, but most importantly the effort we put into every project we do.Key Customers:Our key customers will be the rest of our classmates, and our instructors, to show our abilities in response to their teachings.Stakeholders:We believe the main stakeholders regarding our team, is ourselves. As we put in the time and effort together, we will be the ones to experience the effects and results of our hard work. Other stakeholders will be our friends, and most importantly, our family. Our achievements are reflections of how we are guided and directed though out our lives. Roles of Each Team MemberDan TurnerRole: FinisherStrengths: Editing and adding final touches to any projects, putting together pieces to create one final production.Weakness’s: Perfectionism, obsessive behaviour. I tend to worry too much and take it out on other teammatesDan HowardRole: ShaperStrengths: Putting together outlines to start grouping ideas into a whole summary for the team. Providing guidance upon which direction we would like to go.Weaknesses: assuming undue authority, not acting as a team member, but competing with other people.Dan ButlerRole: EvaluatorStrengths: Analyzing mass amounts of information and working out which material we are able to use, and the way to put it onto paper or software in order to express our ideasWeaknesses: very opinionated and often tactless. Need to work on forming opinions in a way that is sensitive to the other group member’s feelings.YanYan LeiRole: OrganizerStrengths: Great at organizing meetings, making sure we stay on task, delegating tasks that the members will receive in regard to projects.Weakness’s: Putting work on other members that you can do yourself. Competing in group meetings, stubborn in admitting other people are rightSeth LangRole: CreatingStrengths: encourages other members to come up with ideas, or “gets the ball rolling”. Great source of imagination on how to approach topics, and put themes into our assignments.Weaknesses: can be pushy, ignore other ideas. Can leave all work upon you, not allowing others to contribute.Other RolesInvestigating, Supporting, ImplementingWe have determined that these are the roles that our team has the most trouble with, In saying that , we have agreed that all five members will be responsible in helping each other improve in these areas, and focusing on using them as a team. Team Ground RulesEffort and Participation-each team member is responsible to give it their best in regards to at home tasks, as well as team meetings. We believe if we each give 110% in these areas, we cannot fail.Attendance-it is essential that every team member attends every meeting that is held. We must be aware of progress that the team makes each day, and most importantly, be on the same page. It is a must that members are at every meeting we hold, to absorb new ideas that are brought into assignments or projects that are given.Assignment Completion-we do not want to leave everything to the last minute. So all assignments and tasks must be completed the day before due (minimum). We will not learn anything properly and will not receive a good mark if we are rushing to hand it in and just trying to “get it done”Group Meetings-the group will meet every Monday at 9:00am and every Wednesday at 1:30pm. These two days are mandatory unless it’s an emergency. If you have a valid reason for missing a meeting, you must communicate this to the other members, 24 hours before the meeting. The Three Strike RuleIf a member does not comply with these rules we have addressed, the following reprimands will applyFirst offense: a general warning from the other group members. This is to let the offender know, that their actions are not acceptable and will not be tolerated in the future.Second offense: a written warning from the other group members informing the offender that the group will not tolerate these actions, and are worried how they will effect the group in the future.Third offense: Final warning. The group will inform the member that their continuous behaviour is no longer wanted. The group will have a meeting to specifically discuss whether we need to inform our teachers that this member is no longer wanted in the team.Performance Criterion #1: ParticipationDescription: The act of sharing in activities of a group and striving to make the group more successfulRATINGSExceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsBelow Expectations Description of Behavioural Anchors Individuals take responsibility for making a contribution Helps organizes others and coordinate teammates Does extra research and add ons Constructive criticism that helps group to continue to function Motivates and encourages to stay on task while Active listening to others and their ideas Group members are prepared and are willing to Present and punctual for all meetings Taking note and valuing other people’s opinionsPositive attitude that the meetings progress. Interrupts others and is critical of opposing opinions Distracts others and is unproductive Doesn’t come to meetings prepared Off task and is a detriment to team productivityDoesn’t show effort and has unwillingness to contribute** Comments (provide a specific example of this individual’s behaviour to support your rating of this criterion):Performance Criterion #2: LeadershipDescription: Leadership is about creating a way for people to contribute to making something extraordinary happenRATINGSExceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsBelow Expectations Description of Behavioural Anchors Confidence in teamSupportive of allSets good example work habits Job delegation skillsseparates business from personalshares control Positive attitude and outlook.Good communication skills.Shows initiative.Active participation.Listens effectivelyMeets requirementsDoes not participate.Low inputCritical of others and different opinions.Control freak.Poor delegation of work.Hot headed easily loses cool.** Comments (provide a specific example of this individual’s behaviour to support your rating of this criterion):Performance Criterion #3: Decision MakingDescription: the outcome of the mental processes, leading to a course of action after weighing all the alternatives.RATINGSExceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsBelow Expectations Description of Behavioural Anchors Effectively evaluates the relative importance of different opinionsCarefully look at a decision from all points of view Makes the tough decision even if it is unpopular.Does research and applies self knowledgeAsks a another group member or expert for advice and counseling Make a selection when factors must be taken into a project Understand options by brainstorming questionsRational and calmDoesn’t cave to peer pressureLists advantages and disadvantagesMeets requirementsRarely apply knowledge in a given area to make decisionDoes not see whether a change is worth makingDoesn’t contribute to group votesIndecisive and indirect Would rather flip a coin than put their opinion on the line ** Comments (provide a specific example of this individual’s behaviour to support your rating of this criterion):Performance Criterion #5: Demonstrating RespectDescription: We want to regard each other with honor and esteem and have a willingness to show consideration or appreciationRATINGSExceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsBelow Expectations Description of Behavioral Anchors Effectively help others and get the work done in a timely mannerCarefully listen to what other s have to say before expressingBe interested and actively listen to others Lend a hand and spendGo out of your way for the greater good of the group Never cut people offPositive reinforcement when others contributeBe on time and courteous Keep promises and follow through on group assignmentsConserve dignity by resolving problems quietly and effectivelyMeets requirementsDisregards other peoples opinionsCritical of opposing beliefsDon’t talk over other people Singles people out and is disrespectfully Wastes people time and distracts them from completing work** Comments (provide a specific example of this individual’s behaviour to support your rating of this criterion):Performance Criterion #5: LeadershipDescription: Leadership is about creating a way for people to contribute to making something extraordinary happenRATINGSExceeds ExpectationsMeets ExpectationsBelow Expectations Description of Behavioural Anchors Confidence in teamSupportive of allSets good example work habits personaljob delegation skillsseparates business from personalshares control Positive attitude and outlook.Good communication skills.Shows initiative.Active participation.Listens effectivelyMeets minimum requirementsDoes not participate.Low imputCritical of others and different opinions.Control freak.Poor delegation of work.Hot headed easily loses cool.** Comments (provide a specific example of this individual’s behaviour to support your rating of this criterion):Mission Statement“We aim to work as a team, while excelling and flourishing in the B.C.I.T. work environment. We will accomplish this by debating and considering all of the routes, roads, or paths that an idea, or problem can travel. By ascertaining the most appropriate solution we will meet our goals in a professional manner”___________________ ____________________ Dan Turner Dan Butler___________________ _____________________ Dan Howard YanYan Lei__________________________Seth Lang
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