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COMM 1600 at University of Colorado Boulder

by: Rachel Nichols-Coppin

COMM 1600 at University of Colorado Boulder COMM 1600

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Rachel Nichols-Coppin

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Koschmann,Matthew A

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These are notes from the first 7 weeks of class.
Group Interaction
Koschmann,Matthew A
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Date Created: 10/13/15
COMM 1600 921 Unit 2 Teamwork Teams are dysfunctional because they are made up of imperfect people Building a team can be simple but very dif cult a Uncomplicated but dif cult to put into practice Overview of the book The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team a About a ctional company called decision tech b On paper the team seems great i Experienced and talented executives ii Lots of money iii Better than most companies with their core tech iv Solid board of directors c In practice the team is not good i Behind their competitors in revenue ii And productivity d Critical incidents i Martin and JR won t attend company retreat ii Decide on overarching goal iii JR resigns iv Con dentiality violation v Mickey is removed from the team e Graphic each layer builds upon the previous Need all of these for the team to be successful INAlllTENTION T0 RESULTS AVDIHDANEE 01F ACCDLI NTABI LITWquotr LACK OF CDMMITMEW FEAR OF GUNFLICT AB SENC E 01F TFlUET Group Development a Socialization process of becoming part of a group b Norms informal rules of conduct think quotwhat s normalquot c Roles i Formal divisions of labor ii Informal expectations about places in a group Upcoming assignments have book The 5 Dysfunctions ofa Team read by 2nOI recitation we will begin discussing it in recitation 1 Page 1


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