Effective Teams 1
Managing Effective Teams
When it comes to managing teams and groups you need to know a few things first. The most important is that everyone has their own opinions, which can make teams very effective or not effective at all. You need to know your teams abilities and even some of their personal life. A person who has problems at home will not be as effective as one that has a great home life. After running the team simulation we are going to go over a few of the decisions I have made. Then after we have explained what my first simulation looked like I am going to run the simulation again and see what I have improved on. Knowing now which employee is best for the positions and see if the results are the same or if they are better.
We are going to look at the team I selected and what area I chose for them. There were five areas and seven employees to choose from. Therefore, you can only choose five employees to make my team. The five areas I need to fill are assessor and adviser, creator, controller and organizer, promoter and maintainer, and linker and producer. (University of Phoenix Staff, 2006). The first one assessor and adviser I chose Maria. I choose Maria because I felt that she could bring insight to the team since she has 10 year experience with a Japanese auto maker. Making here have a different outlook. The next area was creator, I chose Amrita. The reason I chose Amrita is because she works in interior/exterior design, and she is also new. (University of Phoenix Staff, 2006). Meaning she is not set in her ways and can offer new and exciting ideas to the team. For the controller and organizer area I chose Marcell.
Effective Teams 2
I felt he was the right fit for this area because he has great enforcing rules and past employees have said that he does a great job in maintaining focus for everyone. The forth area I had to fill was promoter and maintainer. I chose Janice for this area because she has a great record for...