Write a five-to-eight page assessment of your team’s project (presentation for prospective Graduate students).

Write a five-to-eight page assessment of your team’s project (presentation for prospective Graduate students).

Must include

Introduction and conclusion

Planning,

Climate of motivation

Decision making

Communication

Special attention will be given to the balance between planning the task and motivating the people and the use of the Six Thinking Hats approach. Grades will be based on the accurate use of multiple concepts from the session’s readings to analyze the team’s success.

Include introduction and conclusion

1. Team meant weekly

2. Each member of the team was highly motivated

3. Each team member was part of the decision main

4. Communication was open between team members

 

Reference

 

debonair, E. (1999). Six Thinking Hats. Boston: Micro Management Resources

 

Harvard Business Review. (2012). HBRGuide to Project Management. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing. ISBN 978-1422187296

 

Amiable, T. and Kramer, S. (2011). The Progress Principle: Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy, Engagement, and Creativity at Work. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing. ISBN 978-1422198575

 

Seem, M. (2006). The GO Point. New York: Crown Business. ISBN: 978-1400082995

SWOT Analysis http://www.mindtools.com/community/pages/article/newTMC_05_1.php

Project Management Skills Quiz http://www.mindtools.com/community/pages/article/newPPM_60.php

Stakeholder Analysis http://www.mindtools.com/community/pages/article/worksheets/PowerInterestGridDownload.php

Goal Setting (MOB) http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTMM_94.htm

Work Breakdown Schedule and Gantlet Chart for Small Projects http://www.mindtools.com/community/Bite-SizedTraining/BiteSizedTraining-SmallProjects.pdf

Star Bursting Model http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newCT_91.htm

Flow http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/flow-model.htm

Kenmore-Foregoes Decision Template http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTED_94.htm

OM 580 Individual Team Assessment Rubric

 

(98 points possible per assignment)

 

  Poor (0 points) Fair (7 points) Good (11 points) Excellent (14 points)
Content Does not follow assignment directions Minimally follows some of assignment instructions Adequately follows most of assignment instructions Fully and completely follows assignment directions
Assessment of Team Project Planning Does not provide an assessment of team project planning Provides a minimal assessment of team project planning Provides an adequate assessment of team project planning Provides a fully developed assessment of team project planning
Assessment of Climate of Motivation Does not provide an assessment of the team’s climate of motivation Provides a minimal assessment of the team’s climate of motivation Provides an adequate assessment of the team’s climate of motivation Provides a fully developed assessment of the team’s climate of motivation
Assessment of Team Decision Making Does not provide an assessment of the team’s decision making Provides a minimal assessment of the team’s decision making Provides an adequate assessment of the team’s decision making Provides a fully developed assessment of the team’s decision making
Assessment of Team Communication Does not provide an assessment of the team’s communication Provides a minimal assessment of the team’s communication Provides an adequate assessment of the team’s communication Provides a fully developed assessment of the team’s communication
Summary Assessment Does not provide for a graduate-­‐level scholarly analysis; no integration between theory and practice is evident; no reference to literature Minimally provides for a graduate-­‐level scholarly analysis; discussion is superficial in nature; no reference to literature Adequately provides for a scholarly analysis; discussion and presentation approach the graduate-­‐level in nature; minimal reference to scholarly literature Fully provides for a scholarly analysis at the expected graduate-­‐level; multiple references to scholarly literature and class discussions; full integration between theory and practice is evident
Scholarly writing Does not follow SPA format; multiple errors in writing, grammar, and style detract from the presentation Minimally follows SPA format;several errors in

writing, grammar,

and style that

detract from the

presentation

Mostly follows SPA format;Some errors in

writing, grammar,

and style that

overall do not

detract from the

presentation

Fully and completely follows SPA

format; very few

errors in writing,

grammar, and

style; scholarly

writing is at the

expected

Graduate-­‐level.

Type of paper Academic level Subject area
Number of pages Paper urgency Cost per page:
 Total: