Question for Critical Reflection 3 (Advanced Organizational Behavior class)
Hi again, please read the instruction first, and I will let you know how to do and what to do for this task.
Here is the Professor’s instruction
1. I am happy to see your hard work on the group project. In your group, introduce ONE group member who you expect as the best contributor to the successful outcome of the group project (EXCEPT YOU). Your group members name can be either his full/first name or nick name.
To what extent can Belbins Team Roles Model be used to explain his/her contribution to the team dynamics?
2. It should be based on the lecture and offer evidence of your further study.
I seek and value your contribution: both academically in advancing a sound argument,
or a fresh perspective regarding a chosen topic; and your demonstrated ability to draw lessons from them.
Well, bascially, as you can see above, the professor wants us to write about one group member who I expect as the best contributor to the successful outcome of the group project.
Our group project will be address one of the following options and critically describe and evaluate organizational behavior issues within a domestic/multinational company.
Work motivation; Working in Teams; Leadership, Organizational Control and Managing Change; Managing across cultures; Organizational Culture; and other OB issues.
So, just letting you know, our group decieded to go with ‘Netflex’ and for this task, I need to choose one member right? and I chose ‘Nhi’ who is a representative of my group. And she said she’s strongest part is Sharper and completer, so, I think you can write about like why and how can Nhi become a best contributor to the successful outcome of the group project. You can refer to the ppt, there is a detail information about Nhi’s strogest part sharper and completer. Also, write about what extent can Belbins Team Roles Model be used to explain Nhi’s contribution to the team dynamics.
You can write about 500~600 words,
If you know get anything please let me know, I will explain you again.