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BUS 3000 Lecture 5: Team Charters
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Fall 2016

Department
Tippie College of Business
Course Code
BUS 3000
Professor
Renee Schlueter
Lecture
5

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BCAP: Team Charter—please type in responses to these questions and develop several sentences for
each question.
General Discussion—what makes for a good team? Identify the components of good teams and also
discuss the fundamentals of Effective teams and team communication outlined in Ch. 2. As a team,
begin by discussing your experiences working with teams in the past. What went well and what did not?
How might some of the problems you experienced have been resolved?
Our Team number (1, 2, 3, etc.) and Team member names (list)
Our ground rules
> Other than in class, when will we attempt to meet (what time, how often)?
>What communication modes will we use to reach one another?
> On average, how long should our meetings be and in what environment will our meetings take place?
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> How do we feel about a member missing a meeting? What protocol shall we follow to inform each
other when we can’t be there or are running late? What contact methods will we use? [Note: you may
NOT fire a team member.]
> What does “on time” mean?
> What do we do with mobile phone calls & text messaging during meetings?
> Can we bring food and drink to meetings?
> How do we deal with members who don’t participate enough, participate too much or distract the
group from its task? [Be specific—your team should consider having a verbal conversation first and
keeping a written record of the conversation. [You may not “fire” a team member.]
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> How are we going to make decisions? [Note, it is a good idea to take turns having leadership roles.]
What will we do if a group member’s work doesn’t meet our standards? [Note, team members
provide feedback on team experience reports about team member’s interactions and responsibility]
*What guidelines from Adapting to other Business Cultures (Ch. 3) and Resolving conflict (Ch. 2) will
your group use to be proactive and productive?
> We, the team named ............................................................... agree with the
> answers in our charter and will try our best to uphold them.
Team Member Names and Signatures (include your assigned team number):
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BCAP: Team Charter—please type in responses to these questions and develop several sentences for each question. General Discussion—what makes for a good team? Identify the components of good teams and also discuss the fundamentals of Effective teams and team communication outlined in Ch. 2. As a team, begin by discussing your experiences working with teams in the past. What went well and what did not? How might some of the problems you experienced have been resolved? Our Team number (1, 2, 3, etc.) and Team member names (list) Our ground rules > Other than in class, when will we attempt to meet (what time, how often)? >What communication modes will we use to reach one another? > On average, how long should our meetings be and in what environment will our meetings take place? 02 UTS IML.ENHANCING EXPERIENCES OF GRP WORK p 000 > How do we feel about a member missing a meeting? What protocol shall we follow to inform each other when we can’t be there or are running late? What contact methods will we use? [Note: you may NOT fire a team member.] > What does “on time” mean? > What do we do with mobi
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