Cross Function Task Group
A cross-functional task force is made up of a group of individuals from different work areas with approximately the same status or hierarchical level that are brought together for one project. Therefore, this task force brings a variety of individuals with different backgrounds and outlooks; which typically results in a creative variety of input and is a great arena for creative ideas. The cross-functional task force is a great way to solve organizational issues, but in order for this team to be successful they must have a pre-determined leader or organize. While doing this assignment I was responsible for selecting the best candidates to match the key role for several positions. This team will be responsible for discovering the most desirable luxury car design features. According to Design Center Director, Sarah Fischer I have chosen the best possible team for the project. I chose John Marsh as the Assessor and Advisor. I chose John because of he has 15 years of experience managing automotive developing. I was a bit skeptical at first because of his stubbornness, but decided after looking at all the other candidates that he would be best fit for the job. For a cross-functional task to be successful there needs to be a leader and John has the most experience and he is already filling the role as mentor to the entry level designers. As creator, I chose Amrita Choudhury for her accumulated eight years experience at Ferrari as an interior/exterior designer, which she was commended for heading best selling designs in Europe and Asia. Controller and organizer, the obvious choice was Marcell Collins. Marcell has excellent project management skills and colleagues has commented that Marcell has the ability to keep people on track and can keep them maintain their focus during complex projects. Although Marcell may lack in automobile design I think he is the best person to fill this position. For Promoter/Maintainer the choice made was...
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