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The team#s Belbin profiles
The Belbin team Inventory is firstly used to define the personality of team members. Belbin, M. (1981) use this model to analyse the reasons of why a team fails or succeeds in a project. There are nine Team Roles in this test, including plant, resource investigator, co-ordinator, shaper, monitor evaluator,teamworker,implementer,completer finishier and specialist.To build a team with all this characters is more likely to make a team work more effectively and function more smoothly,because each of these characters is critical in a team. After completing the Belbin’s Team Roles Self Perception Inventory,our group is built by completing the team balance sheet,ensuring nine Team Roles are included.Our team members are Fabrice,Holden,Hugh and Ray. Fabrice is defined in the test for a co-ordinator and a shaper.To be more specific,he is more likely a leader who has a big picture in his mind and recognise the future possibility of changes.As a shaper, he is the key person of driving the project and keeping us on the right direction.For example ,when deciding the critical path ,he gave many excellent ideas on the allocation of human resource and potential floating needed for the delay or failure Holden(I) acts as a monitor evaluator and implementer, who is a supervisor on the situations of how the processes are going on and who recognizes the change needed to make.Holden has a logical and fair idea on the project ,ensuring the team takes no biased idea.Also, Holden is a implementer who makes supplements to the project,for example,he gave many advices on the restrictions of completing the gant chart. Hugh is also a implementer who gives many ideas on how to continue the projects,especially in making the changes according to the delays and failures,for instance,the failure on process P227 and the delay on process M311.What’s more, Hugh is a specialist the in time control,who is good at using the floating in...
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