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Individual Reflection

Name: XUDONG SHI
ID: 3845684
Victoria University

Table of Contents

Presentation4
Describe4
Interpret4
Evaluate4
Plan4
Project5
Describe5
Interpret5
Evaluate5
Plan5
Team Performance6
Describe6
Interpret6
Evaluate6
Plan6
Individual Behaviour7
Describe7
Evaluate7
Interpret7
Plan7
Reference List8
Appendix 19
Appendix 210

Presentation
Describe
During the presentation, the team adapted the demonstration method inside of welcoming, did not perform encouragement for the audience to join the movie night and help out the charity. The plain slides style did not provide secure engagement and visual appeal. Ticketing system explanation was made before audience get well know about the project objectives, did not deliver a positive outcome. Without confirmation on each detail of the project, the team present different ideas and unsmooth transition on ticket issue. Interpret

1. Audience engagement:
Deliver what the audience wants to hear (Bourne 2007). The team should identify the audience before the preparation of presentation, and outline the objectives according to audience preference. 2. Visual impact:

The quality of the slides shows the efforts a team puts in to it. To provide a satisfying experience of the performance, slides should be more attractive. 3. Be logical:
A logical flow helps audience easily understand as the presentation go through. 4. Get everyone on board: The difference of each team member’s knowledge of the project is a key indicator of the presentation. Evaluate

It is necessary to know the quality of the presentation so that the team can address specific methods to improve the performance. Plan
For the presentations coming, the team will come from audience engagement, visual impact, logical and getting everyone on board, and then accomplish the presentation task.

Project
Describe
SWOT analysis or categorizing issues into strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. It is one of the most respected and prevalent tools of strategic planning (Glaister and Falshaw, 1999). It is a proper theory to define the status of project, and provide a strategic perspective. Interpret

Strengths:
1. Personal Ability: There are strong ability members in team such as experience event officer of Victoria University, strong marketing skills personnel, professional musician and valid speaker. 2. Strong Assistance: Bendigo Bank provides both experienced mentor guidance and strong financial support to the project. Weakness:

As the social loafing issue on team performance, the role and responsibility of each team member is ambiguous. Opportunity:
The goal is highly ethical as fund raising for 20th Man Fund charity in order to bring the youth back to society. Threats:
The restricted scope of project gives uncertainty to the amount of customer, leads to the unmeasurable fund raising result. Evaluate
The SWOT analysis gives a critical project overall that helps understand of the scope at a strategic view. Plan
The team will start to match each roles and responsibility and distribute to team members.

Team Performance
Describe
The contact details are not well exchanged, and there is no specific mode of communication has been directed by team. Besides, works always has been done in a short time rush before the due date. Interpret

1. Social loafing theory:
As a group size increased, the amount of group effort exerted on a rope-pulling task failed to match the potential productivity (Dashiell, 1935). A certain way of team information exchange is critical, it is effective to keep in touch with each team member and problems can be recognized and solved with in a time frame. 2. Lack of delegation:

People have different needs, so team member’s purpose and intention of doing PD3 unit cannot be quite same. Evaluate
Team work skill is one of the most essential ability that should be improved in university....
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