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Assignment and Guidelines | Grading Rubric
Assignment and Guidelines| |
The Case Study for this week is "The Forgotten Group Member," which appears on page W--112 of the course text. Each student is required to analyze this week’s case study and submit a 2–3 page paper addressing the key questions identified below. Remember that all case studies present both too much and too little information. There may be information presented that is not really relevant, and there may be scant information about a key area. This analysis does require interpretation of the information and there is not “one” right answer. However, you must explain and defend any assumptions you made and\or conclusions resulting from your analysis with citations from the text or from the case itself. There is no need to research outside sources for this paper.
Your paper MUST include the following labeled sections:
Category| Points| Description|
Part I: Group Development| 15| Identify and summarize the stages of group development.
Reflecting on the case and textbook material, what stage is the group at now? How could an understanding of the stages of group development have assisted Christine in her leadership role with this team?
Support your conclusion with evidence from the case and our text.| Part II: Problem Identification| 30| Identify key problems.
Identify primary and secondary problems the group and/or Christine are facing. Identify what Christine should have understood about individual membership in teams in order to have built group processes that were supportive of her workgroup’s performance.
Do not necessarily limit yourself to only team theory here. Plumb any concepts we have covered to date in class if you feel they are relevant.| Part III: Retrospective Evaluation| 40| Given that there is no “one perfect solution” for this situation, identify, describe,...