Justin M. Porter
23 June 2015
Team Leadership Introduction Anadarko Petroleum Corp. has decided to add a new division to the company as a strategic plan to enter into a new market that has yet to be ventured by the company. As the appointing manager for the new division for Team Bravo, it is important to assess each individual apart of the new team, including myself. This assessment will include any current circumstances that may happen in the terms of urgency and culture. In order to ensure that the division is going about this correctly, it is very important that one utilizes any standards or strategies along with any other practices or set of rules that can help with deciding any choices that should be made. Before coming up with any conclusions, meetings must be held with management and the rest of the administration in order to go forward with decisions brought to the table. These meetings with management are intended to encourage innovation and brings new ideas to the table while simultaneously giving management the chance to study and break down any outcomes, which also offers important input that may have originated from these meetings as well. This also will assist in finding the strengths and weaknesses of the future plans while they are still being created, allowing Team Bravo to make adjustments along the way to help make the building of the new division as smooth as possible. In the modern business world, teams are more and more becoming a vital piece of multiple businesses as they start to move towards a team-oriented setting. As businesses move towards a team-oriented setting, it allows chances for individuals with different personalities to form as one, opening the doors to more opportunities of success for Anadarko Petroleum Corp.
Team Leadership and Evaluations To build a great team, everyone must be on the same page and know the organization 's goals and desires of what management is
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