A Plan for Success
The purpose of this document is to develop a plan for maximizing performance of individuals selected for this cross-functional learning team. The goal of this plan is to increase the motivation and satisfaction during the completion of the assigned project. Based on the information gained from assessments, surveys and discussions regarding the team’s attitudes, emotions, personalities and values, this is a drafted plan of action designed to increase the team’s effectiveness. Having a plan that accounts for influences on behavior will positively affect the productivity in completion of the assigned project in a business setting. Organizational Behavior is the field of study that seeks to examine and understand the impact individuals, groups and organizational structure has on the overall effectiveness of an organizations’ performance. Applying the study of organizational behavior to our group explains how best to strategize for success in our assigned project. By predicting what people do in an organization and how their behavior affects overall performance using a systematic approach, one is able to extrapolate how the group will perform. The goal of Organizational Behavior is to use the data gained to find ways to control and improve performance. For the purpose of this plan’s life cycle, the author seeks demonstrate how specific differences in attitudes, emotions, personalities and values influence behavior that has a direct correlation on performance.
The objective of this plan is to leverage specific differences in attitudes, emotions, personalities and values discovered in the group collaboration to influence positive behaviors to complete assigned tasks. Drawing from positive attributes among the group, the group intends to maximize its strengths to minimize limitations.
The first stage of this plan is to build trust within the team by getting to know each member of the team, as individuals. Understanding the...
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