Problem Solving and Team Members

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SECTION 1: CREATE OPPORTUNITIES TO MAXIMISE INNOVATION WITHIN THE TEAM
Last answered at: 20/05/2014 05:04PM
Activity 1
20/05/2014 05:04PM
1
Why is it necessary to reflect on what the team needs and wants to achieve?
All members of the team must know what are the specific goals and work objectives, that need to be achieved, when they must be completed and the standard to which they should be completed. It is necessary for every team of an organization to set directions on work goals and objectives that will contribute to the achievement of the overall organizational goals.
2
What sorts of things might come under consideration when determining the needs of innovative teams? appropriate team size meaningful selection of work
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At the same time, he should be honest, trustworthy and easily approachable.
Trainer Comments
26/05/2014 08:01PM
What other things should good leader do?
Activity 9
26/05/2014 08:14PM
1
Have you ever worked with people who refused to share their knowledge/ experience? Who does this benefit? Why do you think this might happen?
1. yes
2. no one
3. personality
2
Why should team members be encouraged, by team leaders, to share information, knowledge and skills?
Knowledge sharing is one of an essential elements that will effect the growth of an organization.
Activity 10
26/05/2014 08:14PM
Why is it necessary to proactively discuss and explore ideas with other team members on an ongoing basis? the more information workers have, the more improve productivity improvement and more quality services
SECTION 4: REFLECT ON HOW THE TEAM IS WORKING
Last answered at: 20/05/2014 05:10PM
Activity 11
20/05/2014 05:10PM
Why is it necessary to hold debriefing activities, to allow teams the opportunity to reflect on activities and the time to think about opportunities for improvement and innovation? discover weakness, gaps, information changing, keep continuously improvement
Activity 12
20/05/2014 05:10PM
For what reasons is it a good idea to seek feedback from a range of sources? whether improvements to the idea can be made and whether there are any costs, risks,

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