The Steps To Forming A Team

Introduction Throughout this course, you’ve learned what steps you’ll need to take to put together a successful team. In Part 1 of this assignment, you’ll use your knowledge to describe each step of the team-building process and its significance.  In Part 2, you’ll answer questions about what makes teams important and effective.

 

Instructions

Step 1: Download the The Steps To Forming A Team Worksheet and save it to your computer.

 

Step 2: Follow the directions in Parts 1-2 of the worksheet to complete the assignment.

 

Step 3: Save your document as FirstInitial_LastName_JGR200_ A4.

 

Step 4: Submit your assignment using the Week 10 assignment link in Blackboard.

 

Course Connections:

While completing this assignment, be sure to connect your responses to the course content you’ve learned so far.

 

Wait! Before you submit your assignment, did you… 

· Review the scoring guide? The scoring guide will give you a clear understanding of the assignment’s expectations. If you are unclear on what is expected of you, please reach out to your instructor for support.

· Check your assignment for grammatical errors?

· Review your answers for clarity?

· Reach out to your instructor if you have any questions?

Formatting:

This course requires use of Strayer Writing Standards (SWS).​ (Note: You’ll be prompted to enter your Blackboard login credentials to view these standards.) The format is different than other Strayer University courses. Please take a moment to review the SWS documentation for details. You can also find a link to the SWS in the Blackboard side menu or Assignment Areas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scoring Guide Assignment 4:  

 

Criteria Exemplary

90-100% A

 

Proficient

80-89% B

Fair

70-79% C

 

Meets Minimum Expectations

60-69% D

 

Unacceptable

Below 60% F

 

In PART 1, describe the steps to build an effective team and explain the importance of each step.

 

Weight: 35 %

Describes the steps to build an effective team, etc., with clarity and excellence. Describes some (but not all) steps to build an effective team, etc. with proficiency. Describes 1-2 steps to build an effective team, etc.  OR Describes 3-5 steps to build an effective team but does not explain their importance. Describes 1-2 steps to build an effective team but does not explain their importance. Insufficiently completed or did not submit.
In PART 2, identify 3 characteristics of an effective team member and provide a rationale for your response.

 

Weight: 20%

Identifies all characteristics of an effective team member and provides excellent, clear response rationale. Identifies two characteristics of an effective team member and provides proficient response rationale. Identifies one characteristic of an effective team member and provides adequate response rationale OR Identifies 2-3 characteristics of a good team member but does not provide adequate rationale. Identifies one  characteristic of an effective team member but provides no response rationale. Insufficiently completed or did not submit.
In PART 2, identify and describe three strategies to increase the effectiveness of the team.

Weight:  20%

Identifies and describes all  strategies with clarity and excellence. Identifies and describes strategies with proficiency. Identifies and describes less than three strategies adequately.

 

Identifies 1-3 strategies to increase the effectiveness of the team but does not describe them. Insufficiently completed or did not submit.
In PART 2, identifies a task or challenge to be accomplished by a team and provide a rationale for your response.

 

Weight: 15%

Identifies and describes task/challenge and rationale with clarity and excellence. Identifies and describes task/challenge and rationale with proficiency. Identifies and describes task/challenge and rationale adequately. Identifies a task/challenge adequately and without providing rationale. Insufficiently completed or did not submit.
5. Write in a professional manner using proper grammar and spelling.

 

Weight: 10%

Writing is excellent.

Tone is professional and sophisticated. Shows logic, clarity, and consistent formatting.

Contains no spelling or grammar errors.

Writing is mostly good. Tone is professional.

Shows logic, clarity, and consistent formatting.

May contain few or no spelling and/or grammatical errors.

Writing is satisfactory.

Tone is somewhat professional.

Shows moderate logic, clarity, and/or consistent formatting.

May contain 2-4 spelling and/or grammatical errors.

 

Writing meets minimal standards.

Tone is not professional.

Lacks one or more of logic, clarity, and/or consistent formatting.

May contain more than 4 spelling and/or grammatical errors.

 

Insufficiently completed or did not submit.

 

 

 

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