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Hello Professor Catherine Owens here is MGMT 603 Week 3 Forum-Team Development. Please sure you check for spelling, grammar and punctuation, etc. Make sure that you use Journals, Peer-Reviews and Scholarys. This is the comment that the professor said to me in regards to MGMT 603 Week 1 Discussion Forum Question. Please, Please make sure that you follow his instructions very very very very CAREFULLY. If you have any questions for me, please feel free to email me. Thank you so much for your time and patience I really do appreciate it. You ROCK!
I appreciate you taking MGMT603 Organization Development with me. Your discussion response to the required readings was intuitive and well thought-out. You successfully defined organization development and explain why it is important to long-term organizational success. I felt your post to your peers showed you really read their responses and gave great feedback. For APA, please review the following: Use Times New Roman 12-point font, properly format in-text citations and reference page. Please see the discussion grading rubric for the breakdown of points awarded. Keep up the good work.
Dr. Bari Courts
Grading Rubric " Discussion Forum" Week 1 95/100
Critical Analysis 23/25
Professional Communication 25/25
Writing Skills/APA 22/25
MGMT 603 Week 3 Forum - Team Development
Forum Question(s) for Response: How can team development techniques be used to advance the goals and objectives of a company's organizational development program. What are some of the problems and/or issues that a team may experience, especially when first formed? How do these issues and concerns impede team operations?
Readings for the Week:
Matthews, R., & McLees, J. (2015). Building effective projects teams and teamwork. Journal of Information Technology and Economic Development, 6(2), 20-30. http://ezproxy.apus.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1778454971?accountid=8289.
Olson, J. D., Appunn, F. D., McAllister, C. A., Walters, K. K., & Grinnell, L. (2014). Webcams and virtual teams: an impact model. Team Performance Management, 20(3), 148. http://ezproxy.apus.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1662749193?accountid=8289.
Perry, E. E., Karney, D. F., & Spencer, D. G. (2013). Team establishment of self-managed work teams: a model from the field. Team Performance Management, 19(1), 87-108.
Stapleton, D. (2016). Lead inside the box: How smart leaders guide their teams to exceptional results. Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship, 21(1), 92-93. http://ezproxy.apus.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1787756217?accountid=8289.
Tombaugh, J. R., & Mayfield, C. O. (2014). Teams on teams: Using advice from peers to create a more effective student team experience. Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 18(4), 69-83. http://ezproxy.apus.edu/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1645851044?accountid=8289
If you are unfamiliar with using a library database, the readings can be found here after searching by course number.
What is the purpose of a forum?
Think of the forum as a classroom experience where you “meet” with your instructor and peers to discuss the weekly topic in terms of the readings, assignments, and resources that have been assigned. The desired outcome is that you are able to (1) collaborate with peers and the instructor, (2) demonstrate your understanding of the material, and (3) participate as a member of an online community.
What are the responsibilities of the instructor?
The instructor’s goal is to create an engaging and safe environment for students to learn. In addition, instructors should pose questions promoting deeper thought as well as encourage students to interact with their peers in the classroom. There should be an active instructor presence throughout the week.
What are the responsibilities of the student?
Each week, you are required to make a 300 words or more for the initial posting and respond to a total of 3 students. Responses must be a minimum of 150 words or more and include direct questions to ask the students in regards to their Dscussion Forum. If you meet the above-mentioned requirements, you will be graded at the proficient level. However, if your desire is to be graded at the exemplary level, please provide more than the minimum required. To receive 100% as a grade (the exemplary level) for the weekly forums, you should ensure that your responses meet the following criterion:
Critical Analysis - Discussion postings display an excellent understanding of the required readings and underlying concepts, including correct use of terminology. Postings are made in time for others to read and respond, as well as deliver information that is full of thought, insight, and analysis. The information presented makes connection to previous or current content, or to real-life situations, and must contain rich and fully developed new ideas, connections, or applications. (It is important that you integrate the weekly readings in your response. One way to do that is to make position statements, then discuss supporting evidence (i.e. research and/or personal experience).
Participation as a Member of the Learning Community - Discussion postings actively stimulate and sustain further discussion by building on peers' responses, including building a focused argument around a specific issue, by asking a new directly related question, or by making an oppositional statement supported by personal experience or directly related research. (Please plan your time wisely. Your responses should encourage your peers to respond to your postings and build the foundation for the class to review and discuss your initial posting. It’s important that you meet the Wednesday October 19, 2016 deadline for your initial posting so that others can respond. Having all of your work in on or BEFORE Wednesday October 19, 2016 that afternoon CST which wil allow your peers to provide comments to your feedback and strengthens your ability to participate as a member of the weekly learning community discussions.)
Professional Communication and Etiquette - Written interactions in the Forum show respect and sensitivity to the background and beliefs of your peers (Regardless of the position you take, please ensure that your comments are respectful to the background and beliefs of your peers).
Writing Skills - Written responses are free of grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. The style of writing facilitates communication. (Make sure your work is free of errors. If there are any errors as outlined above, you will not receive 100% for the forum).
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