W9_AsmaF_Tuckman assessment using mode and median


1. Problem Definition

The team has been now in the 10th week of the project management program. In the first week we’ve posted about tuckman assessment after identifying in which stage the team is and what is the best leadership style to be adopted at the identified stage. The problem statement was to recognize the suitable leadership style at the stage where the team lay. According to the team survey result (using P80), the team was in performing stage. As per the weekly report the team now is behind schedule and overrun budget so same survey was conducted once again to know where the team is and find the suitable leadership style.

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W8_AsmaF_Tuckman Analysis Assignment for W8


1. Problem Definition

The team has been now in the 8th week of the project management program. In the first week we’ve posted about tuckman assessment after identifying in which stage the team is and what is the best leadership style to be adopted at the identified stage. The problem statement was to recognize the suitable leadership style at the stage where the team lay. According to the team survey result (using P80), the team was in performing stage. As per the weekly report the team now is behind schedule and overrun budget so same survey was conducted once again to know where the team is and find the suitable leadership style.

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W1_TN_Tuckman Assessment


1)      Problem Statement

During our first week of the Takatuf PMI course, we established a new project team. Being a team made up of members who seldom worked together previously, it is essential to agree on a leadership style that would work best for the team, which is the focus of this blog.

Methodology:

In order to select a suitable style it was important to understand the team first, hence, it was agreed to assess and analyse each member’s perception of the team’s current dynamics with the ultimate aim of identifying the most suitable and effective leadership style for the team (Clark, 1998). Tuckman’s “Stages of group development” theory is the basis for the following analysis.

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