HENRY TAM AND THE MGI TEAM CASE PDF

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The team had little success thus far working together having experienced conflicts. After the launch. However, as we will see in this paper, interpersonal dynamics, a lack of clear leadership, resulting in unclear team goals and individual roles, and a …show more content… Added to problem during the launching process, other team members were added over next couple of meetings without any prior consultation of the team: Alex joined at the 2nd meeting and Dav joined at the 3rd meeting.

It is important to monitor how team members interact with one another at the very beginning of the team formation, as this sets the trajectory of team process. As the case details, the behavioral integration at each of the three components - quantity and quality information exchange, collaborative behavior, and joint decision-making - seems poor. We see that it is apparent that the information was not shared equally from the way that the 2 newest members of the team were added to the group.

From the case, we also see examples of bad collaborative behavior between Sasha and Dana. In the second meeting, I feel that Sasha may have shown a little of the relationship conflict when he thought that Dana did not know what she was talking about and that what she said was bullshit.

This may have stemmed from a task conflict from the prior meeting where Dana insisted that Sasha was wrong to believe cold-calling by a current student was more receptive by alumni. It seems that. Show More. Read More. Popular Essays. Open Document.

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The team had little success thus far working together having experienced conflicts. After the launch. However, as we will see in this paper, interpersonal dynamics, a lack of clear leadership, resulting in unclear team goals and individual roles, and a …show more content… Added to problem during the launching process, other team members were added over next couple of meetings without any prior consultation of the team: Alex joined at the 2nd meeting and Dav joined at the 3rd meeting. It is important to monitor how team members interact with one another at the very beginning of the team formation, as this sets the trajectory of team process. As the case details, the behavioral integration at each of the three components - quantity and quality information exchange, collaborative behavior, and joint decision-making - seems poor.

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Henry Tam & The MGI Team

The team that Henry Tam worked with on the MGI project was a disparate group with very different skill sets and perspectives on the project. The goal of the project, to create and market a piece of software designed to help people understand music and create it, began with a small group. This group was soon supplemented by others, including Henry Tam and his team, who were attempting to win a Harvard business school contest based on their work with MGI. Ultimately, this project was a failure.

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