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ETH 316 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment Group Scenario Assignment Instructions:

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ETH 316 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment Group Scenario Assignment Instructions:

Instructions: For this assignment, you’re Learning Team will be reflecting on the nature of group dynamics and the ethics of dealing with individuals and individual situations.


Here is your scenario:


You are working with a small team of colleagues on a large project at work. The team consists of five people.   

  • Two members of the team are highly engaged and seem to work well together.
  • However, a third member consistently presents work that shows little thought or effort and includes poorly written material that is not properly credited.
  • A fourth member of the team is controlling and wants to constantly make decisions without consulting other members of the team.
  • A fifth member of the team is going through some difficult times and is not able to participate in the team project as much as he would like.

In a 7-10 slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation (meaning 7-10 slides total):


  1. Introduce the scenario in your own words.


  1. Then address the following in order to help the team in the scenario be successful (answer each question in the order specified):


  • How would you handle the member who puts forth little effort and produces work that is sub-quality?


  • How would you handle the controlling team member?


  • How would you handle the team member going through a difficult time?  Could he get credit for work he had not done? 


  • What lessons can you, as a team, glean from the scenario?

Format your assignment according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines.  Give credit where credit is due. Speaker Notes are required.  They are the "voice" of your presentation. Do Not copy and paste another author's text as a substitute for your own response in your own words.

 Submit your assignment to the Assignment Files tab.


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