MC Member of An Information Technology Team Analysis

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You are a member of an Information Technology team in a medium-sized organization that is implementing a new technology system that will impact employees, customers, and suppliers. Your manager has requested that you work with the team to create a communications plan for the project. She would like to meet with you in two hours to review your thoughts on the key objectives of the communication plan. What should those objectives be? Grading Criteria No submission 0points Missed most of the parts/points of the assignment 1points Did not answer three parts/points correctly. 2points Did not answer two parts/points correctly. 3points Did not answer one part/point correctly. 4points Answered all questions correctly. 5points No submission 0points Frequent errors. 1points More than occasional errors. 2points Occasional errors. 3points Very few errors. 4points Excellent totally free of errors. 5points No submission 0points Frequent formatting errors. 1points More than occasional formatting errors. 2points Occasional formatting errors. 3points Very few errors. 4points Excellent totally free of errors. 5points No submission 0points No references were supplied to support the assignment. 1points Supplied a few references required to support the assignment. 2points Supplied some references required to support the assignment. 3points Supplied all but one reference required to support the assignment. 4points Supplied every reference that was required to support the assignment. 5points Choose an article that includes all parts listed in the Article Critique Rubric below. Download the file in the attachment to type in your responses, then upload the completed file. The rubric listed below is the grading rubric that will be used to evaluate your Article Critique. --- Article and Rubric is attached with this Grading criteria Name Student Name 0points Student Name 0points Author(s) Did not include requirement 0points Included requirement in critique 1points Publication Date Did not include requirement 0points Included requirement in critique 1points Article Title Did not include requirement 0points Included requirement in critique 1points Journal Name Did not include requirement 0points Included requirement in critique 1points Journal Volume Did not include requirement 0points Included requirement in critique 1points Journal Number Did not include requirement 0points Included requirement in critique 1points Journal Pages Did not include requirement 0points Included requirement in critique 1points Article Abstract (cut and paste) Did not include requirement 0points Included requirement in critique 1points Subject or Topic of Article Did not include requirement 0points Included requirement in critique 1points One Takeaway or Discovery Did not include from the Article requirement 0points Included requirement in critique 1points ARTICLE CRITIQUE Parts of Article Critique Your Name Author(s) Publication Date Article Title Journal Name Journal Volume Journal Number Journal Pages Article Abstract (cut and paste) Subject or Topic of Article One Takeaway or Discovery from the Article Student Responses
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ARTICLE CRITIQUE

Parts of Article Critique
Your Name
Author(s)
Publication Date
Article Title

Journal Name
Journal Volume
Journal Number
Journal Pages
Article Abstract (cut and
paste)

Subject or Topic of Article

One Takeaway or Discovery
from the Article

Student Responses
Robert F. Littlejohn
1982
Team Management: A Howto Approach to Improved
Productivity Higher Morale,
and Longer Lasting Job
Satisfaction
Management Review
23
38
28
The team approach
flourishes in a supportive
environment where the
leader delegates effectively
and team members
communicate in an
atmosphere of mutual trust
and respect.
The article explains how to
formulate and implement a
team management plan to
eliminate ineffective
delegation and poor
communication problems. It
explains the observed
technique of team
management in which
managers forge meaningful
relationships with their
associates. The text explains
how managers in Japanese
firms have mastered the art
of developing successful
teams and personnel policies.
Team management is the
right way of managing an

organization. It guides a firm
towards effective
management and good
communication. The
approach enables managers
to forge supportive
environments. It also
empowers team members to
eliminate communication
barriers. They communicate
with mutual respect and
trust. Organizations in which
the approach has been used
easily gain traction towards
effectiveness, owing to the
enhanced teamwork. Its
effectiveness is evident
amongst the Japanese firms
that have implemented it.
The article explains that the
Japanese culture and the
learning efforts of their
managers have equipped
them with the skills of forging
excellent relationships
between them and their
juniors and amongst
employees. The relationships
between the seniors and
juniors enable the former to
delegate effectively and the
latter to respect and trust
each other. The cumulative
effect is a good working
environment in which people
feel obligated to deliver the
best they can for each other's
welfare and the
organization's good. The text
is categorical that learning
the Japanese managers' style
and implementing it is key to
clinching similarly excellent
effects. Manag...


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