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MGT312 University of Phoenix Team Member Effectiveness Paper


University of Phoenix

Question Description

Complete the "Evaluate Team Member Effectiveness" self-assessment.

Write a 1,050-word minimum paper in which you address the following:

  • Do you agree with your results?
  • Based on your self-assessment, what do you see as your strengths and weaknesses regarding working on a team?
  • Have you ever engaged in social loafing while on a team? Why or why not?
  • How does working effectively on a team give you an advantage in the workplace?
  • How do groups normally develop?
  • How does the effectiveness of the team members influence the group's development process?

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. A minimum of two references of respected research are required.

these are the results of the test

Score : 20 pts.

20 - 25 pts.

Feedback: High contribution

Interacting with Teammates

Score : 24 pts.

24 - 30 pts.

Feedback: High level of interaction

Keeping the Team on Track

Score : 20 pts.

20 - 25 pts.

Feedback: Highly skilled at keeping on track

Expecting Quality

Score : 12 pts.

12 - 15 pts.

Feedback: High quality expectations

Having Relevant Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)

Score : 10 pts.

8 - 10 pts.

Feedback: Highly relevant knowledge and skills

Feedback score:

Score : 86 pts.

Range-based Feedback:

84 - 105 pts.

Feedback: Highly effective team member

Source: Adapted from M. W. Ohland, M. L. Loughry, D. J. Woehr, L. G. Bullard, R. M. Felder, C. J. Finelli, R. A. Layton, H. R. Pomeranz, and D. G. Schmucker, “The Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness: Development of a Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scale for Self- and Peer Evaluation,” Academy of Management Learning & Education, 2012, pp. 609–630.

Final Answer

Hello, I'm dome with your task, all areas are well explained as per your instructions. Thank you


Working in Groups and Teams
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Though groups and teams are treated similarly, there are some factors which make them
appear differently. Groups and teams work towards achieving a common goal and purpose. The
only main difference between the two is that, teams are accountable for the expected outcome but
groups focus more on the areas of individual accountability. Moreover, groups are made of one
leader whereas teams are made up of more than one leader (Foster, 1995).

Yes, I agree with all results attained from the self-assessment test. but I was also surprised.
My self-assessment results were as follows: Contributing to the Team's Work, 20 points indicating
high contribution, Interacting with Teammates, 24 points meaning high level of interaction,
Keeping the Team on Track ,20 points indicating Highly skilled at keeping on track, Expecting
Quality,10 points indicating High quality expectations. Having Relevant-Knowledge, Skills, and
Abilities (KSAs), 10 pts, Highly-relevant knowledge and skills, 86 points, Range-based Feedback:
84 pts meaning Highly effective team member. I was ecstatic to achieve positive results in all the
test categories. Based on the self-assessment results, I can say I’m skillful and knowledgeable
enough to keep on working on my current job though there is more to learn as far as my professi...

Thomas574 (18635)
Cornell University

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