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  1. Abstract
  2. Analysis of Team Charter
  3. Conclusion

Groupthink is essential to productivity in the workplace. By implementing workgroups or a team building conducive atmosphere, the simple brainstorming one person would do on his own can blossom into new, innovative ideas that can be achieved only by working together. When a team is first introduced to one another, it is important to address their specific expectations and goals. This can easily be done by creating a charter. A charter is an agreed upon document created and implemented to explain the requirements and structure of a project or organization. By having a charter, all people involved will understand their specific duties and the goals for everyone involved. In addition, and often most important, it also aims to avoid confrontations or problems that could arise because of members' differences.

[...] Analysis of team charter Abstract Groupthink is essential to productivity in the workplace. By implementing workgroups or a team atmosphere, the simple brainstorming one person would do on his own can blossom into new, innovative ideas that can be achieved only by working together. When a team is first introduced to one another, it is important to address their specific expectations and goals. This can easily be done by creating a charter. A charter is an agreed upon document created and implemented to explain the requirements and structure of a project or organization. [...]


[...] It is based on mutual respect and open, honest and direct communication among all members of the team.? An excellent way to decide upon a common goal, and then to work to achieve it, is to have a charter that directly outlines purpose from the start. The group I am a part of in this class has five members. Each of us bring a specific skill set that we outlined in our charter. For instance, Tatiana considers herself to be a math whiz and very personable whereas Julie thinks her strengths center on her writing and detail skills. [...]

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