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Virtual Team Project. By: Group One. Introduction. Introduction

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  • Introduction
  • Through out this slideshow you will learn about our experience working as a group to learn more about the way other groups or organizations work as teams. We will share this information with you by showing you our interviews and our results of the interviews.
  • We hope you find this as interesting and helpful as we did!
  • Purpose
  • The purpose of this project is to figure out how specific teams and organizations work together as groups.
  • We will do this by interviewing and compiling information we receive through these interviews.
  • Through this we will learn different techniques on what can make a great and functional group.
hockey association group
Hockey Association Group

Most Important Aspects of Running A Great Hockey Team:

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Hockey Association Group

More Important Team Skills:

youth basketball association
Youth Basketball Association

Successful Team Qualities:

  • Team Work
  • Listening to others
  • Being Open Minded to new ideas
  • Good Listening Skills
  • Open Communication
  • Patience
  • Good Organization

It doesn’t matter if your team consists of being in an office environment, church, family or sports it takes the same types of skills to make things work! The key is to learn about each team member and find out their strengths and use those in a positive way!

youth basketball organizational structure
Youth Basketball Organizational Structure:


  • Team Leader is put in charge and makes all the final decisions.
  • Listens carefully to everybody before making those decisions that will affect the team.
  • Motivates team to stay on task.
  • Runs effective meetings.
  • Looks out for the best interest of the team.


  • Team inputs ideas to team leader.
  • Collaboratively works together.
  • Picks tasks for each team member to do according to their strengths.
  • Makes sure things run smoothly by staying organized.
  • Addresses Team Leader with problems or suggestions.
implications of what has been learned about teamwork
Implications of what has been learned about teamwork:

The things that we have learned in this class about teamwork and the importance of learning certain skills pertaining to teamwork will carry over into our lives after this class ends and even when we have finished our degrees. Teamwork is not always the easiest thing and it takes time to master the skills necessary to be successful but it can also be so rewarding!

Benefits of Teamwork:

  • Successful Team
  • Successful Career
  • Feeling of Accomplishment
  • Willingness to help others succeed
  • Focused Group
  • Feeling needed
  • Knowing your team members are right there with you.
family readiness group
Family Readiness Group
  • The Army FRG, is a team of volunteers that Provide:
  • Access to documents
  • View photos/videos
  • Participate in Forums
  • Important information about the Army unit that their Soldier/DA Civilian belongs to 24/7 from anywhere in the world.
interview questions
Interview Questions
  • Why and how important is it to be organized while trying to keep a good functioning team together?
  • Why is it important to be respectful and open minded towards others in the meeting in order to run a successful meeting?
  • If there is an argument in progress, what are some good ways to turn it around, in other words if someone is getting edgy how would you suggest turning the conversation into a less heated one?
  • Do you have trouble arranging meeting times or do you have a set time to meet each week/month? What do you think is the best way to arrange a meeting?
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Interview Questions
  • There are different types of teams; out of the following, which type would you consider your group to hold? 1) Self Managed Team, 2) Problem Solving Team, 3) Cross Functional Teams, 4) Virtual Team.
  • Is your group formal or informal? Or are they both? How?
  • How do you decide which person in the group takes on each particular roll? How did you decide who would lead your group? Does everyone in your team wear a different "hat", or do some wear the same?
  • What's the best way to avoid conflict?
  • What's the best way to keep the lines of communication open in your team?
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  • How do you make sure that everyone in the team is contributing and being involved? Is this something that the team leader should be in charge of? How can you involve other team members if they aren’t participating in a timely manner?
  • Who implements your ideas for the team, or who turns your ideas into solutions?
  • What is the alignment of purpose? Rather, what is the goal and purpose of your group/organization?
  • Do you vote on aspects according to the majority rule or does the leader of the group make the final decisions and assign tasks?
the breakdown
The Breakdown

Cooperating in an organization goes beyond the work environment. Working in any group requires the skills we have learned throughout this course.