A.) Susan’s team is characterized by:
-A discipline of seeing wholes, seeing interrelationships rather than things, seeing pattern of change versus
-Recognizing that members are part of that pattern, not separate from the patterns.
-seeing relationship versus linear cause-and- effects chain of action.
-The ability to avoid merely shifting problems around and making todays solution tomorrow’s problem.
-A process that required more dialogue than discussion, interaction of the mind.
B.) Your team.
Select a team of which you are a member. Think about the function of that team, its purpose, the way it
operates, and the ways in which its members participate.
C.) John’s team inventory
-What strategy are used to help team members think about a big picture?
_What strategies are used to help team members see the situation from different perspectives?
-What strategies are used to help team members see their biases and assumptions?
-What strategies help team members think about pattern and interrelationships of issues?
-What strategies are used to help team members think beyond cause and effect consequences?
-Does the thinking that occurs in the team resemble simple sharing of information or discussion?
-What is done to encourage team members to share their thinking or feel comfortable to talk?
-How is conflict manage in the team to promote thinking instead of discouraging it?
-What other source of gratifications are available for team members to socializes, obtain recognition,
interact besides interdisciplinary team work?
-How were the interdisciplinary team members prepared for their thinking roles?
-How does the team deal with ambiguity?
-How does the team examines it own thinking processes (e.g how it works)
THE 8 TEAM THINKING ROLES ARE
1. The definer (Voices and create the team’s reality)
2. The analyst (assess all the parts of the issue)
3. The interpreter (provides insight on how outcomes might be perceived).
4. The critic (redefines, reanalyzes, and reinterpret)
5. The synthesizer (elicits all thinking perspectives and help provide linkages for solution).
6. The disparity monitor. ( assesses how outcomes are perceived)
7. The task monitor (removes obstacles to team thinking and facilitate team work)
8. The emotional monitor ( addresses the human, personal, and emotional aspects of team thinking.
QUESTIONS. Follow the instruction carefully.
In a 2-3 paper in APA format, use your critical thinking skill of discriminating.
**** Select a team of which you are a member. Think about the function of that team, its purpose, the way it
operates, and the ways in which its members participate ————— 20 points.
**** Compares your team functioning to team A (Susan’s team) and see where on the Utilitarian-cognitive
Continuum your team fit——–20 points
****Assess team C (John’s team) using his inventory. Answer his inventory questions using critical thinking
****Inventories the behaviors demonstrated by team members with the 8 TEAM THINKING ROLES
****Evaluates differences and similarities between individual thinking and team thinking—–20 points
****Describe what steps you would take to improve the work of this team if you were the team’s leader
NOTE TO WRITER
Please try to follow instructions carefully.
Make sure all areas are covered to earn points.
Include an introduction and a conclusion to tie up the paper.
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