Simatupang team had conducted face to face session for five days as first stage to achieve the mission that is get one or more AACE certification and return on training investment. Knowing the position of the team will help the team understand of where they stand, what kind of leadership is appropriate and also to make individual adjustment in order to make highest possible contribution to the team .
- Problem Definition
In every project team it is important to define project development stage that relevant to establish the strategy for leadership. For new SimatupangAACE2014 class, the Mentor gave the assignment to build an assessment of class as project using Tuckman tool.
Filed under Arif P, Week 01
After five days face to face training, now we are in the next stage of the Integrated Portfolio (Asset), Program (Operations) and Project Management Methodology Course, which is the distance learning phase. During the face to face session, we have been asked to develop a project team. The project team’s name is Simatupang AACE 2014. The project’s objectives are the ability of the team members to pass AACE Certification test in the first attempt, and provide return on the training investment. The achievement of the project objectives is expected to be the reflection on the project team performance on delivering project’s deliveries.
A group of people is change and get matured over time. In 1965 Bruce Tuckman introduced his model on group maturity phases. Tuckman’s model shows that a group of people is getting matured by following 4 phases of progression, which are:
Forming –> Storming –> Norming –> Performing
Leading a team could be difficult, especially if you don’t know position of your team. AACE team was established in late August 2013, through 5 days intensive course. This team consists of multi-background persons who will collaborate in tasks, in two purposes: passing AACE exam and getting return of training investment. The leader needs to know the best way to lead the team to pass those purposes.
Feasible Alternative: Tuckman Model Based-Leadership
Tuckman model, developed by Bruce Tuckman in 1965, explains that there are 4 stages of team behavior: Forming, Storming, Norming and Performing. In 1975 he added a fifth stage, which is Adjourning.
1. Problem Recognition, Definition and Evaluation
Simatupang AACE 2004 Team has completed the face to face class on Friday, 30-Aug-2013. It was very interactive class, successful in minimize conflict, demonstrated respect each other, very good team work and everybody done his individual assignment properly.
But now it’s time to face the real assignment which we have implemented what we obtained from the class and has to collaborate in long distance which is not an easy thing to do.
Dr. PDG understood this situation and he was giving the Team an interesting topic to work on which is Tuckman Analysis Assignment, as it has relevancy to help us learn how best to manage our team as well as providing the entire team an idea of who might be having problems with the blog postings.
1. Problem recognition, definition and evaluation
The preparatory AACE certification course with face to face method was just completed. Eleven practitioners were participating in the class room from 26 -30 August 2013 on the course held by PT. Mitratata Citragraha’s AACE/PMI/INCOSE Certification course. The main objectives of this course are to have each of the students successfully complete the course with a passing grade and subsequently pass one of the supported certification examinations in February 2014 at first attempt and return on training investment back to their working office. Understanding the position of the team will help the team understand of where they stand, what kind of leadership is appropriate and also to make individual adjustment in order to make highest result. To determine the leadership style seems as a key factor here that will support the team achieving best contribution as the mission has already stated.
Filed under Asyhad, Week 01
The Objectives of AACE International Certification Preparation Course are clear, 1st to Pass AACE Certification Examination on the first attempt and 2nd to optimally get Return on Training Investment. For that purpose, the class has setup Simatupang_AACE_2014 team as part of the transfer of learning approach. For the successful of this team, it is critical to monitor what Leadership Style is appropriate applied for the team time to time.
Dr Bruce Tuckman published his Forming Storming Norming Performing model in 1965. The Forming Storming Norming Performing theory is an elegant and helpful explanation of team development and behavior.
Problem Recognition, Definition, and Evaluation
The new team for AACE class has already completed its 5 days intensive class and formed the team named Simatupang AACE 2014 last Friday. In regards to prepare the team for long distance class which is has so many tasks that have to be completed, We are doing Donald Clark’s survey
to know what the stage of the team is on Tuckman Models. By knowing the stage of the team will help all members understand of where they are stand and what type of interventions that the leader should make to achieve all the tasks that have given by the mentor.
1. Problem statement: Which management/leadership style is appropriate?
Pushing a team or a group to be a good and productive team is always a challenge. I and my friends just finished an opening face-to-face session of a part of AACE course where we had to form a team in purpose of finishing some projects. And now, we should make an assessment of our team development progress and then we should choose what management/leadership style more adaptive to the current situation is.
Simatupang_AACE_2014 team had conducted 5 days face to face session of AACE training. The objective of the training is to pass on or more AACE certification in the first attempt and return of training investment to sponsors. In order to understand where we are standing right now on the group development perspective, and what type of leadership we need, we performed an assessment on the group development stages.