1. Problem Definition
Work in a group or organization will initiate several problems which are mostly generated from personal perspective, strong leadership profile is utmost required to elaborate and blend all point of views. Kristal AACE 2014 Class members are ordered to assess leadership during face to face class phase 1.
2. Identify the Feasible Alternative
There are four stages of team development introduced by Professor Bruce Tuckman in 1970 present in the following figure:
Figure 1. Tuckman’s Method
Tuckman’s Assessment Method will be used as particular method which can be implemented to define “Where are we now” in term of Development Stage. From the above figure, it is explaining the evolution of each member forming development that will initiate some different perspective in storming stage and later build the agreement after sometimes (norming stage). Final stage of this process will be performing, when each individual reach the same vision and perform collaboration together for group goals.
3. Development of the Outcome for Alternative
Kristal AACE 2014 team members shall choose and fill 32 questions survey which are developed by Donald Clark. The answer will be collected and will lead score system which is determined what figure we are now.
There are four stages we have to pass:
Leadership style: dominant due to unclear role and responsibility.
Leadership style: Tolerable due to many conflicts among team members.
Leadership style: respectful since team members start to resolve their differences.
Leadership style: concentrate on team development due to performed environment.
4. Selection Criteria
A resume after 32 questions has been answered with additional Delphi Technique Tool using P70 probability confident level as shown as below table.
Figure 2. Donald Clark Team Survey Result
Figure 3. P70 Result with Delphi Technique
It shows result, currently Kristal AACE 2014 project stage is PERFORMING.
5. Analysis and Comparison of the Alternative
The team reaches the performing stage when hard work leads, without friction, to the achievement of the team’s goal. The structures and processes that we have set up support this well. A leader can delegate much of his work, and concentrate on developing team members. It feels easy to be part of the team at this stage, and people who join or leave won’t disrupt performance.
6. Selection of the Preferred Alternative
FORMING and NORMING Stage can be appropriate alternatives considered negligible score while comparing to PERFORMING Stage.
7. Performance Monitoring and the Post Evaluation of Result
As the result team achieved, team has to maintain collaboration prior to achieving best performance in order not to fall into former stage which is NORMING. Leadership factor is the most taking effect on the team environment, indeed monitoring process is strongly recommended to be conducted in periodical time.
- Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing – Understanding the Stages of Team Formation. Retrieved from (http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newLDR_86.htm)
- Charity, Ron. Share Point and Group Dynamis – Bruce Tuckmans Theory. Retrieved from (http://ronjcharity.wordpress.com/2010/02/12/sharepoint-and-group-dynamics-bruce-tuckmans-theory/)
- Survey: What Stage is Your Team in? Retrieved from (http://www.cscaweb.org/EMS/sector_team/support_files/tools_for_the_team/tool_stage.pdf)
- W1_APE_Tuckman Analysis Assignment. Retrieved from (http://simatupangaace2014.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/w1_ape_tuckman-analysis-assignment/)