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LEARNING TEAM CHARTER – TEAM “C”

Course Title | CPMGT/303 Project Estimating & Control Techniques | | | | | | | | |
Team Members/Contact Information Name | | Phone | | Time zone and
Availability During the Week | | Email | Samantha Boyer | | xxx-xxx-xxxx | | (e.g., AZ “Mtn Time”, Mon-Sat 9-11pm) | | | Sara Entstrom | | | | | | | Jeremy Hill | | | | | | | John Santistevan | | | | | | | Mari Solis | | 805-296-0705 | | Text first (PST) | | Marisolis01@email.phoenix.edu | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
Team Ground Rules and Guidelines
What are the general expectations for all members of the team?
1. Show respect and courtesy to your team members
2. Communicate regularly and timely as necessary!
3. Have a strengths-based attitude and have fun.

Expectations for Time Management and Involvement
(Participation, communication with the team, accessibility, etc.)
1. Be responsive to team questions/activities; do your fair share
2. Inform teammates if you are unable to complete your role/assignment

Ensuring Fair and Even Contribution and Collaboration
What strategy will you use to ensure that all team members are contributing and collaborating appropriately? Describe the communication strategy you will use if a team member is not contributing and collaborating effectively. How will the team manage conflicts between team members?
1. Conflicts will be managed by team consensus.
2. Any non-responsive/non-participating teammate will be reported to the instructor as agreed to by the rest of the team.

Special Considerations
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What do you, as a team, agree will make this team experience different from past team experiences?
1. Each individual team member commits to taking a proactive role.
2. Don’t make assumptions…...

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