Teaming Methods Jordan Nash, Joshua stephen, pablo almaguer

  • A. Two Teaming Methods: Six Hats and Myers-Briggs

Six Hats: Each group has 6 people each with an assigned role (Hats) and the group works together to achieve a common goal. The exercise helps the group become more productive

Myers-Briggs: Teams are formed by members choosing (Or being assigned to) other members that either have the same or different personality type

B. The two benefits of having a heterogeneous team are that there are different ways of thinking and there is a diversity of ideas, both leading to innovation

C. The two disadvantages of having a heterogeneous team are a possible lack of cooperation and arguments

D. These methods would be most useful when innovation is needed. This is because the variety of ideas and methods of thinking would be more likely to lead to innovation.

E. These methods would not be useful when members do not want to cooperate or when the members have vastly different ideas. This wouldn't be useful because conflict would arise.

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