Challenge The Resistance And March Into Success: Case Study

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Challenge The Resistance and March Into Success
It was a challenge to merge into a culture as individuals. It took a lot of time, collaboration and dedication to form a culture, for it to be a powerful management tool to construct direction and secure cooperation in a team, then defines priority to address different recurrent problems (Christensen, 2010). For me, I was challenged by a resistance to adapt into culture, restrained by poor motivation, low affiliation and perceiving a weak work climate in the beginning (Spreier, 2006). At first I found myself participating in the team effort with a sole individual direction, because it seems like everyone else is in the same state. The emergence of teams were only to provide a platform for individuality.
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They embrace priorities and follow procedures by instinct and assumption rather than by explicit decision”(Christensen, 2010, p. 50). As given above, an democratic selective strategy is the introduction of team culture. In the following meetings, we have adopted selective strategy without any explicit direction from any member to address recurrent problems (Liao, 2014g). Our shareholder value was at stake before we used the selective strategy (Liao, 2014f), when we began to use the selective strategy more team commitment is build, inflated high affiliation between team members and uses strong clarification in addressing problems and expectations, which forms a high-performative climate (Liao, 2014g)(Spreier, 2006). A consensus was formed when we continued on the use of selective strategy, because the way we working together to solve problem has succeed over and over, our shareholder value has risen and problem was addressed accordingly to our collective decisions (Liao, 2014g). This is where we have reached a mutual understand to use the potential of our team effort and a team culture is formed. Cooperation was reached when we all involved in the selective strategy, I have also used human skills and communication skills to express my perspective of the problem and decision making process, to highlight the issues for selective strategy. For instance, when our shareholder value was at stake, members in our team were holding different opinions for decision making, we used selective strategy to reach an agreement, in this process I expressed my opinion with detailed background and encouraged my team members for an open discussion with their perspective. I learnt to value other members perspective without solely enforcing my own, this is to use the capacity in team effort. The rollover results has proved the value of team culture, we have managed to

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