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    everything going on I forgot that still, no one said a word. The only people speaking were the people already in the OA. That morning, we were all separated into groups, and we were all assigned jobs. I didn’t know much about the jobs other groups were assigned, but mine was assigned to trail work. Within no time, we were off to work on our tasks. My group started off on one of the trails. Whenever we saw brush creeping into the trail, it was our job to remove it. It started off fairly easy. The…

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    Daily we are introduced to situations where the ability to mentally rotate an object or an image comes to good use. For example, imagine you are playing a game of Tetris. As the object is rapidly moving down your computer screen you have to mentally rotate it in order to see where the piece would fit best. In another scenario, imagine you are given a map to find directions around a city. After you locate yourself on the map, you next have to mentally rotate the map or yourself to decide which…

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    Clinical Reflection: Group Meeting I arrived thirty minutes earlier for the meeting scheduled at seven that evening, but the parking lot was almost full and teeming with activity. There were people talking, laughing, and some were loitering, wandering aimlessly before proceeding through a discreet door; ten minutes prior to the scheduled start. Hence, the scene reminded me more of an enthusiastic crowd being ushered in before the movie start or an eager bunch queueing up for the latest…

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    Team Reflective Analysis

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    The research everyone had collected installed much needed confidence that this group will do well. All of our assigned task were completed on time and throughout the week there was increased communication between members. Here you could see the process of Norming becoming reality as everyone began to socialize and were more comfortable…

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    Romark is a distribution center that cannot be simply seen as a warehouse. They get the finished goods from manufactory, packaging and storing the goods in the warehouse temporarily. They have public and contract warehousing options to meet the need of their different customers. They also provide the shipping services. First of all, they have good hardware facilities. They have good vehicle and good warehouse. They have shuttle and good truck to move their inventories. Their truck and warehouse…

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    I ended up having more B-mode statements than any other mode. The book says that, “[t]hose with more B-mode responses base their self-concept on group membership and institutional roles” (pg.136). It also says that if you give yourself more B-mode statements, then it is possible that C-mode is dominant while in the classroom. “C-mode responses see themselves as more independent and define themselves according to their individual actions and emotions rather than connections to others” (pg.136).…

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    This group was a small discussion group facilitated by Ellen and myself. The purpose of this task group was to get opinions from the members about our topic. We carefully planned the structure for the group discussion by creating a nonthreatening environment, which allowed the members to feel free to talk openly and give their opinions. We encouraged the participants to engage in the conversation with the other members and facilitators. I felt we were structured and directed but also allowed…

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    Socially group work is often praised. With phrases like “two heads are better than one”, team work seems like the most logical choice for a project. This has not been my experience at Florida State University. When faced with the prospect of another involuntary group project I imagined many possibilities and outcomes. None of which reflect my actual experience with the research I conducted, the way the information was formatted, or my experience with Group 3. Through the pamphlet project, I have…

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    For our group project, I was teamed up with Jordin, Jon, and Levi. I thought our group worked well together, we met when we coordinated to meet and accomplished what we needed to. We had to work fast and efficiently, since we had not met before the break. Everything was evenly divided up and then we started to do our parts individually. We all did our parts that we were assigned to do, and I think we did a good job of coordinating them together. We each created our own PowerPoint slide and wrote…

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    Organizational Structure Hain Celestial has eight people on the Board of Directors, only one of them part of the staff management team (Irwan Simon). There are four executive officers as the top tier of their organization with a support staff of corporate senior management. The company is then broken down into geographic regions of management. There is a branch of management for the United State, Canada, the United kingdom, and Europe. Each branch focuses on distribution for their designated…

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