Affects of Team Work
Francisco Perez Jr.
Bus 117 Introduction to Organizational Dynamics
Instructor: Kenya Willis
In this paper I will discuss how a team leader assesses how big the team is needed in order to accomplish the task assigned to them. This paper will also discuss the how conflicts can arise while trying to meet their goals. Such as which person works better in certain areas. I will also talk about how a team leader resolves their problems that may accure. In addition I will also discuss if team work will take longer to complete task along with some of its advantages. I will also point out some of the resistors to team work like not have the proper tools or supplies. I will also discuss how to be proactive so that you don’t run into this situation. Last but least I will give my own personal opinion on what I think when it comes to team work and how efficient it can be for the whole department.
After speaking to one of my old supervisors and asking him how he went about making the determination of the size of the crew needed for the job. First explained that he would see how big the job was what equipment was going to be needed for the job. Next he would determine which of the guys would be needed to do the job. Now the size of the team was determined by how experienced the workers are in what the job calls for. The main thing he looked for in his workers skills were technical expertise, problem-solving and decision-making skills and interpersonal…
In this experiment, various electrochemical cells were measured and calculated to determine their electrical cell potential. In the electrochemical cell Zn (s) │Zn2+ (0.10 M) ││ Cu2+ (0.10 M) │ Cu(s), E cell potential was determined to be 1.040 V while the standard E˚ cell potential was 1.10 V. In the electrochemical cell Zn (s) │Zn2+ (0.10 M) ││ Cu2+ (1.0 M) │ Cu(s) E cell potential was determined to be 1.060 V while the standard E˚ cell potential was 1.10 V. In the electrochemical cell Cu (s)…
But in Norton’s Theorem the equivalent circuit has a current source and a resistance in parallel with the load resistance (R_X). Continued on next page:
HOW IS IT USED
When using Norton’s Theorem the load resistance is removed and replaced with a short (wire) and points labeled A and B. The reason to label the points A and B is to show where the meter would measure the unknown voltage and current associated with the load resistance. Next the load resistor is placed into the Norton’s…
The circuit has 2 resistors, one with 100 Ω of resistance and the other with 1KΩ, and a voltage source of 3 volts in series in a closed circuit.
Tables 2 through 5 show the data for circuits 2-5. Circuit 2 includes a voltage source of 3 volts and two resistors with resistances of 100Ω and 1 KΩ. This time, the resistors are in parallel in a closed circuit. For circuit 3, there is a combination of resistors in parallel and in series. In circuit 4, the circuit contains 2 resistors and an LED in a…
confusion when grading. Furthermore, there is no pattern in the correct answers.
Revised Taxonomy - Cognitive Levels
In answering this item, the student must recall the definition of parallel. Thus, the student must remember the factual knowledge that resistors in parallel have the same voltage.
In creating this item, simple language and grammatical conventions are used, and the stem does not provide any clues to answer the item. Also, the options are logically…
Wheatstone bridge is a device used to measure unknown resistance by passing current through the resistor . Wheatstone bridge is made up of a power source and galvanometer that joins the two-parallel circuits which contains two resistors each. It is very useful in finding small resistances and is used in various applications such as strain gages. The following figure shows the arrangement of a Wheatstone bridge.
Figure 1: Arrangement of a Wheatstone Bridge 
Importance of Wheatstone…
INTRODUCTION TO ZVT
1.1 What is ZVT?
Zero voltage switching can best be defined as conventional square wave power conversion during the switch’s on-time with “resonant” switching transitions. For the most part, it can be considered as square wave power utilizing a constant off-time control which varies the conversion frequency, or on-time to maintain regulation of the output voltage. For a given unit of time, this method is similar to fixed frequency conversion which uses an adjustable…
In the following experiment, I am going to test whether the copper wire will have less Resistivity (ρ) than the iron wire, and/or the two copper wires connected together. Resistivity is defined as how strongly a particular material resists current, and is measured in Ohm-meters (Ω-m). Electrical resistance (R) is the opposite of the flow of electrons, or the passage of an electrical current.
Electrical conductivity (σ) is the opposite of resistivity and is measured in Siemens…
Yes, the ruler, which was used to measure the length of the cord and tape, collected data that could be trusted. This is because rulers are manufactured to specifically measure the lengths of objects. Therefore, the units on the ruler are exact, which allows the person carrying out the experiment to end up with precise data.
Yes, the power pack which provided volts of electricity for the electromagnet to work, provided the experimenter with trustable data, which was the volts of electricity it…