Eagle group was a group of engineers from the 1970s who created a new computer in record time. Even though resources and support was limited, they succeed on their goal. Which of the following is one of the reasons for their success?

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What can a group of engineers who had scant resources, limited support, and a cast of characters straight out of a sit com teach you about successful teams? Read the article: Bolman, L. G., & Deal, T. E. (1992). What makes a team work? Organizational Dynamics, 21 (2), 34-44.  Think about what made this group so successful. It was not financial rewards – group members said they did not work for money. It was not because they had well-defined and perfectionist goals – the team leader believed that “not everything worth doing is worth doing well”.  It was not because the team was led by a good communicator- the team leader was called the “Prince of Darkness” by the team members because he was so unapproachable. What was it?

Directions:

As a team, discuss the following questions, and submit your answers in a written paper. Head each section of your paper to correspond to the numbers of each question (1, 2) below:

  1. Discuss how organizational culture made the Eagle Group successful. Be sure to apply the course material, and use critical thinking skills and examples from the article to support your statements. 
  2. How can you apply some of the elements that made the Eagle Group so successful to your team in this class?
  • Provide a title page with your team number and members’ names.
  • Your content should include 600 words, and use a double-spaced Times New Roman font.
  • You should include headings, topic sentences, and the inclusion of the weekly learning.
  • Citations and references should be APA compliant.
  • Review the rubric for my specific expectations and completely answer all of the questions

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