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Leadership and Team Simulation: Everest

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Stephen Bushi

on 17 September 2013

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Leadership and Team Simulation: Everest
Stephen Bushi: Leader
Neha Aletty: Environmentalist
Ashley Dorsey: Photographer
Sidney Hui: Physician
Eileen Wong: Marathoner
CPSP220
Section 2 Team 6
Mark Wellman
Team Results
Team Goals Achieved: 57%
Individual Goals Acheived:
Leader: 50%
Environmentalist: 57%
Photographer: 75%
Physician: 60%
Marathoner: 56%
Challenges Passed and Failed
Round 2 Medical Challenge: Passed
Round 3 Weather Challenge: Failed
Round 4 Oxygen Tank Allocation: Failed
What Worked Best
For Our Team
Considerate of individual's Health and Goals
Effective and Respectful Communication
Cautious of Future Outcomes Based on Current Physical/Mental Status
The Video
Team Interactions
Easy Communication with minimal "talking-over" each other
Not Everyone voiced their goals prior to the simulation
No one hesitated to ask questions
Prioritized tasks and goals in order to move to next round

Individual Interests
Personal Goals could have been better communicated
Health and Supplies were constantly communicated
Various Conflicting Personal Goals were not always analyzed (e.g. Leader's Summit Goals vs. Photographer's Camp 4 Goal)
Conflict Management
Collective Interest was debated and a rational consensus was decided upon every round
Conflicts in personal goals could have been managed better
Health conflicts and their treatment were ambiguous at times
Time Management
Communication was succinct and clear for the most part
Did not manage our allowance of 1 buffer day
Most Difficult Team Decision
Decision to take extra day of rest
Could not summit
Improved collective health (decrease in frost bite, improvement in health, improvement in mental acuity)
Evaded rescue
Lost points on personal/team goals but saved the entire team
Effective Improvements for Future Runs
Thorough communication of all goals and personal information
Prior planning of buffer day
Potential problems and appropriate reactions
Discuss group challenges and formulate strategy to accomplish them
the end.
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