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Group contributions

My largest contribution and and one of the only individual assignments we have had in our group was to learn more about; the history, people who work there, and the overall goal and accomplishments  In a group setting i think that my contributions have been different. When we studied in the first weeks what type of personality you can bring to group work, I tried to hold onto what my role was deemed ”best” at. Bringing in fresh ideas and looking for solutions out of the box. Though it would be silly to limit myself as i see it to only fulfill one role, I have been focused on creating myself as that type of person with in the group setting. 

As the group work has been mostly based on conflict resolution and group discussion with in our group, it would be easier to look at how we as a group have grown together to face our disagreements. We have struggled as a team to have what I would call a good sense of teamwork. Michael Schumacher says it best in his quote: ”When you start out in a team, you have to get the teamwork going and then you get something back.” We as a group have to overcome this to really produce a good product and be able to deliver at the end. As a larger class group, we have had hardly any interaction with any other group apart from a little from group 7 as they have the same task as we do. 

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