- Five stages of team development
- performing and adjourning
Reflecting on a group that modeled these five stages was a small community group that I was a part of. This was a group of like-minded people with one goal in mind, which was to help young teen learned more about life skills. As a team, I found that we communicate very well and we share ideas with each other peacefully. This week as I learned about the five stages of team development which is forming, storming, norming, performing and adjourning (Abudi, 2010). I reflected on how this class is the class is about to adjourn.
Looking over our group discussion I feel we share ideas and build on a topic as a team which modeled the five stages. The discussion board allowed us to form, storm, norm, and perform when sharing ideas. I know personally, the discussion has allowed me to come to answer to things that I have to deal with at work. In most cases, it is not done purposefully but I think we have followed these five steps and wasn’t aware.
Abudi, G. (2010). The five stages of team development: A case study. Retrieved from http://www.projectsmart.co.uk/the-five-stages-of-team-development-a-case-study.html