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Assignment 2 - EVEREST SIMULATION REFLECTIVE REPORT

MGMT1001 - Managing Organisations and People

13 Pages Essays / Projects Year: Pre-2018

Assignment 2 - EVEREST SIMULATION REFLECTIVE REPORT The Everest simulation is a virtual simulation of Mount Everest climb which aimed to simulate communication and leadership skills in a team environment. The simulations analysed in this report will involve seven students who enrolled in the course of MGMT1001. Each members of the team has their unique goal to complete and there is also a common goal of reaching the Everest summit. The report is aimed to critically analyse the individual and team’s experiences in the Everest simulations in terms of the three following course concepts of Communication; Groups and Teams; and Leadership. Findings from the report had shown that team are performed better with face-to-face communication and less intercultural communication barrier. Subsequently, better team performance is also observed correlations with group consensus decision making, higher constructive conflict environment and lower conformity. Furthermore, the report also shown that leadership emergence, rotated leadership and democratic leadership style resulted in higher team performance. Finally, the report also indicates that characteristic of self-confidence and extraversion shown correlation with leadership. Based on the critical analysis of two attempts of the Everest simulation, it can be concluded that team communication, work group behaviour and leadership will have impact on the results of the Everest simulations. The outcomes of the report may have implication on work-group in various organisations to improve team performance and efficiency.


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