The information was presented in a popular video format online. The topic of teamwork and collaboration is current and popular in the organizational structure today. The topic is interesting for college students, individuals, and managment. There is a plethora of knowledge in this short yet comprehensive video. This video can be used in many settings including lectures and management training sessions.
Type of Material:
This video can be used in class, in lectures, for the individual and teams.
Internet browser, HTML, and Flash
Identify Major Learning Goals:
To present anecdotal/testimonial benefits of teamwork organizational models, using the success of CISCO as a model for what can be achieved by use of a teamwork-based decision making approach.
Target Student Population:
The target student population is the upper level undergraduate course or graduate level courses. The other user group is the executive level employee.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Basic skills using the computer with knowledge in searching the internet.
The information in the video allows the audience to get a brief outline of the changes that are possible even with strong command and control leadership.
It is well-designed, has appropriate length and engaging content; encourages/persuades via example rather than requirements/suggested outcomes.
The speaker in the video may have been too quick in his explanations of the topics and responses. The concern is that the reviewer may need to review several times to grasp all of the information in the video.
It could use a bit more detail about how the subject changes were made.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
An efficient approach to communicating, in a real-world context, the benefits of team decision making approaches.
The information may need to be reviewed more than one time which may detract from the initial interest.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Easy to use; engaging; high quality
Perhaps provide an updated reference list of readings
Other Issues and Comments:
The speaker should state the points clearly and explain, then repeat in the same video.
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