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READ AND REPLY BY AGREEING OR DISAGREEING AND WHY
REPLY 1
How do teams bring value to an   organization?  
Teams increase productivity, employee commitment, and profits,   according to our Intellipath lessons this week.  Teams can also   increase trust, communication and bonds between co-workers which means   employees are more invested in their job and what they produce.
How are high performing teams built?
High performing teams need to have high performing leaders.    Team leaders should be able to relate to each team member and   understand their personal goals and ambitions.  Once they   understand those things, they can use them to show team members how   those individual goals and needs tie into the team’s goals and   needs.  If a manager is hard working, most of the time, team   members will be just as motivated.  Recognition for a job well   done is always appreciated by team members, but it’s up to the manager   to find out what kind of recognition will go the furthest with each   individual.  Communication can also go a long way to ensure that   everyone understands the goal.  
When a team is working well together and the project is     proceeding as planned what can happen to derail even the high     performing teams?
In my experience, nothing takes the air out of sails quite like a   lack of resources.  A high performing team can be booking right   along and on track to  meet every goal, but then financing or   resources run out and it’s all over. 
REPLY 2
How       do teams bring value to an organization? 
Teams     is an organization gives value to all individuals involved because     in order for a team to succeed members have to do their part and     perform at a high level for team be recognized at that level. Teams     help keep employees from feeling overlooked which can decrease     production. Also teams allow organizations to be more creative and     innovative because more ides and collaboration real move options     which increase duplication of effort.
How       are high performing teams built?
High     performing teams must have good leaders. Leaders that inspire, good     at resolving conflict, good at building cohesiveness and unity, good     at managing resources good at setting goals, collaborating and     communicating the vison and providing direction, and they must be     trusted. High performing teams must have duplicable systems in     process so that results are consistent. If the leader or leaders are     high performers, then the team has a successful foundation to begin     from. 
When       a team is working well together and the project is proceeding as       planned what can happen to derail even the high performing teams?
Although     things can be clicking on all cylinders there are a few things that     can happen to derail high performing teams. 
–  Limited     resources (money, tools, etc…) at last min.
–  Loss     of leadership between projects
–  Lack     of integrity
–  Members     changing positions or teams in between projects
–  Attack     of moral and change in behavior
REPLY 3
Merriam-Webster     dictionary defines unethical conduct as an act or acts that do not     conform to accepted standards of behavior. 
Who sets the norm for ethical conduct? Can conduct that has       been criminalized by a sovereign’s legislative body still be       ethical? Is it not a societal norm for a parent to provide food to       his/her child? Can the act of parent stealing food to feed his/her       child be ethical while at the same time be a violation of a       criminal statute?
The     norm for ethical behavior is set by the environment a person is in.     What I mean by that is that is set by the laws, customs, and     courtesies or whatever region a person is in. I believe that’s     why what is considered ethical varies so much and causes a lot of     confusion among people, especially in diverse groups. 
When     it comes to looking to the law to be a guide of ethical behavior if     that is a person’s only reference then their ethics will be     taken into question by everyone. Societal norms can coincide with     the laws and still be unethical. For instance, slavery was legal and     so was segregation  however anyone with     any kind of morals would surely classify the behavior as unethical.
Think of other examples and provide your reasoning for       punishment if warranted? Assume that the conduct in question in a       criminal misdemeanor and it is the person’s first offense       (petty crime punishable by fine or confinement in the county jail       for no more than 356 days)
One     example of ethics clashing with the law in a misdemeanor form in     most states in the US is the continued prosecution of citizens for     the possession and personal use of marijuana but at the same time     it’s perfectly legal for doctors to write prescriptions to     some of the most addictive pharmaceuticals known to man. The issue     becomes ethical to me because I have plenty of buddies that suffer     from injuries related to deployments and a lot of them have been     prescribed pain killers and anxiety meds that are terrible for them.     The side effects have caused some of them to battle addiction and     change their entire personalities for the worst. Meanwhile its been     tested and proven that marijuana helps combat a lot of the ailments     that they suffer from and the side effects are minimum. For the ones     that don’t live in a legal state they are faced with the     ethical dilemma of chancing addiction or chancing a possession     charge and losing their license. Having to even make that choice is     unethical in my eyes.
REPLY 4
Re: Unit 5- Discussion Board
Merriam-Webster dictionary defines unethical conduct as an act     or acts that do not conform to accepted standards of behavior.
Who sets the norm for ethical conduct? Can conduct that has     been criminalized by a sovereign’s legislative body still be     ethical? Is it not a societal norm for a parent to provide food to     his/her child? Can the act of parent stealing food to feed his/her     child be ethical while at the same time be a violation of a criminal statute?
Leaders, government, and the community sets the norm for ethical   conduct. Yes conduct that has been criminalized by a sovereign’s   legislative body can still be ethical because something as simple as   government officials assuming that your failing to   follow their orders given by them could be consider as a   criminal offense in the Third Reich even if the person was   just simply following orders that were given to them by   the government officials. What is legal is not necessarily   ethical and what is illegal is not necessarily unethical. I do believe   it is a societal norm for a parent to provide food for his/her child   because this is what is set as a normal behavior for a parent to   provide for their child or children. Yes the act of a parent stealing   food to feed his/her child can be both ethical and a violation of a   criminal statute because as a parent doing what ever it is   necessary to provide for your child is considered a ethical act   in the eyes of a parent. Now at the same time it is a violation of a   criminal statue because it is against the law to steal anything even   if it is to provide for your child.
Think of other examples and provide your reasoning for     punishment if warranted? Assume that the conduct in question in a     criminal misdemeanor and it is the person’s first offense     (petty crime punishable by fine or confinement in the county jail     for no more than 356 days) 
Another example of a criminal misdemeanor I have witness is when   parents may lie to get their child or children in a school out of   their district to provide a better education and environment. I have   seen headlines recently where parents have done jail time for   something as simple as using someone else’s address just so that their   child may go to a school in a safer district.

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