March 15, 2009

Time Management

Well in our presentation we ran out of time and could not complete it. Well most of our team members were quite dissapointed, as this was the last presentation we would have and we all had worked very very hard on it. In the assesment we got from  team 1 was that we had good content in it. I tried to evaluate where we had gone wrong. Why did we not finish. May be because we spent too much time explaining definitions.

I have definately learnt how to be more careful and manage time more effectively by prioritizing whats more important. I think I came out a winner from this presentation and not a loser. I have learnt so much during the course of this presentation. We all discussed what we were talking about in the presentation, gave our inputs to each other. The team worked very efficiently. The portfolio was a good way to reflect on the ideas in the presentation.

It was very nice for a lot of class mates to say that they felt bad that we could not complete the presentation. This shows cooperation and unity and not competition. I think all groups did a really good job and as Paul said in class, that we all have come a long way from presentations we gave in CBE about 4 months back i think.


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