Working in groups might not be everyone's piece of cake as not everyone is good at working in teams. Even though everyone is familiar with each other and our working style, disagreements has raised. This resembles working in real life where not everyone of us approach problems similarly. Some of us were jumping into decision making tools right away while others wanted to design a structured approach through data collection. Coming to an agreement on selecting one approach was not easy , therefore both teams were divided into smaller teams working in both paths. While this could be time saving , it lacking the sense of team work. On the other hand , coming up with a timeline that visualized the case was one of the decisions we all successfully agreed on. This has lead to identifying the wrongful data that was given to us. This again , is most of the real life example where we are faced with incomplete and wrong data. In my point of view, I think we would need to do further reflection on the day before the presentation when all decisions were finalized as in this stage not all team decisions are linked together.