November 01, 2009

Two heads are better than one.

In this module team work skills are the vital aspect to improve. First class was the "build giraffe", in which process we shared the ideas, contributed knowledge, and made it as a team

that has been divided into the several parts for each one. I was grateful, because everyone was working so hard, and kindly, then I was so grateful, because we were the winner in this game. I felt we are interacted by each other, and full of confidence for next two weeks.

In the game process, communication, leadership of one or two individuals, clear task distribution, mutual honour, serious time control are involved. all of above elements are basic but essential in team work, the important is all of us have strong willing to be the winner.

Those days, sometimes, we have different arguments; each of us insisted firmly and even quarrelled. But we have the same aim, which is to be the best. From here we are looking the future, instead of looking back.

I am here to thanks you guys: William, Jiance Guo ,Ivan, Umar, Ali.

We are learning from each other, and be happy as friends.

It¡¯s just a game, however, in the real world; the team work is everywhere, no matter what you want to do so.

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  1. Thank you too!

    03 Nov 2009, 14:55

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