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Part II: Organizing Your Team > Team Member Job Description

Chapter 8. Team Member Job Description

As a team member you should be an active player. When you have opinions and feelings about your team, voice your concerns. You tend to be most active when you feel you have a stake in the team’s success. For example, your job may depend on the team’s success, or your boss may have given you a good incentive to participate. Either way, being a team member includes:

Willingly sharing responsibility for the team’s work

Conducting experiments and collecting input before team meetings

Contributing information and expertise during meetings

Representing the team to customers, suppliers, and co-workers


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