Constructing a Team Charter and Developing a Meeting Agenda.If you are not currently in a work environment, you can use something from your past experience.

Constructing a Team Charter and Developing a Meeting Agenda.If you are not currently in a work environment, you can use something from your past
experience.

Hospital project team charter and meeting agendA
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Lesson Six Written Assignment: Constructing a Team Charter and Developing a Meeting Agenda
In the first part of this Lesson’s assignment, you must conceive of a team project which requires a Team Charter. The
project should be workrelated.
If you are not currently in a work environment, you can use something from your past
experience. Another option is to use the material from one of the articles you reviewed as the setting for a team project
responsible for implementing required organizational changes.
Go to this link to view the portions of the Charter I want you to define:
http://www.processexcellencenetwork.com/peopleperformanceandchangeinprocessimproveme/
articles/applyingtheteamchartertoadepartmentofpubli/
Here are the portions you should address:
Process Action Team (PAT) Name:
The Subject:
The Process Improvement Opportunity:
The Process Improvement Aim:
The Process Improvement Objectives (SMART):
The Success Metrics (Measures):
You only need to address these six items.
You need to take the time needed to carefully understand the distinctions between the third through sixth items on this list.
The second part of this week’s assignment is to construct a meeting agenda. The meeting must be related to the same
project as used for the Team Charter. Here are two links to guide your effort on this part of the assignment:
http://www.wikihow.com/WriteanAgendaforaMeeting
http://meetingagenda.com/
Be sure your agenda includes the following:
Name for the meeting conveying its purpose;
A full purpose statement for the meeting;
Time and place (presumable fictitious)
Meeting leader;
Expected attendees
List of topics and who is expected to report on or lead discussion of each;
Expected time for each topic;
Person responsible for recording

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