MonorailRed was part of the losing team. She was the Project Manager for the team and was not organized. She's relatively new to imagineering, but definitely has talent...she might have just been in over her head with the responsibilities as a PM. The project was to design a new land for Animal Kingdom and she took the E-Ticket and restaurant. The project finished on time, it was just disorganized and the team couldn't get on the same page.
Red, you were PM this round and it kinda fell apart...however you did show effort in your attempts to take on a lot of the work as the leader. For a future opportunity as a Project Manager, what would you do differently to bring the team together?
MonorailRed was part of a winning team but has not been very active. She has taken assignments, but they've been small each challenge, and she tends to save them for the last minute causing teammates to wait around for her confirmations. This challenge she didn't even complete her assignment.
Red, if you were to stay in the game and on the team, what would you do differently to make sure you got your assignments in more efficiently? And what new assignment would you push yourself to complete that's not just a small aspect of the project?
MonorailRed was part of the losing team and was inactive. She has been sporadic in helping the team. There was one challenge early on where she did a lot of work, but since then has either claimed she hasn't had time, or has taken on content and then had to cut it short. Nevertheless, despite the reduced role, she still gets it in on time.
While you definitely have talent that was shown early on with your great work, recently you haven't had a lot of time to compete. If you remain in the competition, will you have more time in the future or do you predict it will be more of the same?
Might have been in over their head as PM but shows that they want to use it as a learning experience and improve next time. *If it happens again though, probably will be eliminated...but for now...Answer
As a project manager, I would take everyone's time schedule into account. I would also give 2-3 extra days to dedicate strictly to presentation. If things are falling behind next round, rather than letting my team crash, I would probably use a vacation day or two to button up the project. Lastly, I also think it is important to play on each team member's strengths, but also be able to give more time for someone who is trying something new.
In order to be considered to stay in the competition, you have to give a response. If you don't then it's automatic.Answer
- Does not respond -
The first two were pretty simple...this is the difficult middle ground. On one hand the player wants to remain, on the other, this feels like a semi-goodbye response. The decision would ultimately come down to when this occurs. If it occurs early on in the game (ie next round) probably would remain in. However if this is towards the middle/end of the comp, it would be...Answer
I would like to compete, but I'm busy with exams. I have really enjoyed the competition and I feel bad that I haven't been able to help my team enough. I don't know, maybe I can take a small role that I can finish completely so I can help in the future. Whatever the decision, I have enjoyed my time and best of luck to the team!!
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