Adr Clause

ADR Clause for Learning Team Charter
The learning team charter was designed to create teams with well defined skills, abilities and reachable goals. The less complicated the goals, the easier it would be to come up with desired objectives to accomplish such goals. The learning team focuses on getting the job done. By initiating rules and guidelines for project accomplishments, an ADR clause is like a binding contract amongst team members.
The learning team concentrates on specific skills and abilities to accomplish certain goals. These skills give the team an over view of what competences each member can contribute, or what areas they may need additional developing. The ADR clause uses rules and guidelines, set by individuals on a team to accomplish their goals and objectives. There are a number of reasons teams have conflicts. Some of the reasons are:
  * One partner may feel that he or she is carrying the bulk of the load.
  * Some of the team’s expectations are not being met.
  * Partners have lost interest in the goal or they change their way of thinking.
  * Team members become distant and fail to communicate effectively.
  * Some members feel like they need to be in another group.
  * They have to be proactive.
  * They need to be clear about their expectations.
  * Schedules need to be communicated effectively.
  * Teams need to decide on actions they may have to take to accomplish certain goals.
  * A plan may need to be written that the team can come to an agreement with.
  * Team members need to set time tables for evaluation of goals and team members, who failed to perform their portion of the project.
In closing, I have discussed why teams would flourish using a team charter. Also how an ADR clause is a way the team can set guidelines, written rules, goals and directions for all members to follow, or suffer the consequences of their actions. I have also listed several examples of conflicts that may arise within a team without...