MKT 4400



Each team member will rate him/herself and the other team members on the following criteria.  The percentages should average to 100%.  For example, if all members participated equally, then each gets 100%.  If some of the group members contributed more or less, then the ratings might be (110%, 100%, 90%, and 100%) or (150%, 125%, 100%, & 25%) or whatever as long as it averages to 100.  Each team member is to hand his/her evaluation directly to Dr. Williams in order to maintain confidentiality.  That is, each group member will hand in one peer evaluation for all of the Internet Exercises combined when the last Internet Exercise is due.


"Teams move in patterns, in rhythms, at high velocity; one must watch the game abstractly, not focusing on any single individual alone, but upon, as it were, the blurred and intricate designs woven by the paths through which all five together cast a spell upon the opposition.  The eye watches five men at once, delighting in their unity, groaning at their lapses of concentration.  Yet basketball moves so rapidly and so depends on the versatility of each individual in escaping from the defense intended to contain him that the game cannot be choreographed in advance.  Twelve men are constantly in movement (counting two referees), the rebounds of the ball are unpredictable, the occasions for passing or dribbling, or shooting must be decided instantaneously; basketball players must be improvisers.  They have a score, a melody; each team has its own appropriate tempo, a style of the game best suited to its talents; but within and around that general score, each individual is free to elaborate as the spirit moves him.  Basketball is jazz: improvisatory, free, individualistic, corporate, sweaty, fast, exulting, screeching, torrid, explosive, exquisitely designed for letting first the trumpet, then the sax, then the drummer, then the trombonist soar away in virtuoso excellence." - Michael Novak


Please list each Team Member (Including Yourself):





1. Contribution of useful ideas and useful information





2. Creativity and originality





3. Attitude and cooperation





4. Reliability, dependability





5. Contribution of effort





6. Attended group meetings regularly (online and off)





7. Provision of direction/focus/initiative





8. Provision of constructive criticism





9. Supported other team members





10. Contribution to the content of the written paper





11. Contribution to the typing and editing of the final written paper





12. Demonstrated professional appearance





13. Demonstrated confidence and preparation





14. Contribution to the PPT and oral presentation (if appropriate)





15. Overall contribution to the entire project





16. Recommended group grade for overall project performance





17. Recommended individual grade for overall project performance





Total contribution of each person (percentages should average to 100%)






What worked and what didn't work?
What did you learn from working with this group?


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