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4/19/2107 Tender

Submission
COMPANY NAME: ELICTURUS
TENDER EVALUATION: NEBULA
EXPLORATIONS
CLIENT: EMPACT

Saad Mahmud
ELICTURUS
Executive Summary

This is a tender prepared by Elicturus in accordance with the design package created by Nebula
Explorations on behalf of EMPACT. This tender exhibits the reasons, why Elicturus is the most
compatible company to work with for this project.

Elicturus has successfully fulfilled all the prerequisite in the tender application prepared by Nebula
Exploration. The contractors of Elicturus have always maintained punctuality which is even
acknowledged by the designers of Nebula Exploration as they have provided written proof.

Our company have provided academic certificates and personality test results to prove that our team
consists of intellectual and self-disciplined people as specified by the tender evaluation criteria.

Our company consists of team members that are highly committed to their work. This is demonstrated
in the weekly progress reports of our team that is included in this tender.

Among other things communication is of great importance to us. Our team has provided suggestions
and replied to messages or emails within 12 hours as proven by the screenshots of emails.

All members of ELICTURUS are Punctual, hard-working and committed to their work. Thus, we at
Elicturus can ensure that the vehicle is created with the highest quality.

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Contents
Executive Summary....................................................................................................................................... 1
1.0 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 3
2.0 Analysis of Design Package ..................................................................................................................... 3
2.1 Main Components of the Car .................................................................................................................. 4
2.2 The construction method ....................................................................................................................... 4
2.3 Agreement with the client brief.............................................................................................................. 4
2.4 Concerns and improvements .................................................................................................................. 4
3.0 Criteria..................................................................................................................................................... 5
3.1 Punctuality .............................................................................................................................................. 5
3.2 Commitment ........................................................................................................................................... 5
3.3 Communication ....................................................................................................................................... 5
3.4 Intellect ................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.5 Self-discipline .......................................................................................................................................... 6
4.0 Appendix A.1 Minutes of Meeting ....................................................................................................... 7
4.1 Appendix A.2 letter of proof from designing company ....................................................................... 8
4.2 Appendix B.1 Weekly progress reports ................................................................................................ 8
4.3 Appendix C.1 Emails ........................................................................................................................... 13
4.4 Appendix D.1 Personality Test report ................................................................................................ 15
4.5 Appendix D.2 Academic Certificates .................................................................................................. 30
4.6 Appendix D.3 Team Dynamics report ................................................................................................ 32
4.8 Appendix E Design package of Nebula Exploration ........................................................................... 60

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1.0 Introduction
This official paper is the tender submission for the Mars Rover project by EMPACT. This document
is made in accordance to Tender Evaluation Criteria on made by NEBULA EXPLORATIONS.

2.0 Analysis of Design Package


This portion of the document evaluates the design package of group 5E.

2.1 Main Components of the Car


The car is designed such that it has high stability which will help it to land successfully on its
wheels. The vehicle has 7 different components.

Body frame the body frame is divided into two parts (top and bottom).
Wheels
A protection layer for the wheels sponges used as cushions to protect the car upon landing.
The axle for the car cardboards are used to make the frame.
Straps used to hold the water bottle in place.
Cushioning for the water bottle Sponges are also used to make the layer.
Compartment for the water bottle.

2.2 The construction method


Plywood is used to make the top and bottom frames of the car. A saw is used to cut the boards
according to the dimension given in the design package. The top frame should be cut such that there is a
rectangular hole for the water bottle compartment.

There should be a layer of sponge that acts as a cushion and protects the container from impact.
The material for the axle is cardboard. Cylindrical canisters are used wheels, as they have a high width
they provide more stability. And on straps are used on top of the top frame of the car to make sure that
the object which is being carried by the car is not displaced.

2.3 Agreement with the client brief


The maximum dimensions of the car specified in the client brief for length, width and height are
420mm x 297mm x 210mm respectively. The dimensions of the car for length, width and height are
300mm x 106mm x 60mm respectively.

The pricing of the car must be below or equal to 30RM and the total cost of the car is 22.2Rm. Thus, the
design of the car is in accordance with the requirements in the client brief.

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2.4 Concerns and improvements
Elicturus has mainly three issues with the design.

The distance between the straps is not mentioned and also the distance from the start of the longest
side of the car till the straps is unspecified.
The distance between the base of the car and the ground.
Skewers are used for connecting the wheels and skewers are malleable in nature.

The absence of these measurements might lead to complications in the future and might result into a
product that is not up to the standards. A possible solution would be to rethink the design with these
measurements in mind. Skewers are usually long and thin in nature and thus there is a possibility of it
getting damaged during the testing phase. Adding extra protection around the axels such as more
cushioning might lead to an improvement in the axles.

3.0 Criteria
Please note that, everything in this section that is in italics is derived from or referred from the
design package which is in Appendix E. They are the criteria specified in the Tender Evaluation Criteria
of the design package and the response to it is written in normal text.

3.1 Punctuality
The contractor must contact the designers promptly, attend all the meetings on time, and should
never be late to the construction site, as it risks jeopardizing the entire project. The punctuality of the
each individual contractor will be based on their minutes of meeting, as well as consultation with his
colleagues.

We, at Elicturus recognizes that one of the key features of a successful team work is punctuality
and provide great importance to it. Thus, our team members are always on time. This can be proven by
the minutes of meeting, which is in Appendix A.1. Also, there is a written letter in Appendix A.2 from the
designing company acknowledging that SAAD MAHMUD, one of our contractor was on time for the
meeting held on 07/04/2017.

3.2 Commitment
The contractors must be willing to do the work that is assigned to him, and consistently finish his
work. The WPRs will be examined to judge how committed the client is to his work

Everyone in our team is highly committed to their assigned work. The Weekly progress Reports
of our company displays the dedication of our team towards completing their objective. The weekly
progress reports are attached in Appendix B.1.

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3.3 Communication
The person must be able to communicate and express his/her ideas to the team effectively, and
at the same time be able to understand simple instructions. The client will be judged based on any
written work.

We know communication is crucial for a successful project. Thus, we try to convey our
suggestions or views as efficiently as possible. The emails in Appendix C.1 shows that suggestions for
amendments of design package was sent to the designing company.

3.4 Intellect
The Desig ers prefere e of I telle t is u dersta di g the te h i al aspe t of the Desig
Package. Intellect will be measured through varieties of method; ITP Personality Test, Contractor and
Designer Meetings (The analysis of intellect will be conducted using a holistic approach where the
Designers will judge through a series of questions and communications during meetings. Minutes of
Meetings will be required as proof.) and grades of any three subjects within year 10-12, most preferably
scientific and mathematics subjects.

All the members of Elicturus are possess a good understanding of their respective work. The
academic certificates are included in the Appendix D.2 which provides a good understanding of their
knowledge. The personality test is also included in Appendix D.1 as required by the design package of
group 5E.

3.5 Self-discipline
Self Discipline will be judged based on the ability of the Contractors ti e of respo se of
messages, e-mails and meetings. (History of communication sent back and fro will be logged and used as
evidence). ITP Personality + Team test is also required and will be used to assess Self-Discipline.

Our contractors are immensely disciplined , which can be proven by the personality test included
in Appendix D.1 as well as the team test which is added in Appendix D.3. Communication history between
the contractor of group 1E and designer of Group 5E is also included in Appendix C.1, which provides
further evidence of self-discipline.

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4.0 Appendix A.1 Minutes of Meeting

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4.1 Appendix A.2 letter of proof from designing company

4.2 Appendix B.1 Weekly progress reports

INDE1000 Engineering Foundations: Principles and Communications


Semester 1, 2017Weekly Progress Report
A copy of this report is to be uploaded prior to your project meeting and a printed copy presented to yourmanager in class.

WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT

COMPANY NAME: ELICTURUS, DATE: 30/03/2017

ACTIVITY LOG:Lists what each team member was responsible for, hours worked and percentage complete.

Team Member: Saad


Competed the TEC 1hr Done

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Provided Ideas for the risk management plan 0.16hr Done
Updated the group Wiki 0.16hr Done

Team Member: Clara


Made a tool list 0.50 hr Done
Made a materials list 0.50hr Done

Team Member: Jonathan


Finished the 3d design of the car 0.25 hr Done
Helped with the group action plan 0.16hr Done

Team Member: Robert


Finished the group action plan 0.5 hr Done
Completed the Risk management plan 1hr Done
Completed team feedback report 0.25hr Done

Team Member: Samuel


Completed the gantt chart 1hr Done
Helped with the group action plan 0.16hr Done

GOALS:A detailed list of what each team member is responsible for next week and when it will be done.

Team Member: Saad


Make changes and Complete the design package 02/04/2017
Upload to e-portfolio 02/04/2017

Team Member: Clara


Make changes and Complete the design package 02/04/2017
Upload to e-portfolio 02/04/2017

Team Member: Jonathan


Make changes and Complete the design package 02/04/2017
Upload to e-portfolio 02/04/2017

Team Member: Robert


Make changes and Complete the design package 02/04/2017
Upload to e-portfolio 02/04/2017
Complete the Gantt chart
Team Member: Samuel
Make changes and Complete the design package 02/04/2017
Upload to e-portfolio 02/04/2017
Make changes and Complete the design package

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QUESTIONS FORMANAGERS:

What would you suggest our goals for next week be ??

TEAMWORK DYNAMICS:

Tick or highlight ALL the pro le s your tea has had this week. Do t e afraid of doi g this as every
team has problems. Having a small professional disagreement now will avoid a massive argument later
in the project.

Team member sick Mismatch of expectations amongst team


Team member not completing allocated tasks Mismatch of ambition amongst team members
Imbalance in task allocations Team member unhappy with team performance
Non-responsive team member Other
Team member trying to do all the work Other
Team member having to do all the work

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INDE1000 Engineering Foundations: Principles and Communications
Semester 1, 2017Weekly Progress Report
A copy of this report is to be uploaded prior to your project meeting and a printed copy presented to yourmanager in class.

WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORT

COMPANY NAME: ELICTURUS, DATE: 22/03/2017

ACTIVITY LOG:Lists what each team member was responsible for, hours worked and percentage complete.

Team Member: Saad


Complete the team feedback report 0.25hr Done
Updated the group journal 0.08hr Done
Complete the Tender evaluation criteria 0.25hr 5%

Team Member: Clara


Complete the team feedback report 0.25 hr Done
Updated the group journal 0.08hr Done
Sketch a initial view of the car 0.25hr 5%
Team Member: Jonathan
Complete the team feedback report 0.25 hr Done
Updated the group journal 0.08hr Done
Sketch a initial view of the car 0.25hr 5%

Team Member: Robert


Updated the group journal 0.08hr Done
Complete the risk management plan 0.25hr 5%

Team Member: Samuel


Complete the team feedback report 0.25 hr Done
Updated the group journal 0.08hr Done
Complete the risk management plan 0.25hr 5%

GOALS:A detailed list of what each team member is responsible for next week and when it will be done.

Team Member: Saad


Complete the Tender evaluation criteria fully 02/04/2017
Complete the Risk management plan fully 02/04/2017
Complete the Gantt chart 02/04/2017

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Team Member: Clara
Complete the sketch of the design of the car 02/04/2017
Complete the specifications of the car 02/04/2017

Team Member: Jonathan


Complete the sketch of the design of the car 02/04/2017
Complete the specifications of the car 02/04/2017

Team Member: Robert


Complete the Tender evaluation criteria fully 02/04/2017
Complete the Risk management plan fully 02/04/2017
Complete the Gantt chart
Team Member: Samuel
Complete the Tender evaluation criteria fully 02/04/2017
Complete the Risk management plan fully 02/04/2017
Complete the Gantt chart

QUESTIONS FORMANAGERS:

TEAMWORK DYNAMICS:

Tick or highlight ALL the pro le s your tea has had this week. Do t e afraid of doi g this as every
team has problems. Having a small professional disagreement now will avoid a massive argument later
in the project.

Team member sick Mismatch of expectations amongst team


Team member not completing allocated tasks Mismatch of ambition amongst team members
Imbalance in task allocations Team member unhappy with team performance
Non-responsive team member Other
Team member trying to do all the work Other
Team member having to do all the work

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4.3 Appendix C.1 Emails

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4.4 Appendix D.1 Personality Test report

SAAD MAHMUD (Contractor)

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Personality
Report
Understanding Your Personality and
Teamwork Experiences

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Report Prepared For:
SAAD MAHMUD
April 19, 2017

Individual and Team Performance Lab


Department of Psychology
The University of Calgary

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EXTRAVERSION

Extraversion

Activity Level

Assertiveness

Cheerfulness

Excitement-Seeking

Friendliness

Gregariousness

Low Moderate High

Activity Level: You likely find yourself alternating between managing multiple activities at once and finding time to take it
easy and relax. Continue to avoid the stress of always being on the go while considering ways you can best utilize your energy
to contribute to the team tasks.

Assertiveness: You sometimes like to take the lead in a group setting, but are also comfortable allowing others to take charge
in a team. Be aware of times when you should speak your mind or take the lead but also be mindful of situations where you
should take a step back and let others contribute.

Cheerfulness: You tend to be joyful and optimistic, but also know when to be serious about accomplishing the team's work.
Continue to adapt your behavior to best suit the situation, whether that means sharing a laugh with friends or focusing on the
task.

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Excitement-Seeking: You enjoy your fair share of excitement but within reason. Take advantage of your flexibility to help
your team succeed at every stage of your project, from the routine, low-risk work to the more exciting, conceptual stages of
teamwork and direction setting.

Friendliness: You are fairly comfortable meeting most new people but there are times you may prefer to focus on the task
rather than building friendships. Be mindful of the times you can enjoy your ability to connect with others and when you should
focus on the team task at hand.

Gregariousness: You can work alone or in a group, and can likely to succeed in either situation. Remember that others may
not be as flexible, be prepared to help your teammates adapt to environments that are less preferable to them.

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EMOTIONALITY

Emotionality

Anxiety

Frustration

Immoderation

Melancholic

Self Consciousness

Vulnerability

Low Moderate High

Anxiety: You may experience some worries or stress when thinking about your tasks or a team project, but you tend not to let
yourself be overwhelmed by these thoughts. Capitalize on your ability to anticipate challenges without getting caught up in
problems that may never happen.

Frustration: You do not easily lose your temper and are able to avoid most team conflict. Capitalize on your ability to stay
calm, but be careful not to appear unengaged or indifferent by avoiding all disagreements. Instead, focus on engaging in
task-focused discussions and debate.

Immoderation: You tend to be able to stay on task, but also are ready to join in spontaneous team discussion to help
generate ideas and solutions. Capitalize on your ability to stay focused to help the team succeed, but do not be afraid to join in
on spontaneous or tangent conversations that can lead to innovation.

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Melancholic: You tend to feel happy and content with yourself and abilities, but sometimes may be critical of yourself. Turn
your self-criticism into constructive areas for of self-improvement and reflect on recent accomplishments and past
achievements to maintain your self-confidence.

Self-Consciousness: Although you often feel confident interacting with your team, you may sometimes feel uncomfortable
sharing your ideas. Remember that constructive comments about your idea are not a personal attack. If you are self-conscious
about speaking up, consider what the team might miss by not sharing your perspective.

Vulnerability: You tend to be confident managing the pressure of multiple tasks but can sometimes feel overwhelmed. Keep
open lines of communication with your team when you are feeling stressed and need help on a task. When you are managing
your stress well, offer up help to others that may be struggling.

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CONSCIENTIOUS

Conscientiousness

Achievement-Striving

Cautiousness

Dependability

Orderliness

Self-Efficacy

Self-Discipline

Low Moderate High

Achievement-Striving: You tend to do what is expected of you and put in extra time when it suits you. Be mindful of team
members who are not putting in as much effort and those that are putting in more than they should. Set clear guidelines of the
amount and quality of work of each team member so everyone contributes equally.

Cautiousness: You are reasonably cautious and consider both sides of a decision before taking action. Help your team take
calculated risks while also ensuring adequate time is given to discuss decisions where the risks could outweigh the benefits.

Dependability: For the most part, others can depend on you to follow through on your obligations. When something gets in
the way of you completing your task or responsibility, try to give your team members notice so you do not let the team down.

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Orderliness: You tend to work in a fairly tidy space but you are not distracted or bothered if a mess starts to build up. Be open
to team members who may prefer a different style of work, whether that is clean and tidy or in disarray and chaos.

Self-Efficacy: You may find yourself doubting your ability to get the job done. You should inform your team members of your
strengths when the group is assigning tasks in order to exploit your skillset, but be willing to push yourself to learn and try new
things to build on your current knowledge.

Self-Discipline: You often have little trouble carrying out your plans but may sometimes waste time procrastinating. To
ensure you execute your tasks without wasting time, make a task list for each working hour of the day and stick to it.

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AGREEABLENESS

Agreeableness

Altruism

Cooperation

Modesty

Morality

Sympathy

Trust

Low Moderate High

Altruism: You seem to find a balance between attending to your own needs and emotions, and considering the opinions and
feelings of others. Maintain your ability to stay focused on your own responsibilities while being mindful and prepared to step
in to assist other team members if needed.

Cooperation: You do not actively seek out confrontation but you also do not shy away from it. Promote harmony and healthy
debate in your team by encouraging less cooperative individuals to stay on task with their arguments and highly cooperative
individuals to stand up for their opinions or constructively analyze others ideas.

Modesty: You tend to be humble and reserved and rarely think highly of yourself or your accomplishments. Team members
may appreciate your modest approach of staying out of the spotlight but do not let more entitled team members take credit
for your accomplishments.

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Morality: You tend to be genuine and follow the rules most of the time. When working in a team, remember that you are
working towards a shared goal and try not to take advantage of others, as it will negatively affect everyone in the team.

Sympathy: You can sympathize with many people but not all. Working in a team, you will come across unique backgrounds
and situations so be mindful of other members' situations or circumstances that you might not normally be sympathetic to.

Trust: You tend to trust others but still view their intentions to follow through on commitments with some suspicion. This
caution can be important when you first form a team but trust that your team members will do their work by setting clear
expectations of work quality in order to maintain team trust and accountability.

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OPENNESS

Openness to Experience

Adventurousness

Artistic Interests

Imagination

Intellect

Liberalism

Sentimentality

Low Moderate High

Adventurousness: While you enjoy some routine, you are not opposed to change and variety. During time restricted tasks,
depend on conventional methods but be open to exploring alternative thinking and methods when time and resources allow
your team to do so.

Artistic Interests: You tend to engage in the practical aspects of a task while still holding value in the aesthetic of the work.
Help your team to create a presentation-ready final product that is both technically sound and creative in order to achieve the
highest possible performance.

Imagination: You tend to think in concrete or tangible terms, which means you don't easily get lost in thought. Capitalize on
this ability to concentrate on your work, encouraging other team members to do the same, but take mental breaks that include
non-structured thinking to help generate new ideas and solve challenging problems.
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Intellect: You do not mind engaging in theoretical discussions or debating abstract ideas but are also content to focus on the
basic aspects of a task required for your team to succeed. Encourage your team to work on challenging problems while still
accomplishing simple but important deliverables.

Liberalism: You tend to be open to liberal ideologies, but do see the value in tradition and established ways of thinking. Use
this flexibility to connect to different-minded individuals and help others to be open to contrasting perspectives.

Sentimentality: You tend to be aware of your emotions and the emotions of others. Use this ability to try to recognize
situations where it is important to connect and empathize with others or where it is key to help the team focus on the tasks at
hand.

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REFLECTION &
DISCUSSION

Do you feel that this report accurately reflects your personality? What do you
1 find most / least accurate?

What traits stand out as being helpful for working with others and why?
2

What traits stand out as preventing you from working well with others and why?
3

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What traits do you think could benefit you working alone but could harm you
4 working in a team? With this knowledge, how could you adjust when working in
a team?

Team Discussion

1. Discuss an instance when, working in a team, one of your personality traits was helpful.

2. Discuss an instance when, working in a team, one of your personality traits was unhelpful.

3. Based on your report, share three traits you think could help your team achieve high
performance. Why?

4. Based on your report, share three traits you think could prevent your team from achieving
high performance. Why?

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4.5 Appendix D.2 Academic Certificates
SAAD MAHMUD (Contractor)

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SAMUEL CHAN CHIA KING (Contractor)

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4.6 Appendix D.3 Team Dynamics report

SAAD MAHMUD (Contractor)

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Team Dynamics Report
CARE Model - Diagnostics & Prescriptions

for a Healthy Team

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Report Prepared For:

Saad Mahmud

April 19, 2017

Individual and Team Performance Lab

Department of Psychology
The University of Calgary

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OVERVIEW

C COMMUNICATE
Create a cooperative
environment, ensure
role clarity, and develop
ADAPT
Coordi ate eorts i
response to changing
task demands,
A a clear course of action o itor tea e ers
for teamwork. progress, and provide

backup.

R RELATE
Reduce interpersonal
EDUCATE
Learn from other team
conflicts and arguments members, and provide

regarding how to each other with

E accomplish work. Focus


on building trust and a
safe place for sharing.
constructive feedback.

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The team CARE model was developed by the Individual and Team
Performance Lab at the University of Calgary. It provides detailed
feedback on how well your team is functioning in 4 key areas:

Communication, Adaptability, Relationships, and Education.

This feedback report allows you to view the health of your team,
and will prompt you to develop action steps that will enable you to
e o e ore ee ti e as a group.

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COMMUNICATE

Communicate 4.2

Conflict Management 4.2

Role Clarity 4.2

4.2
Strategy & Planning

Low Moderate High

Cooperative Conflict Management

Approaching conflict and incompatibilities such that win-win solutions are sought. Conflict
is viewed as a chance to learn and make quality improvements, and members work through
diere t ie poi ts ith utual respe t.

Role Clarity
The existence of well-defined and understood roles within the team, demonstrated through
the establishment and maintenance of clarity regarding responsibilities, goals,
expectations, and relative authority of each role within the team.

Strategy Formulation & Planning


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De elopi g o erall strategies that guide tea eorts, including the sequencing of
planned work elements, evaluation of processes, and formulation of contingency plans.

List steps and actions that your team will take to improve on Communicate:

ACTION PLAN

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ADAPT

Adapt 4.1

Monitoring & Backup 4.2

Goal Progression 4.0

Coordination 4.2

Low Moderate High

Team Monitoring & Backup


A shared awareness of the relative strengths and weaknesses of each team member,
supple- e ted a eort of all e ers to o itor ork sta dards a d oer help to
each other when needed.

Goal Progression
The regular evaluation by team members of the progress and accomplishment of team
goals. Team members use clearly defined metrics to assess progress, pacing, and
accomplishment of goals.

Coordination
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Smooth workflow between team members, integration and coordination of each team
e ers ork eorts, a d e ie t re-establishment of coordination in response to error.

List steps and actions that your team will take to improve on Adapt:

ACTION PLAN

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RELATE

Relate 4.2

Contribution Equity 4.5

Healthy, Fact/driven Conflict 3.5

Lack of Personal Conflict 4.2

Trust 4.4

Low Moderate High

Contribution Equity
Agreement in the adequacy of ea h e ers o tri utio to the tea eort a d o je ti es.

Healthy, Fact-driven Conflict


The tea freel a d ope l de ates the erits of diere t perspe ti es, ie s, a d
opinions on an intellectual level.

Lack of Personal Conflict


The team atmosphere is free of interpersonal tensions, friction, animosity, and
personality clashes.

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Trust
Extent to which team members perceive and have confidence in the integrity, reliability,
and overall trustworthiness of members within their workgroup.

List steps and actions that your team will take to improve on Relate:

ACTION PLAN

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EDUCATE

Educate 4.0

Constructive Controversy 4.2

Exploitative Learning 4.1

Exploratory Learning 3.8

Low Moderate High

Constructive Controversy

The de elop e t a d e pressio of all e ers ideas a d a eort to u dersta d a d


ques-tion them; the integration of unique components of ideas; an assurance of unanimous
agre-ement prior to the implementation of a decision.

Exploitative Learning

E ie -enhancing behavior that involves refining, capitalizing on, and leveraging existing
team member knowledge to complete tasks and move forward on deliverables.

Exploratory Learning

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Sear hi g for e i for atio e o d the tea s urre t k o ledge ase ith a fo us
on flexibility, discovery, and open-mindedness toward new concepts and possibilities.

List steps and actions that your team will take to improve on Educate:

ACTION PLAN

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FEEDBACK

"My team is very efficient is coming up with new ideas."

"Overall is a good team with no complaints"

"we did an amazing job for the meetings and plan accordingly to schedule."

"we respect each other opinion."

"we should have more meetings and proper goals each week.
lets strive to communicate more often and work progressively"

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SAMUEL CHAN CHIA KING (Contractor)

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Team Dynamics Report
CARE Model - Diagnostics & Prescriptions

for a Healthy Team

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Report Prepared For:

Samuel Samuel

March 29, 2017

Individual and Team Performance Lab

Department of Psychology
The University of Calgary

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OVERVIEW

C COMMUNICATE
Create a cooperative
environment, ensure
role clarity, and develop
ADAPT
Coordi ate eorts i
response to changing
task demands,
A a clear course of action o itor tea e ers
for teamwork. progress, and provide

backup.

R RELATE
Reduce interpersonal
EDUCATE
Learn from other team
conflicts and arguments members, and provide

regarding how to each other with

E accomplish work. Focus


on building trust and a
safe place for sharing.
constructive feedback.

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The team CARE model was developed by the Individual and Team
Performance Lab at the University of Calgary. It provides detailed
feedback on how well your team is functioning in 4 key areas:

Communication, Adaptability, Relationships, and Education.

This feedback report allows you to view the health of your team,
and will prompt you to develop action steps that will enable you to
e o e ore ee ti e as a group.

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COMMUNICATE

Communicate 4.2

Conflict Management 4.2

Role Clarity 4.2

4.2
Strategy & Planning

Low Moderate High

Coperative Conflict Management

Approaching conflict and incompatibilities such that win-win solutions are sought. Conflict
is viewed as a chance to learn and make quality improvements, and members work through
diere t ie poi ts ith utual respe t.

Role Clarity
The existence of well-defined and understood roles within the team, demonstrated through
the establishment and maintenance of clarity regarding responsibilities, goals,
expectations, and relative authority of each role within the team.

Strategy Formulation & Planning


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De elopi g o erall strategies that guide tea eorts, including the sequencing of
planned work elements, evaluation of processes, and formulation of contingency plans.

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ADAPT

Adapt 4.1

Monitoring & Backup 4.2

Goal Progression 4.0

Coordination 4.2

Low Moderate High

Team Monitoring & Backup


A shared awareness of the relative strengths and weaknesses of each team member,
supple- e ted a eort of all e ers to o itor ork sta dards a d oer help to
each other when needed.

Goal Progression
The regular evaluation by team members of the progress and accomplishment of team
goals. Team members use clearly defined metrics to assess progress, pacing, and
accomplishment of goals.

Coordination
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Smooth workflow between team members, integration and coordination of each team
e ers ork eorts, a d e ie t re-establishment of coordination in response to error.

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RELATE

Relate 4.2

Contribution Equity 4.5

Healthy, Fact/driven Conflict 3.5

Lack of Personal Conflict 4.2

Trust 4.4

Low Moderate High

Contribution Equity
Agreement in the adequacy of ea h e ers o tri utio to the tea eort a d o je ti es.

Healthy, Fact-driven Conflict


The tea freel a d ope l de ates the erits of diere t perspe ti es, ie s, a d
opinions on an intellectual level.

Lack of Personal Conflict


The team atmosphere is free of interpersonal tensions, friction, animosity, and
personality clashes.

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Trust
The team atmosphere is free of interpersonal tensions, friction, animosity, and
personality clashes.

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EDUCATE

Educate 4.0

Constructive Controversy 4.2

Exploitative Learning 4.1

Exploratory Learning 3.8

Low Moderate High

Constructive Controversy

The de elop e t a d e pressio of all e ers ideas a d a eort to u dersta d a d


ques-tion them; the integration of unique components of ideas; an assurance of unanimous
agre-ement prior to the implementation of a decision.

Exploitative Learning

E ie -enhancing behavior that involves refining, capitalizing on, and leveraging existing
team member knowledge to complete tasks and move forward on deliverables.

Exploratory Learning

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Searching for new informatio e o d the tea s urre t k o ledge ase ith a fo us
on flexibility, discovery, and open-mindedness toward new concepts and possibilities.

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FEEDBACK

"we did an amazing job for the meetings and plan accordingly to schedule."

"we respect each other opinion."

"we should have more meetings and proper goals each week.
lets strive to communicate more often and work progressively"

"My team is very efficient is coming up with new ideas."

"Overall is a good team with no complaints"

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4.8 Appendix E Design package of Nebula Exploration

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DESIGN PACKAGE

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THE TEAM:
*Dont hesitate to contact any of our members for any enquiries!*
Name: Osama Abdul Wahid

Position: Contractor

Email: 700021809@student.curtin.edu.my

Phone: +966532138246 / 01151383461

Perth ID: 19202141

*The first number is whatsapp only*

Name: Muhammad Robbi Ramadhan

Position: Designer

Email: 700015751@student.curtin.edu.my

Phone: +601125922825

Perth ID: 19202277

*Emails will be read and answered between 9AM-9PM (Local time Miri) from Sun-Fri*

Name: Mohamed Ayub bin Mohd Sharif


Position: Contractor
Email: 700015398@student.curtin.edu.my
Phone: +601117721298
Perth ID: 18963146

*Only read and reply emails on working days (Mon- Fri). For Emergency Case, just call the
contact above.*

Name: Nelson Chia Ka Zen

Position: Designer

Email: 700021868@student.curtin.edu.my

Phone: 0166729618

Perth ID: 19122702

*Emails will be read and answered as soon as possible from (Monday-Friday)*


*Alternative way of contact is to contact my number via Whatsapp or message and will be replied as
soon as possible*

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Name: Kuzivakwashe Leonard Chidamahiya

Position : Contractor

Email : 700022079@student.curtin.edu.my

Phone : +60128513028

Perth ID: 19201821

*Emails will be read and replied from Monday to Saturday. On Sundays reach me on Whatsapp.*

Name: NurAkmallina Syaza Binti MD Sufri.

Position : Designer

Email : 700022122@student.curtin.edu.my

Phone : 0197657020 / +6738633429

Perth ID : 19201944

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Table of Drawings
Title Page number
0.0 Front/Back View 3
0.1 Side View 4
0.3 Top View 5
0.4 Isometric View 6

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Table of Contents:
Title Page Number
1.0 Introduction 8
2.0 Dimension Summary 8
3.0 Bill of Materials 9,10
4.0 Construction Method 11,12,13,14,15
5.0 Risk Management Plan 16,17,18,19
6.0 Tender Evaluation Criteria 20(20-24)
7.0 Gantt Chart 25

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1.0 Introduction
This document contains the designs &
specifications for the construction of the prototype named
Mars Rover v2.0 from our company, Nebula Explorations.
Based on these instructions, the designated
companys contractors will be able to successfully
construct the prototype expected by the client, Nebula
Explorations. (and managers)

2.0 Dimensions Summary


Dimension Name Dimensions (mm)
Body Width 107
Body Length 300
Body Height 60
Wheels Diameter 110
Water Bottle 55
Compartment Width
Water Bottle 209
Compartment Length
Water Bottle 35
Compartment Height

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3.0 Bills of Materials


Table 1: List of materials

Materials Quantity Purpose Preferable Approximate Condition


Raw Price Preferences
Dimension (RM)
(W/L/H)
(mm)

Plywood 1 Main Body Over RM 4.00 Non-Recycled


frame of the (130/300/10)
vehicle

Sponge 1 To reduce force Around RM 7.30 Non-Recycled


upon impact (130/300/30)

Strap 40cm 1 To hold the Around RM 1.00 Non-Recycled


Webbing (25/400/-)
Buckle Strap in
Place

Webbing 2 To secure the - RM3.20 Recycled


Buckle Strap water bottle (1.60 each)

Cardboard box 1 To hold the Over RM 3 Recycled


with spaced Axle in (130/300/-)
layers in
between

Iron skewer 2 To be used for - RM1.90(0.95 Recycled


stick the Axle x2) Original
Price/unit:
RM1.90

Mr.Potato 4 To be used for around RM 1.80 Recycled


Cylindrical the Wheels (-/75/85)
canister

Total Cost RM

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Definitions:
(W/L/H) stands for Width, Length, Height in their respective
order. Width Shortest distance of the dimension
Length Longest distance of the dimension
Height The distance perpendicular to the Width and Length
Any measurements that are denoted in (-) are not required for that specific dimension.

Condition Preferences is the Designers preference of obtaining the material and it is


not compulsory to follow.

Table 2: List of Tools Required to build the Vehicle

Tools Purpose

X-Acto Knife To cut cardboard boxes

Glue Gun (Hot Glue) To combine the materials together

Saw To cut out plywood

Hammer To create holes for wheels

Measuring Tape (Preferably 1metres) To measure dimensions of the prototype

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4.0 Construction Method


Table 1: Creating Top and Bottom Body Frame + Sponge Filling Layer:

Instructions Images

1. Both plywood for top and bottom body


frame must be in a cuboid shape of
around measurements (130/300/10)
The sponge must be in a cuboid shape
with a measurement of around
(130/300/30) *Refer to Table 1 and
Drawings A02, A03, A04*

2. Use a ruler to measure out the raw


plywood and cut the plywood with a
saw in accordance to the
measurements listed above for the top
and bottom body frame. Cut the
Sponge using X-Acto Knife. *Refer to
Drawing A01, A1, A2 and E. And Drawing
A03.*

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1. For the top body frame and sponge.


Make a rectangular hole in the center
of the top plywood *Refer to Drawing
A01, E* of the plywood to fit in the
bottle into that space. *Refer to Drawing
A04 and A03*

2. The distance of the rectangular


hole from the shortest side of the
edge of the top body frame must
be approx. 21.3mm and from the
longest side must be approx.
25.6mm. *Refer to Drawing A04*. The
depth of the rectangular hole (The
height of the Top-body frame +
Sponge layer) should be approx.
35mm. *Refer to Drawing A03*

3. Use saw to cut the plywood and


make the rectangular hole, then
use X-Acto knife to cut the sponge
25mm deep. *Refer to Drawing A03*

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Table 2: Creating the Axle Frame and Wheels


Instructions Images

1. Use a piece of cardboard and cut it


using X-Acto knife in the dimension of
(130/300/-) *Refer to table 1 and Drawing
A03 and A02*

1. Use a Mr. Potato Cylindrical Chips


Can and shorten its length from the
opening Top to make the final length
70mm. Use ruler and X-Acto knife to
cut the canister.

2. Cut out a rectangular piece of sponge


with an approximate dimension of
(70/140/-)

3. Use the rectangular sponge and roll it


onto the Cylindrical Can wheel,
bonding it with hot glue to create a
Wheel embedded with sponge *Refer
to Drawing A01, B1, B2 and Drawing A03*

4. Repeat these steps for four other


wheels

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1. Use skewers and pinpoint the midpoint


of the bottom of the cylindrical can and
create a hole by applying force on the
skewer with a hammer to the bottom of
the can. You should have one end of
the skewer with the Cylindrical can
attached to it and the other end of the
skewer will be empty for now.

2. Use the empty end of the skewer and


place it in between of the gap of the
cardboard. Repeat Step 2 and 3 for
the empty ends of the skewer to create
a full set of wheels.

3. The final product should be a


cardboard frame with Cylindrical can
Wheels

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Table 3: Assembling the built components.


Instructions Images
1. Starting from the Bottom Body Frame,
add the cardboard with wheels, add
the Sponge Filling layer and add the
Top Body Frame. In each of these
steps, bond all components thoroughly
with hot glue. *The final product should
look similar to drawing A01*.

1. Attach the webbing buckle with a strap.

2. On each end of the straps, carefully


place it on top of the Top Body Frame
and use hot glue to attach it. There
should be Two buckle straps attached
on top of the Top Body Frame. *Refer to
Drawing A01, D1,D2 and Drawing A04*

3. Congratulations! All work completed.

Additional information on how to use the advanced tools are shown in the
following websites:

Drill: http://www.wikihow.com/Use-a-Drill-Safely

Glue Gun: http://www.wikihow.com/Use-a-Glue-Gun

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