How does quality and the team process of "storming" work together? Provide examples from your personal experience with team dynamics to illustrate your response.
Storming is a phase of team building in which everyone strives to be heard and some team members struggle for power within the group. In effective teams the storming process allows each member to be heard and each member to consider the ideas and knowledge other members possess. As each member strives to be heard, a process of brainstorming brings all ideas to the table. Generating ideas about what could be or all the possible solutions helps team members build upon each other's strengths and knowledge. When all possibilities are considered, including those that may work and those that may not work, the potential for high quality output exists. Team members will comment on each other's ideas and whether or not they are usable, based on the resources, ...
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