As we chose roles on Tuesday, I saw something really cool. My role had been defined quickly. For everyone in the class, there was no doubt that I had to be CFO. Having my role, I focused solely on others and their reasons of why they wanted to work in certain areas for the company. It was incredible how many people really wanted their job. But not everybody could. Not everybody could have what they wanted, so it was the moment to focus on who would have a greater positive impact on the whole team. Even though we had chosen our two CEO's, we thought it was better to divide into interest groups and in them decide a leader for each. People who would usually hand over an opportunity they really want to take to another peer who also wanted that to avoid conflicts kept looking for a healthy decision.
The importance gave authenticity to the way we took decisions as a group and gave us a touch into how businesses run themselves. After defining roles, we had an overview on the business model canvas, trying to identify every task and note if we were fulfilling it in our project. At the same time, by getting into the model we assigned teams into each section. Now, after establishing roles with their importance and understanding the business model canvas, we need to start building collaboration skills to make the system run accordingly. We need to find a balance in the interaction of how each sector with another, making sure everybody knows a healthy amount--not that much detail--of each peer's ongoing work. In order to do so, as a group we'll start working with ASANA, to facilitate and make collaboration effective.