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Self-reflective review I think that group work is interesting because I am able to understand than in order to work together, understanding and completing the task given. Throughout the entire project session, I believe that overall, our team have successfully delivered the requirements and information to complete this challenging assignment. During the discussion about the assignment, our member and I fully conduct in the section. I faced problem during completing my task which is the member of my group lack of knowledge on system designing parts such like data flow diagram. I couldn’t get any helpful information from the rest when I face problem when doing the designing task. Fortunately, I get help from hok cheong and my friends from the other group after he completing his task and solution is made after all. My friends from the other group really helped a lot and they have teaches me to do parts that I am complicated in. I would like to thanks them for helping me and scarify their time for me even they have their assignment to do too. Every assignment has its own complication in regards to this assignment that involves team work of a group, we happen to run into leadership problem. The leadership style present in our group happens to be authoritarian leadership style. The leader that self-elected himself for the assignment did not do a great job in handling his roles as a leader. In my opinion, a leader should do a lot of listening in order to understand the group members better to further optimize their potential and raise the level of quality of the assignment which my leader fail to do so. He instead voice out his ideas and critiques on others concept and ideas without providing a feedback which seem to be a one way traffic conversation with him as the leader and the decision maker. As our leader we realized that he lacks of computing basics and thus fall…...

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