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1 By: Ryan Rodriguez, Mario Garcia, and Jesus Macias

2 Design Brief Modular Coffee Shop Table Design Brief Client: Mr. Smith’s Coffee Shop Target Consumer: University students years old Designer: Problem Statement: The current lounge chair and living room-style seating areas in Mr. Smith’s Coffee Shop are too large, and cannot accommodate the growing number of patrons. Design Statement: Design and model a modular table that will allow a greater number of patrons to be serviced at Mr. Smith’s Coffee Shop.

3 Constraints 1. 2 adults minimum seating per table. 2. Modular table design must interlock for stability. 3. Maximum $200 cost per table lb maximum weight limit per table. 5. Table-top surface must withstand commercial cleaning products. 6. At least 50% of the materials must come from recycled sources. 7. Initial design concept is due in 1 week

4 Timeline Team norms- signed by 4/22 Design brief looked over and approved by 4/22 Team evaluations 4/27& 5/9 Self evaluation 4/27 & 5/9 Sketches 4/25 Individual IDW’s 5/3 Exploded view IDW’s 5/3 PowerPoint 5/9

5 Team Norms Apr 18, :29 am Team Norms Treat each other with dignity and respect. Be genuine with each other about ideas, challenges, and feelings. Trust each other. Have confidence that issues discussed will be kept in confidence.

6 Listen first to understand, and don’t be dismissive of the input received when we listen. Practice being open-minded. Don’t be defensive with your partners. Rather than searching for the guilty, give your colleagues the benefit of the doubt; have a clean slate process. Support each other.

7 Avoid territoriality; think instead of the overall good for the company, our employees, and our customers. The discussion of issues, ideas, and direction will not become a personal attack or return to haunt you in the future. Managers are open, communicative, and authentic with each other and their teams. It's okay to not know the right answer, and to admit it. The team can find the answer. Problems are presented in a way that promotes mutual discussion and resolution.

8 It is safe to be wrong as a manager. Thoughtful decision making is expected. Own the whole implementation of the product, not just your little piece; recognize that you are part of something larger than yourself. Be responsible to own the whole picture. Practice and experience humility - each of us may not have all the answers. If you commit to doing something – do it. Be accountable and responsible to the team. It is okay to be the messenger with bad news. You can expect a problem solving approach, not recrimination. Promise to come prepared to your meetings and projects so that you demonstrate value and respect for the time and convenience of others. Strive to continuously improve and achieve the team's strategic goals. Don't let ineffective relationships and interactions sabotage the team's work. Expend the effort to practice all of these norms and to care enough about the team and its work to confront each other, with care, compassion, and purpose, when a team member fails to practice these norms

9 Practice and experience humility - each of us may not have all the answers. If you commit to doing something – do it. Be accountable and responsible to the team. It is okay to be the messenger with bad news. You can expect a problem solving approach, not recrimination. Promise to come prepared to your meetings and projects so that you demonstrate value and respect for the time and convenience of others. Strive to continuously improve and achieve the team's strategic goals. Don't let ineffective relationships and interactions sabotage the team's work. Expend the effort to practice all of these norms and to care enough about the team and its work to confront each other, with care, compassion, and purpose, when a team member fails to practice these norms

10 Strive to continuously improve and achieve the team's strategic goals. Don't let ineffective relationships and interactions sabotage the team's work. Expend the effort to practice all of these norms and to care enough about the team and its work to confront each other, with care, compassion, and purpose, when a team member fails to practice these norms

11 Sketches

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14 Assembled table

15 Assembled Chair

16 IDW’s

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