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Postby jana » Wed Dec 07, 2005 8:44 am

Hi everybody,
I know my question doesn´t belong to this forum, but maybe somebody can help me.

I´m an europien patient with MS, I don´t spek english as a mother tongue. Today we got in a school Topics for essay writeing( I have one course in English language)

The topic is:
"Team nets
how to work effectively, well and co-operatively
networks of people in teams, crossing traditional boundaries, the co-opetition dynamic, cooperation/competition- intristic in every teamnet"

I realy don´t understand, what does team nets mean and what I should write about. Did the teacher mean cooperation in a individual team (contact among leader and others) or cooperation in several corporations (teams) together? Thanks for your opinions :-) And have a nice time, no relapses and so on...you know.
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Re: Tem nets

Postby reed » Wed Dec 07, 2005 9:10 am

jana wrote:Hi everybody,
I know my question doesn´t belong to this forum, but maybe somebody can help me.

I´m an europien patient with MS, I don´t spek english as a mother tongue. Today we got in a school Topics for essay writeing( I have one course in English language)

The topic is:
"Team nets
how to work effectively, well and co-operatively
networks of people in teams, crossing traditional boundaries, the co-opetition dynamic, cooperation/competition- intristic in every teamnet"

I realy don´t understand, what does team nets mean and what I should write about. Did the teacher mean cooperation in a individual team (contact among leader and others) or cooperation in several corporations (teams) together? Thanks for your opinions :-) And have a nice time, no relapses and so on...you know.


Dear Jana,

To be frank, the question itself (i.e., the way the topic is phrased) is confusing. If you are quoting it precisely, the term "teamnet" is NOT a phrase in ordinary English. The term "networking," as a verb, has become more common in recent years -- first to refer to groups used to assist others in a particular activity (for example: "women who wish to achieve positions of prominence in the corporate world should try to NETWORK with other successful women") and, more recently, because of sub-groups of computer users who share files and other information (e.g., "let us form a computer network in our office"). So I suspect that the teacher probably wants you to discuss the ways in which networks--that is, teams of cooperating people--can work together to achieve things that the separate individuals could not achieve on their own.

But again, to be honest, the topic is not well formulated in English. Where are you located? Good luck!

Best wishes,

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