Using theoretical framework to identify management problems within a public health organization

This order is a progressive delivery. The first part is 6 pages. The second part is 5 pages and 2 charts.

Identify an organizational, management, or leadership problem within a public health organization of your choice (preferably in the US or UK). Critically discuss the usefulness of the team “development and conflict processes” (see below) theoretical framework in understanding the problem, and developing potential solutions to address that problem.

Team development and conflict processes
Teams undergo periods of development, and those periods, according to Tuckman and Jensen (1977; 2010), are characterized by the following conflict stages:

*) Forming – experience confusion and uncertainty, reserved and polite, size up the situation
*) Storming – conflicts over tasks, behaviors, goal priorities, leadership, and suppression
*) Norming – sharing information, accommodating differing opinions, and positive attempts to agree
*) Performing – effective and efficient task performance
*) Adjourning – termination of task behaviors and disengagement from relations behaviors.
Identifying the stage of change that a team is at, can help the manager choose the most appropriate strategy to help see the team through conflict.

This assessment requires you to write a 3000-word applied case executive management report.

You should identify a relevant organisational, management or leadership problem.
You can choose the public health organization and the country/locality within which it sits.
The problem may be real or hypothetical, but supportive references to relevant literature should be provided in either case.
You should ensure you select a relevant theory/theoretical framework to define and elucidate the problem and for developing potential solutions that are cognisant of how the problem has been defined and the specific organization