Q69. Define "coordination" and give five examples of coordination problems that you dealt with today.
Coordination refers to people being able to maintain stable expectations about one another's behavior. Some everyday examples include clocks, driving, language, stores being open and stocked, this class starting on time, etiquette.
“coordination” - developing stable expectations about others’ behavior
… trying not to make extreme edits on the shared google document that might adversely affect other students who are working on the study guide at the same time.
… using google calendar to coordinate appointments for the oral exam next Tues-Wed
…trying to make it on campus in time to speak with my friend who was just finishing up her paper in the lab - challenged by making the timing work out, dealing with the logistics of parking on campus, meeting up with her in a commonly convenient location.handing the cashier money before taking your purchase (mutual understanding that the transaction needs to be completed before you take the items)
—waiting patiently in line for drinks/ice cream/food and not blatantly cutting other patrons (also knowing that you are expected to go to the back of the line)
I wonder whether "trying not to make extreme edits on the shared google document that might adversely affect other students who are working on the study guide at the same time" is more cooperation than coordination.