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adjusting to New organization

 
vijay jamadade
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Hi Friends,

I just switched to new company. I have been allocated to project. We have a big team.

Please share your experiences on how you should get mixed with the new environment? how to avoid the conflicts ? how to know about the responsibilities?

I mean what things you think to consider to do.. I want to be a good team player but people here are not frank.
 
Joe Harry
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Every new place will have some friction that needs to be oiled and smoothened. Just concentrate on your task and try knowing your limits and responsibilities. Treat everyone with respect and start producing results.
 
Seetharaman Venkatasamy
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vijay wrote: I mean what things you think to consider to do


your experience mostly
 
Mark Herschberg
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vijay jamadade wrote:Hi Friends,

I just switched to new company. I have been allocated to project. We have a big team.

Please share your experiences on how you should get mixed with the new environment? how to avoid the conflicts ? how to know about the responsibilities?

I mean what things you think to consider to do.. I want to be a good team player but people here are not frank.



The answer is simple... talk to people. Talk to your peers, talk to your boss, talk to people outside your group, talk to everyone. Ask them about the culture of the company, the business goals of this project, the business goals of the company, how people like to work together, what projects have gone well and why, what projects have failed and why, etc. Just ask, ask, ask. Don't think of this linearly, that you can ask a question and get the exact answer you need, but rather that you'll ask many questions to many people and the answers together will paint a picture for you.

--Mark
 
Joshua Mccartney
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Try to analyze your co-worker, at first do want they say and after a day, try to talk with them and talk about work after that learn all the things what they're doing. In every new environment you need to participate.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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