Truckman’s theory explains that group growth begins with the establishment of a team structure. Team members turn to their leader for leadership and guidance, as often described in the CORAL Project Guide. Phone Systems for instance has created a team which will help the company grow in India. The group includes the plant’s plant manager as well as the human resources manager for the plant and the controller. When a series of routines and tasks are arranged, the storm phase begins. These times are dominated by issues of leadership, authority and organizational management. Team members discover new ways to work and interact during standardization. The “one” person responsible for a group’s progress becomes a shared leader (Halytskyi). 2020). Phone Systems are not monitored, leading to many disputes. Team members lack trust. Team members are unable to reach agreement because of a lack effective leadership. Team members need to develop trust in order for them to be able share leadership. Genuine interdependence is common during the group development implementation phase. People are more flexible because they can accommodate other people’s demands. It is both a personal and professional win. Fourth phase: procrastination examines how task completion is connected to disconnection. The proposal usually includes an appreciation for participation and achievement, along with the opportunity to say goodbye in person. A minor crisis could result from the dissolution of an organization. A group’s dissolution is an action that goes backwards to eliminate control and membership.