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What is Conflict?. Three ingredientsGroup identificationGroup differencesFrustrationConflict v. Competition. Intergroup Conflict. Goal IncompatibilityDifferentiationTask InterdependenceLimited Resources. Models. RationalPolitical. Power. What is it?Five TypesLegitimateRewardCoercive

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1. Politics & Power

2. What is Conflict? Three ingredients Group identification Group differences Frustration Conflict v. Competition

3. Intergroup Conflict Goal Incompatibility Differentiation Task Interdependence Limited Resources

4. Models Rational Political

5. Power What is it? Five Types Legitimate Reward Coercive Expert Referent

6. Vertical Power Vertical Power Sources Formal position Resources Control of decision-making premises and information Network centrality

7. Horizontal Power Strategic Contingencies Horizontal Power Sources Dependency Financial resources Centrality Non-substitutability Coping with uncertainty

8. Politics What are politics? Organizational Politics How does politics affect an organization?

9. Power How Can I Increase Power? Enter areas of uncertainty Create dependencies Provide scarce resources Satisfy strategic contingencies

10. Power How can I Use Power? Build coalitions Expand networks Control decision premises Enhance legitimacy and expertise Make a direct appeal

11. Enhancing Collaboration Create Integration Devices Use Confrontation and Negotiation Inter-group Consultation Member Rotation Create Shared Vision & Superordinate Goals

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