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Conflict. Examples of conflict. Think back on cases, exercises etc. Others. One party perceives its interests are being opposed or set back by another party. Challenger video. Conflict . Free associate. Book lists Causes. Mostly dysfunctional conflict causes p. 489.

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Examples of conflict

  • Think back on cases, exercises etc.

  • Others.

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Conflict back by another party.

  • Free associate

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  • Mostly dysfunctional conflict causes p. 489.

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  • Between two people—personality conflicts

  • Between groups within an organization—intergroup conflict

  • Between organizations

  • Cross Cultural Conflict.

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  • No good solution.

  • Ideal solution is to get the sides to talk to each other and be logical. Commonly does not work

  • Practical solution is to ignore it. Change what you can change. Hope one quits.

  • Take one conflict situation at a time. Big question is do you intervene or do you expect them to solve specific problems?

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  • Keeping it at the idea level not personal level. Challenging when parties have had negative past interactions. Lowers trust.

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  • Ask others to use logic and facts in persuasive arguments. Two ways.

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  • Someone has the job to be the critic. To find the problems and pitfalls.

  • Group must address those real issues constructively not dismissively.

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  • Debate techniques. Ask for two or more proposals. Each advocates their proposal. Forces people to consider issues. Commonly done is some businesses. Michael Eisner and Disney sought conflict to generate new ideas.

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Figure 14-4

Five Conflict-Handling Styles





Concern for Others






Concern for Self

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  • Leadership

  • Power

  • Communication style

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  • Give and take between two conflicting interdependent parties.

  • Examples of negotiation—any law suit situation with customer, employee, supplier etc.

  • Wal-mart negotiates deals with suppliers.

  • Tends to be difficult because independent but interdependent.

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  • Distributive— zero sum gain. One wins the other loses. The more one gains the more the other loses. Commonly financial.

  • Distributive—win-win. Rely on creativity and ways to share economic gains.

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