Managing organizational conflict: When to use collaboration, bargaining and power approaches
Derr, C. Brooklyn (Clyde Brooklyn)
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A contingency theory for managing conflicts in organizational settings is proposed. Using collaboration, bargaining and power approaches to conflict management are all appropriate given certain situations. These situations and the costs and benefits of using a given strategy under varying conditions are discussed
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NPS Report NumberNPS 55Dr 75061