Major Causes of Organizational Conflict: Diagnosis for Action
Derr, C. Brooklyn
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Six major causes of organizational conflict are delineated; implications for managing these conflicts using collaboration, bargaining and power players are pointed out; a conflict management paradigm pointing out which mode of conflict management works best for which cause is presented; literature on organizational conflict management is referenced.
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