Application Of Effective Leadership For A Medium Sized Corporation
Conflicts have one basic element in common: power. Power to challenge, power to resist, and power through cooperating together. In fact, virtually all conflicts directly or indirectly concern power. Conflict is often a means of seeking or maintaining the balance or imbalance of power in relationships (https://digitalbookshelf.argosy.edu/#/books/9780470902028/pages/48495622?, 2015)
Conflict in organizations, then, can be addressed and understood at four levels or interfaces: (1) the individual with the organization, (2) individuals with one another, (3) organizational units with other units, and (4) inter organizational relationships. These interfaces are not discrete, but it is useful to our understanding to treat them as somewhat distinct(. Argosy University | The Handbook of Conflict Resolution : Chapter Thirty, page 782, 2015).
The potential external conflict among stakeholders in technological reporting
The potential external conflict…