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    Conflicts will typically arise as is only natural in a heterogeneous group undergoing stress as they complete a task. However, groups must recognize the distinction between conflicts that occur due to differences and conflicts that occur due to selfish reasons. As the Bible says in Romans 12:18 NIV, “if it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.” Just as there is a difference between debating and bickering, organization members should understand distinctions between causes of conflicts. By using analysis tools examining Conflict and Negotiation Processes in Organizations and the Conflict-Intensity Continuum, management can better determine causes and processes within conflict. Management should stress the goal of creating a “positive culture” where ideas can be freely shared without fear of entering a state of conflict (Balch, 2016). Conflict and Negotiation Processes in Organizations A great deal of conflict in organizational environments occurs due to competitiveness in which “one person seeks to satisfy his or her own interests, regardless of the impact on the other parties to the conflict” (Robbins & Judge, 2009, p. 490).…

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    your share of conflict. What is conflict? Conflict can be defined as; “when one part perceives that another party has negatively affected, or is about to negatively affect something that the first party cares about. (Robbins & Judge p. 485). We all know the tension that accompanies conflict and there are different ways that people deal with conflict. As leaders and mangers in an organization, it is important that we understand how to deal with conflict the best way possible. We all know leaders…

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    Conflicts are very common in the business world. Furlong (2005) stated that the circle of conflict helps to diagnose and list the causes of your conflict situation using the five drivers; Values, relationships,moods/external, data, and structure. The challenge is getting to the solution. In the company I currently work, my store had a problem with meeting the company objectives as it pertains to out-of-stocks. One of the biggest offenders was the grocery department. We had over 800 plus…

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    Social Process theories just so happen to be my favorite type of theories throughout this entire course. It projects symbolic interactionism. Symbolic interactionism is the social behavior that occurs, which emphasizes the important role that language partakes in a community and children being social-able. Theories involved in social process theories are Ronald Aker’s social learning theory, social control theory, and the labeling theory. Critical theories are about how class and power…

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    Culture is an essential part of conflict and conflict resolution. It is embedded in every conflict situation because conflicts are bound to arise in any human relationships. In other words, negative conflicts will always arise when people are working together. Have you ever had a disagreement with a co-worker? You probably have at one time or another. In their book, Cloke and Goldsmith (2011) states, “Our workplaces and organizations are profoundly shaped by conflicts between workers and…

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    megachurch Pastor by Bishop Eddie Long and, a part of DeKalb County, Georgia. The church found out a piece of information about their Bishop in that rocked then to their very core causing tremendous internal and external conflict. The Bishop was accused of accused of Homosexual abuse. He allegedly tried to coerce four men into sexual relations. The church, New Birth, believes that their church community is “not only saving souls, but making disciples for the work of the…

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    As per “Organizational Behavior 13th Edition” conflicts are disagreements that occur in a social situation. In our case “USA Today” had many conflicts since the beginning of idea from changing to a digital media from a day-to-day newspaper. As a meeting was held on January 2000, Tom Curley discussed about the current situation and necessary action to be taken about USAT and its transformation of traditional newspapers to a broader sense of online news channel. During these meetings, there were…

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    The paper published in The British Journal of Criminology by Nils Christy, “Conflict as Property”, stresses the idea that highly industrialized societies have built a process in which the individuals involved are isolated from their own conflicts and it is stolen by legal professionals. The author lists three major parties that take away victim and offender’s participation rights at their own court hearing. As a solution, essay discuses the two ideal court systems that would assist the…

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    discussion shed light on the rise of new ways of planning different to the traditional rational planning approach. In particular, this reflection expands on communicative planning (sometimes called collaborative planning), an approach based on the use of communication to help different interests in the process understand each other. Moreover, this is not only a semantic discussion, but an epistemological discussion on the concepts of consensus, communication and democracy. Although the majority…

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    Discussion Questions Do you think this conflict could have been prevented? The conflict could have definitely been prevented. To me it seems that Maria at one point did try to deescalate the situation, but followed up with 'you' language. Both, Maria and Vicki, should be more conscious of their 'I' and 'you' language as it makes a big difference. Should Vicki and Maria just drop it and not discuss it? No, it is vital that Vicki and Maria discuss the issue. Sure, it may be a small conflict,…

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