In my experience there is often dysfunctional conflict when there are people who know each other a

In my experience there is often dysfunctional conflict when there are people who know each other a

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In my experience there is often dysfunctional conflict when there are people who know each other and are working together. Like for example in high school me and a group of classmates had to decide on a name for our group. We fought and fought over the name and in the end we failed to find one. Instead of thinking of new names we stuck with one and argued about it. We kept on repeating the same differences again and again and in the end we accomplished nothing. We criticized each other point of views and each other. We failed to develop task conflict but had very high relationship conflict. Out dysfunctional conflict hindered our creative process and in the end we failed to realize the goals that we had to set out to do. A time when I experience a functional conflict was when for a project we had to write a play. We had many different ideas but we were very open to constructive criticism. We tired to see where the other person was coming from and the limitations of our resources. We had moderate task conflict that made us more creative and we were
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This homework help was uploaded on 02/23/2008 for the course BUAD 304 taught by Professor Cummings during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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