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Week Four Video Discussion - Organizational conflict which...

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Organizational conflict which is also known as workplace conflicts can be understood as a state in which unrest or discomfort is felt by the organizational members with each other which could be the result of perceived or actual opposition of values, needs and the conflicts of interest of those people who work together. The main reasons behind occurrence of workplace or organizational conflicts are as below: poor communication Personality differences Goal or objective conflicts Difference in values High level of competition Unclear expectations Methods of conflict Resolution: Proper communication Understanding the difference of opinions Increasing the feeling of corporation and support Negotiation and mediation Diplomacy In my past organization, conflicts started to arise between thee marketing and production
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