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Transitions in Conflict Thought

Traditional:    Conflict must be avoided; indicates group malfunction.

 

Human Resources: Conflict is a natural, inevitable outcome in a group & can be a positive force.

 

Interactionist: Not only can conflict be positive, it is absolutely necessary for a group to perform effectively.

 

( avoid it....accept it....encourage it)

 

An optimum level of conflict can be beneficial to an organization’s

operation as a source of change & creativity...it prevents complacency &

stimulaters new ideas....i.e. a harmonious, peaceful, tranquil & cooperative group is likely to become static, apathetic, & nonrersponsive

to needs for change & innovation.

 

 

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