If you didn't catch the nuggets of knowledge when the article The Cause, Cost and Countermeasure to Conflict in an Organization was published with the Project Management Times, you know have the opportunity to read it through the Business Analyst Times. Excerpt, "Recognize the cost of inaction. Managers spend much of their time putting out fires, and yet our discussion to this point has demonstrated that the cure for dysfunction may be closer that you think. By understanding the cost of conflict, we recognize the value of investing in practices that will help our organization to identify and address these hot beds of discordance within our teams." Read more HERE. Tips to help you recognize, realize and reduce conflict causes can be essential to building team engagement. Let us know what you think and if you have found methods that have been helpful with your teams.
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Jon Isaacson has a monthly feature column with Restoration & Remediation (R&R) Magazine titled The Intentional Restorer