Peace preparations

Project managers must often contend with disputes that can wreck projects, professional relationships, and even careers. This article discusses processes that project managers can use to prevent interpersonal conflicts from interfering with a project's progress. It examines examples of how organizations and project leaders resolved team conflicts and galvanized project support and explains the ways that arbitration and executive commitment can eliminate interpersonal business conflicts, problems which many times stem from cultural and personal factors involving an individual's refusal to confront conflict.
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