Resolution Essay Topics

Introduction to Conflict Resolution

“Conflict is one of the drivers for improved team performance. Managed well, conflict can lead to better decisions, more creative ideas and higher quality output from the team. Managed badly, it can stop teamwork and hinder individuals from achieving their personal goals. ” (Conflict Resolution: For Team Members (n. d. ) taken from TeamTechnology. co…. View Article

Boeing Successful operations and resolution

Boeing is the world’s leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft combined and missiles. The success of Boeing relies on a number of factors. This study focuses on how Boeing’s success in operations and resolution of problems depends on forging good relations with the government with which it operates…. View Article

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is an increasingly popular option that allows people to resolve disputes outside of court in a cooperative manner. ADR can be faster, cheaper and less stressful than going to court. Most important, the use of ADR can provide greater satisfaction with the way disputes are resolved. The writer will discuss how… View Article

Workplace conflict

Introduction: Conflict is an inevitable part of our workday life as different values and points of view can create tension among peers. Conflict is defined as the disagreement among two or more individuals, groups, or organizations. This disagreement may be relatively superficial or very strong (Ventrice, 2000) . It may be short-lived or exist for… View Article

Project Management Conflict Resolution

Overview: Shirley was the manager of new products division at an e-commerce company. She and Maggie, one of her team members, interviewed Jesse for a new position on their project team. Maggie did not feel Jesse was the right fit for the position and strongly opposed his candidature. Shirley felt differently and hired Jesse. Six… View Article

Context and History of Conflict Paper

This essay will discuss the issues between two people, Robert and Denise Patton, along with how these issues affect their two children. To enable an understanding of the problem a summary of the nature and history of the conflict has been given. In addition, a look at the interaction of interests, goals, and the power… View Article