Groups, Teams and Conflict
In a perfect setting, teamwork surfaces as the ultimate solution to enhanced productivity in projects for the sole reason that each member manages to contribute accordingly. In turn, this facilitates a smooth running of all scheduled activities resulting to exceptional team performance. Team building, however is not an easy task because it requires one not only to hold into consideration the individual’s strengths and weaknesses, but also to identify a way of bringing into equilibrium these differences.
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Nonetheless, David and James could be put in different groups and asked to compete towards the achievement of a similar task. The winning party thus wins the conflict by proving to be better equipped. However, this technique often leaves the losing party angry at the winning one thus does not resolve the conflict, but instead sparks a grudge.
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