The Inevitability of Conflict

Watson, Scott
August 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Aug2007, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p32
Trade Publication
The article discusses the significance of conflict in the security industry in the U.S. It notes that conflict is an inevitable part of everyday life and if properly managed can be beneficial to the one concerned. The most common causes of conflict include differing objectives, limited resources, position and influence and interpersonal matters. The successful management of conflict includes acceptance of the inevitability of conflict and understanding that conflict is not bad. INSET: Rivalries and How to Manage Them.


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