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Time-based Management

September 17, 2015 MBA Pundit 0

Time-based Management is an aspect of Lean Production. It is a general approach that recognises the importance of time and seeks to reduce the level of unproductive time in an organisation. Benefits include: Quicker response […]

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Formalization of conflict

December 2, 2012 MBA Pundit 0

Adler and Borys (1996) propose a typology that includes two contracting types of formalization: enabling and coercive. They define enabling formalization procedures provide organizational memory that captures learned from experience that provides employees with best […]

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Managing conflict – Theory and perspectives

May 9, 2012 MBA Pundit 0

So many articles, researched that deal with managing the conflict in organization. They give different ways to manage conflict but most of the ideas are overlapping. However, examining the conflict nature without knowing the appropriate […]

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Causes of conflict

May 9, 2012 MBA Pundit 0

Survey report from cipd (February, 2007) pointed out the causes of conflict at work. General behaviour and conduct issues are rated as the most common causes of disputes at work, followed by conflict over performance, […]

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Effect of conflict in organization

May 9, 2012 MBA Pundit 0

A number of studies have compared the effect of conflict on the work performance and on general found task or cognitive conflict to have positive effects while relationship or effective conflict to have negative effects […]