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Students must respond to the following questions as per the instructions Discuss confrontation and negotiation from an organizational perspective. Instructions You must have a minimum of two academically reviewed journal articles sourced from the CU library to support your answer. Please use full APA throughout (use in-text citations and a APA reference list). Post your responses in the body of the discussion area. DO NOT INCLUDE A WORD DOCUMENT. Please note that initial post not completed on the due date will receive zero grade. All late assignments will receive a zero grade (late is considered 1 minute after 11:55pm EST). See class syllabus for late assignment policies. Review discussion/posting requirements. Students are required to post their primary response (350 word minimum) Students will respond to at least 1 other postings (200 words minimum each). Read and respond to at least one (1) of your classmates' posts. In your response to your classmates, consider comparing your articles to those of your classmates. Research from academic articles must be included in your responses to classmates post. Below are additional suggestions on the way to respond to your classmates’ discussions: · Ask a probing question, substantiated with additional background information, evidence or research. · Share an insight from having read your colleagues’ postings, synthesizing the information to provide new perspectives. · Offer and support an alternative perspective using readings from the classroom or from your own research. · Validate an idea with your own experience and additional research. · Make a suggestion based on additional evidence drawn from readings or after synthesizing multiple postings. · Expand on your colleagues’ postings by providing additional insights or contrasting perspectives based on readings and evidence. Reply to post: It is common for every organization to face different confrontations and all these should be resolved by using efficient negotiation techniques. Any negotiation or confrontation needs preparation to be successful. In the case, if there is a small disagreement or conflict then, comprehensive planning may not be needed, But for a major conflict and when the impact of the conflict will be high, then it is very important to set the goals, identify the trade-offs and set an alternative plan, all these will help in solving the issues promptly. Before any of this process is started, gathering the past information, analyzing the past relationship, expecting the future results and identifying the consequences of winning or losing should be made, this helps in recognizing the power of the opponent and based on that one can prepare themselves to participate in the confrontation or the negotiation process. So the organizations should be prepared to solve the disputes within the short time available and efficient methods, this will be more for the larger organization. One of the main sources for the arise of the conflict is when there is a difference in the idealogy or in the beliefs about the organizational structure or business operations among the individuals. Analyzing the problem, using different approaches to deal with the conflict and its consequences are important procedures that should be followed during the process of conflict and resolution. It is also very significant for every business to develop the best alternative to a negotiated agreement, this should be done because every request made by the company may not be granted in the negotiation and confrontation process. During the negotiation process, if the situation from two sides becomes a stalemate, then the environment will result in creating anger. So possessing effective negotiation skills can help in minimizing the impact of confrontation and also helps in resolving the conflict successfully. The individual needs to diffuse anger and focus on resolving the problem, doing this helps in functioning effectively even in challenging situations.

Budget: $10.00

Due on: April 29, 2020 00:00

Posted: 5 months ago.

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