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organizational conflict

The following items are tagged organizational conflict:

Gillien Todd

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Gillien Todd is Lecturer on Law. She has taught the Spring Negotiation Workshop since 2001. For the Harvard Program on Negotiation, she leads the Seminar on Negotiation and Dispute Resolution and has assisted with the Executive Education series. She is on the Advisory Board of the Harvard Mediation Program.

Negotiations and Organizational Conflict Resolution

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Negotiations and Organizational Conflict Resolution
BOSTON UNIVERSITY METROPOLITAN COLLEGE (MET AD 725)

FALL 2014
Tuesday 6:00-9:00pm

Instructor:
Howard Williams

A communications skills course designed to better understand the nature of conflict and its resolution through persuasion, collaboration, and negotiation. Students will learn theories of interpersonal and organizationalconflict and its resolution as applied to personal, corporate, historical, and political contexts. Students will assess their own styles, skills, and values, and

Advanced Negotiation/Mediation: Reconciliation

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Advanced Negotiation/Mediation: Reconciliation (ConRes 603)
MCCORMACK GRADUATE SCHOOL OF POLICY STUDIES

FALL 2013

Instructor:
David E. Matz

This is a “changing topics” course. Each semester it examines the resolution of conflict in a different context(s); topics covered in the past have included Arab Israeli Negotiation, Women and Conflict, Public Policy Disputes, Organizational Conflict, and Workplace Conflict.  Specific focus and

Conflict Resolution Systems for Organizations

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Conflict Resolution Systems for Organizations (DisRes 625)
MCCORMACK GRADUATE SCHOOL OF POLICY STUDIES

SPRING 2014

Instructor:
David Matz
617-287-7489
www.disres.umb.edu

This course is designed to deepen students’ understanding of open and hidden organizational conflict and the formal and informal dispute resolution systems that address or obscure these conflicts. Students will examine different kinds of conflict management systems and the criteria for

The Manager as Negotiator

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The Manager as Negotiator (MMG746)
CAMBRIDGE COLLEGE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

FALL 2013

Instructors:
Martha Belden

Effective managers must be able to deal successfully with limitedresources, divergent interests of people, and organizational conflict.This course improves skills in negotiation and joint decision-making that students can apply immediately. Emphasis is on integrative bargaining and problem-solving. Students learn the theory and tactics for

Negotiation and Organizational Conflict Resolution

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Negotiation and Organizational Conflict Resolution

HARVARD UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SCHOOL (MGMT E-4225)

SPRING 2013

Instructor:
Vivek Inder Marya

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the concept of negotiation and organizational conflict resolution. Starting with a discussion of the meaning of negotiation, it includes a discussion of different types of negotiation strategies and emphasizes the significance of an integrative, collaborative, win-win

Dispute Resolution in the Healthcare Industry: Social Capital Creation in Hospitals

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Ariel Avgar, PON Graduate Research Fellow and PhD Candidate, Cornell University

Join PON Graduate Research Fellow Ariel Avgar for a discussion about dispute resolution in the healthcare industry.

Ariel Avgar’s dissertation, Treating Conflict: Dispute Resolution in the Healthcare Industry, examines outcomes associated with different dispute resolution practices in hospitals. He conducted an in-depth case study of a