May 27 2013

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How You Can Turn Workplace Conflict into Meaningful Progress

By Kevan Hall

As I meet with corporate clients around the world to assist with management training and leadership development, one thing has become apparent: many organizations are trying to move away from a hierarchical structure to that of a matrix-style environment, with multiple bosses and more cross-functional working which is designed to improve work and processes that cut across the traditional silos of function and geography.

And while this is often a smart move, it can also lead to more conflict between employees.

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  1. Kim Thacher

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