But my opinion is with company B, because can help us to maintain our performance to a certain extent within a few years
We should having a deal with company A, it can help us to make more profit !
I batter do nothing
"Misunderstanding each other"
Hey everyone please calm down...
Hey! my opinion is better than your team's opinion!
I very disagree with you Jian Seon! Your opinion so useless!
My plan is better than you!
Could your team using some logical to make decision please？
One day, company XX having an meeting. Company XX ready to make an deal with some powerful company. However...
"Lack of communication and lack of teamwork cause the conflict"
Our team better than your team!
Our team is batter than yours!
Tan Wei Han
The effect of the conflict:-Members Leave Organization-Violence,-Distract Primary Purposes-Psychological Problem.
There are some disagreement and different opinion between them. Both teams have different opinions and are unwilling to cooperate.
"List out and explain""Trying to understanding"
The Five Main Causes of Conflict-Clashes of Interests-Selfishness.-Communication.-Resentment.-Finger Pointing or Criticism.
How to solve it:-Focus on the problem, not the person-Apologize for any wrongdoing.-Make necessary changes.
Due to the disagreement and different opinion , they happened mutual misunderstanding and disrespect.
We are sorry for just now!
After that, the poor communication and lack of teamwork has cause they started quarreling with each other from the beginning of disagreement.
My opinion is the best way to company!
How can i solve it?
My opinion is better than your opinion!
You are so Uneducated!
At this moment, our leader list out the three main point that we have to facing on the company, such like the causes of conflict, the effect of the conflict and how to solve it.
Lastly, the leader were very satisfied and happy that everyone is aware of their mistakes and get along peacefully. Besides that,they also able to resolve this dispute perfectly and the problem between them.
Conclusion:Conflicts do not always have to be destructive. In fact, in many instances, conflicts are incentives that cause us to take action to accomplish a particular goal. Getting issues out in the open and on the table allows teams to evaluate an issue with more complete information and, in the end, to make a better decision. Too often teams operate as if they’re in an volunteer.