Relationship Between Conflict Management Strategies and Economic Growth of Organisation

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Lviv Polytechnic National University
Lviv Polytechnic National University
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine

Conflicts are considered to be the most unpredictable issues in organisations. It is mainly associated with the opposing of ideas and actions which results in causing a hostile state among the members that affects the performance of the organization. Hence, it is imperative for the organization to develop conflict management strategies for avoiding conflicts that can support in its growth. The aim of the following study is to evaluate the relationship between the conflict management strategies and economic growth of the organisation. The research design that is selected for the following study is triangulation method where the researcher attempts to explain the association between the conflicting management strategies and economic growth through interview, questionnaire survey and literature. As per the questionnaire survey, 85 professionals has completely provided with the data. In this manner, the correlation technique is performed in which it was identified that the conflict management and economic growth has significant and positive association. Moreover, the types of strategies that are associated with the economic growth comprises of accommodation, collective bargaining, compromising and confrontation whereas avoidance is found to have insignificant association with economic growth. Moreover, the factors responsible for the conflicts are poor communication and information gap. The adverse effect of not resolving conflict is that it leads to demotivation of employees and lower productivity.

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