Conflict Management Plan
1. Identify the available conflict management strategies and their strengths and weaknesses.
Strategy| Strengths| Weaknesses|
Compromising Strategy| My offer the last option due to other options have exhausted or failed. Lets other members consider others as well as developing sympathy. | Reduces the goal of all members involved. This results in the force of decisions as well as may not be long term due to risk of reoccurring of conflicts. | Team building Strategy| Is a long lasting association and it creates a win/win situation. Creation as well as interventions create a “we feeling” among people and sets extreme optimistic mindset by building proper company traditions.| This is a very difficult to develop a team due to its differences of the individuals views, objectives, beliefs, and so on. | Avoidance Strategy| This leads to instant optimistic outcomes. It cools down sentiments, temperament, and lets people look for more information.| Does not provide solutions by itself. It also has no long term solutions.| Collaboration Strategy| This results in inventions also co-creations. It causes long term associations and creates a win/win situations. | The situations may not be created due to hard development of the strategy. | Competitive Strategy| Output and results rise and outcomes are short term. | Reduces interpersonal connections and tends to fail in the long run. |
2. Which of the available conflict management strategies is most appropriate for the current situation with David and James? Provide your rationale, including what factors you considered in making your selection. Your response should be at least 100 words.
I would think that the collaborative strategy would be the ideal method for James and David since it would remove the misunderstandings that have been created among them. Interacting directly and removing the misunderstanding may help James and...