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Conflict Resolution and Group Decision-Making Exploring the dynamics of conflict resolution at the group level

@inproceedings{Lpez2004ConflictRA,
  title={Conflict Resolution and Group Decision-Making Exploring the dynamics of conflict resolution at the group level},
  author={Luis L{\'o}pez},
  year={2004}
}
Conflict resolution in decision-making groups is studied using a System Dynamics model. The model is developed using a grounded-theory approach. Some preliminary results are shown. The results seem to be in line with much empirical research done in the management literature about conflict and conflict resolution at the group level of analysis. Ideas for further research are discussed. Introduction The dynamics of group decision-making have been a major research theme in many fields of inquiry… Expand

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