Essays about: "organisational group conflict"

Found 3 essays containing the words organisational group conflict.

  1. 1. Integrating Environmental Sustainability into Strategy-How headquarters-subsidiary dynamics shape the integration across locally embedded subsidiaries

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Jessica Stenberg; Mareike Bönninger; [2014-12-12]
    Keywords : environmental portfolio; environmental sustainability; the MECH Group; Posi-tive Impact; network MNC; subsidiary dual embeddedness; headquarters HQ ; subsidiary; dynamics; middle management squeeze;

    Abstract : MSc in International Business and Trade.... READ MORE

  2. 2. Managing Organizational Conflict from the Cultural Perspective : A Comparison of Nigeria and Sweden

    University essay from Blekinge Tekniska Högskola/Sektionen för management; Blekinge Tekniska Högskola/Sektionen för management; Blekinge Tekniska Högskola/Sektionen för management

    Author : Zeowa Richard Ndubuisi; Onukwube Emeka; Modestus Ogunjiofor; [2010]
    Keywords : organisational conflict; culture; Nigeria; Sweden.;

    Abstract : Ways of managing organizational conflict are as varied as its causes, origins and contexts. The purpose of conflict management, whether undertaken by the parties in conflict or whether involving the intervention of an outside party, is to affect the entire structure of a conflict situation so as to contain the destructive components in the conflict process (e. READ MORE

  3. 3. Understanding institutional changes for reducing vulnerability to landslides in Chittagong City, Bangladesh

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Stockholm Resilience Centre

    Author : Ronju Ahammad; [2009]
    Keywords : Formal organisation; informal settlement; institutional change; landslide; land tenure conflict; social vulnerability;

    Abstract : Ineffective hill management policy at the national level and weak enforcement by thelocal authorities has created space for developing many informal settlements alonglandslide prone hillslopes in Chittagong city, Bangladesh. These settlements areconsidered illegal by the formal authorities, the settlers perceive their presence inthose areas as legal occupants, which have caused land tenure conflicts with formalauthorities over the last decades. READ MORE