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Blog | Author: Ed Hennessy | Source: HCI
| Published:November 16, 2015
The ability to successfully navigate conflict is a critical skill in today’s fast paced world. The constant change that most organizations are undergoing to stay relevant in their marketplace brings new and inventive ways of doing things, which collides with proven methods and concepts that have led organizations to their current level of success. Adding to that we have emails, text messages, instant messages, tweets, posts, and others with the ability to be connected seemingly almost unlimited. Yet with that level of connection naturally come opportunities for miscommunication.