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Conflict Resolution

This guide from the State Library of Florida highlights our resources on conflict resolution. Our collection includes books, journal articles and more. 

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  • Berson, Bryan L. “Building Conflict Competence: Improve Conflict Resolution and Workplace Mediation.” Quality Dec. 2013: 12. 
  • Blackard, Kirk. “Assessing Workplace Conflict Resolution Options.” Dispute Resolution Journal 56.1 (2001): 57–62. 
  • Clark, M. J. “The Art of Managing Workplace Conflict.” Public Relations Tactics 22.8 (2015): 15–15. 
  • DiTullio, Lisa. “Lean in to Team Conflict.” The Public Manager 2014: 63–65. 
  • Gupta, Mahesh C., and Sharon A. Kerrick. “A Conflict Resolution Tool for Project Managers: Evaporating Cloud.” Journal of International Technology and Information Management 23.3–4 (2014): 61–74. 
  • Hagemann, Bonnie, and Saundra Stroope. “Conflict Management: Lessons From the Second Grade.” T+D Jul. 2012: 58–61. 
  • Jiang, James J. et al. “Achieving IT Program Goals With Integrative Conflict Management.” Journal of Management Information Systems 31.1 (2014): 79–106. 
  • Maheshwari, Nidhi, and T.V. Shreeharsha. "The Real Rating: Conflict at Multigenerational Workplace." Journal of Case Research 6.1 (2015): 43-71. 
  • Toegel, Ginka, and Jean-Louis Barsoux. “How to Preempt Team Conflict.” Harvard Business Review 94.6 (2016): 78–83. 
  • Valencia, Pamela. “Trouble Is Brewing: Resolve Workplace Conflict by Using One of Five Approaches That is Appropriate to the Situation.” TD Magazine Apr. 2015: 60–64.      



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