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April 28, 2010

What is conflict? One definition states it is “an expressed struggle between at least two interdependent parties who perceive incompatible goals, scarce resources and interference from others in achieving their goals,” writes Walid Chiniara

What is conflict? According to just one of many definitions, it is "an expressed struggle between at least two interdependent parties who perceive incompatible goals, scarce resources and interference from others in achieving their goals," writes Walid Chiniara.

March 1, 2006

Family conflict can spiral out of control and before you know it there are legal advisors involved benefitting neither family nor business. Dennis Jaffe explains alternative ways of resolving conflict before it reaches the boxing ring stage

Dennis Jaffe is a founding partner of the new family enterprise consulting firm, Relative Solutions. www.relative-solutions.com

Family conflict can spiral out of control and before you know it there are legal advisors involved benefitting neither family nor business. Dennis Jaffe explains  alternative ways of resolving conflict before it reaches the boxing ring stage

September 1, 2005

Conflict is a feature of families anyway. Add business to the mixture and the results can be incendiary. A few ground rules and a hearty team spirit can help. Fredda Herz-Brown describes the best way to avoid and resolve differences and maintain healthy dynamics

Re-printed by permission of the publisher from Family Business Magazine. www.familybusinessmagazine.com

Fredda Herz-Brown is a managing partner of the
Metropolitan Group

Conflict is a feature of families anyway. Add business to the mixture and the results can be incendiary. A few ground rules and a hearty team spirit can help. Fredda Herz-Brown describes the best way to avoid and resolve differences and maintain healthy dynamics 

November 1, 2002

“Carl, this has gotten way out of hand!” Elaine Martino exclaimed to her husband Carl.

"Carl, this has gotten way out of hand!" Elaine Martino exclaimed to her husband Carl. "That was your doctor on the phone. He said that with all the stress and conflict going on at the factory, you are not to go back to work until further notice. He's afraid that your diabetes could lead to shock or a stroke. Carl, what are we going to do?"

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