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    In any team, problems will arise and team members will have questions about the conflict and how to resolve it. Members
    across departments must collaborate and contribute to the resolution of any unhealthy form of team conflict.
    1. Why is it important for an organization to have a mission?
    2. Why is it important for team members to know their roles on a team?
    3. Is competition within a team a good or bad thing? Explain your response.
    4. Why is it important to set short- and long-term goals when planning a meeting regarding conflicts? Provide
    examples.
    5. Why is it significant for leaders to understand how to resolve conflict and avoid unhealthy agreements?
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    1. Why is it important for an organization to have a mission?

    Missions are mandatory for organization's because without a stated mission, the organizational goals and objectives that are supposed to be reached would be unknown. A mission statement that emanates from a vision is required because employees need to believe that the leadership has a vision, employees must be provided the outline and tools as well as their individual role in this vision and mission, and employees must be involved in the mission. Because of this, a mission statement is as mandatory as a business strategy.

    2. Why is it important for team members to know their roles on a team?

    Team members have to know their individual roles within the organization, which are ...

    Solution Summary

    Organizational conflict resolution is examined. The importance of team members knowing their roles on a team are determined.

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