Forms of Problem Solving and Effects on Employee Empowerment

This study and research examines three sides of an issue to determine what avenues are available for making critical decisions, both short and long-term. This examines a situation where a leader and his board vied for control within an organization and the consequential dissipation of that organization. It reviews methods of creative problem solving and decision making as it pertains to empowering employees (or boards hired by directors) and traditional and not so traditional ways of dealing with conflict. Finally, the researcher recommends considerations for leaders of organizations when they face conflict or have employees who are in conflict.

Author: 
Rebecca Surmont
Year Completed: 
2011
Number of Pages: 
56
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