While there is ample flexibility in the co-working business to accommodate potential social-impact models, it has been difficult to quantitatively prove that this business can strive and scale in these communities.
Posts Tagged: conflict and innovation
Three previous blogs examined how innovation causes conflict and how individuals can make it constructive. This blog offers techniques for groups to make conflict constructive in the service of innovation. Recall our definition of conflict: A situation in which two or more parties contend over something valued, with the intent of prevailing. The goal isRead… Read more »
To transform conflict into a positive force for innovation, view conflict as differences containing value – and plan to learn from those differences.
Launching a short series on conflict and innovation.