Develop a 3-4 page report on how conflict can affect an organization. Describe r

Develop a 3-4 page report on how conflict can affect an organization. Describe r

Develop a 3-4 page report on how conflict can affect an organization. Describe reasons for conflict and explain the role of both functional and dysfunctional conflict in institutional change. Recommend strategies for resolving both functional and dysfunctional conflict.
Institutional conflict can be viewed as either functional or dysfunctional. From the functional perspective, conflict can be seen as productive because it causes members of the institution to learn, improve, and develop creativity and problem-solving skills. On the other hand, conflict can be seen as dysfunctional to the degree that it threatens the structure and stability of an institution and to the degree that it stifles creativity and change. Managed properly, conflict can cause people and the institution to grow and improve.
Complete the following:
Describe at least three reasons for conflict within an institution or organization. How might individual differences and perceptions contribute to the conflict?
Explain the role of functional conflict in institutional change.
Explain the role of dysfunctional conflict in institutional change.
Recommend one conflict resolution strategy organizational leadership could use with functional conflict.
Recommend one conflict resolution strategy organizational leadership could use with dysfunctional conflict.
Format this assessment as a professional report. Use appropriate headings and support your statements with the resources you located. Follow APA guidelines for your in-text citations and references.
Describes reasons for conflict within an institution or organization and considers how individual perceptions can contribute to institutional conflict
Grading Criteria 
Explains the role and benefits of functional conflict in institutional change, Explains the role of dysfunctional conflict in institutional change and considers how it affects motivation and commitment.Recommends a conflict resolution strategy for functional conflict and explains how the strategy supports institutional change.Recommends a conflict resolution strategy for dysfunctional conflict and considers the consequences of failing to resolve dysfunctional conflict.
Writing is coherent, using evidence to support a central idea in a consistently appropriate format with correct grammar, usage, and mechanics.