The demand for workforce metrics is increasing today. Now more than ever, global organizations are seeking insights that can help them predict and prepare for upcoming challenges. In today’s world finding and keeping talents is a key topic for the HR and management as well. However, it is impossible without knowing what’s going on within the work groups. On the other hand, not so many organizations find themselves efficient when it comes to workforce analytics.
Nowadays, it’s natural for organizations to work in teams. It’s a proven approach to get people together with different background working in a joint venture. Colleagues have different point of views and under pressure these differences can easily escalate to conflicts. That is to say workplace conflicts are inevitable. However, conflict may be beneficial if they are treated well. Healthy and constructive ones are key components of high-performing teams. Conflicts arise from individual differences which are truly valuable and make diverse teams more effective. Complex projects are usually addressed by cross-functional teams with differing opinion, skill sets, and varying viewpoints. So it is essential to welcome differences rather than eradicate them.