Although different facets of managerial third‐party intervention in organizations have been explored, we know little about how managers should intervene in different disputes for resolving them successfully. In this study, a prescriptive model of intervention strategy selection proposed by Elangovan (1995) is tested. Data on successful and unsuccessful interventions were collected from senior managers in different organizations. The results show that following the prescriptions of the model leads to a significant increase in the likelihood that an intervention would be successful as well as in the degree of success of the intervention, thereby supporting a contingency view of dispute intervention.
Elangovan, A. (1998), "MANAGERIAL INTERVENTION IN ORGANIZATIONAL DISPUTES: TESTING A PRESCRIPTIVE MODEL OF STRATEGY SELECTION", International Journal of Conflict Management, Vol. 9 No. 4, pp. 301-335. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb022813Download as .RIS
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