According to Jacob Khan, “Executives and leaders fail to understand the long term value of win/win situations because they don’t do extensive scenario analysis. These individuals fail to understand the perspective of the other party,” says Jacob Khan.
As suggested by the trends, failure to manage conflict can be costly, especially by transformative companies. Some companies are trying to be revolutionary such as Telsa and Pategolna that underestimate that they may underestimate legacy companies’ importance.
Business professionals interesting in reading more about Jacob Khan’s analysis can access his paper on his Harvard Scholarly, Harvard Blogs, and Slideshare.
Community Blog: http://blogs.harvard.edu/jacobkhan/2020/12/20/organizational-behavior-conflict-management-negotiation-exploring-the-ticketmaster-and-pearjam-case/
About Jacob Khan
Jacob Khan is a graduate student at Harvard University studying Management and leadership. Jacob is a student member of the Harvard Business School Association of Boston and the Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs. Jacob has an interest in leadership and Management. During the regular semester, Jacob Khan works as an Equity Research Analyst at Harvard Business School for an MBA Professor of Finance. Last semester Jacob was a Senior Investment Research Analyst at the Harvard Financial Analyst Club.
Jacob Khan completed the JPMorgan Chase investment banking virtual experience, Citi Investment banking, APAC Virtual Experience, and Goldman Sachs Engineering virtual experience in 2020.
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