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Innovative Research

Discover new developments in the fields of collaboration, conflict and negotiations

DRRC has compiled research from thought leaders affiliated with DRRC who specialize in collaboration, conflict and negotiations.

The Dispute Resolution Research Center continues to be a global leader in producing innovative research that enhances our theoretical and practical understanding of how to manage conflict, improve collaborations and negotiate effectively.

Cynthia Wang, executive director of DRRC

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Featured Research

Pioneering research from current and past DRRC affiliated faculty and Post-Doctoral Fellows.

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    From Kellogg Insight

    How Comments Like “Man Up” Can Lead to Misbehavior at Work

    “Man up.” “Come on, bro. Don’t be such a wimp.” “Take it like a man.”

    One Nation, Too Divided?

    Over the past decade, the United States has grown increasingly entrenched into political camps. Those divisions have come to resemble cultural, tribal, and religious identities as much as party affiliations. Many experts see this increasing division as a volatile mix, with lack of trust and disinformation ratcheting up the tension.

    The Surprising Way Crowd Size Affects Our Tendency to Cheat

    To prevent unethical behavior, think small—at least when it comes to the size of the group you’re trying to influence.

    How Former Enemies Can Develop Trust

    For groups that have been in armed conflict for years, trust rarely develops overnight. Wariness toward former enemies can linger long after formal peace processes conclude. Indeed, continued mistrust can undermine those very processes, reviving the same fights again and again.

    Take 5: Learn to Love Networking (or at Least Tolerate It)

    We tend to have a range of reactions to the prospect of networking. Some of us love making connections and sharing information with new people. Some of us dread the awkward introductions and small talk.

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