Arguing at the workplace is often seen in a negative light. This is especially true when teams are large, so it gets difficult to manage the situation, if things go out of hand. Yet, if the proper management training is provided to the team members, arguing can only be good for the idea- generating capabilities of the organization. It will lead to cognitive diversity, a must for curating innovations in the organization. Teams need to abide by certain ground rules to make this work. For a start, all must value the fact that everyone works for the same organization, at the end of the day. All discussions must be keeping in view facts and logic, towards the specific, relevant topic. Deviations must be at the minimum. None of the arguments must veer towards personal attacks. Ultimately, one needs to be intellectually humble.


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