Divergence of views at work isn’t a bad thing to have; in fact, it brings multiple options for you as far as the future course of actions in your organization is concerned. Disagreement on perspectives is a usual offshoot of collective effort at any place. People working in different domains can have differing opinions, suggestions and solutions, but their commitment to the progress of your business or organization extracts effective and unified results from among these differing views.
Sometimes contrasting analyses and assessments churn well and yield innovative ideas. A little tweaking in the manufacturing of products, addition of a separate service, methods of making an overreach to clients, overstretch to prospective customers or making an alliance with a specific entity can do a lot of good for your business. Dissimilar ideas for a fused aim can become complementary to one another. So, you must listen to the employees who present different opinions from yours and you must inculcate a culture in your office wherein no one hesitates to bring forth his opinions, however diverse they may be.
Arguments are always welcome for a refined idea to emerge in the organization and you must bear in mind that all of these arguments are being presented by the people who share same goals for the organization or business. If you wish your employees to pursue inventive approach in their respective assignments, clashing suggestions and ideas are bound to come forward which finally amalgamate and transform into a full-fledged innovative plan and initiative.
Additionally, ideas from people across domains in your organization, however divergent, illustrate involvement and commitment from everyone and that is the basic premise for a business to flourish in any sector.