Daily Archives: December 9, 2010

US and other Developed Countries’ Resilience

Some months ago, our correspondent Victor replying to a posting I had made on the environmental and climate change issues confronting the world, used the word resilience and suggested that whatever the actual emerging climatic or environmental threats facing us, … Continue reading

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Conflict Resolution Strategy: The Top Ten Differences between Positional and Interest Based Bargaining

Roger Fisher and Bill Ury invented ‘principled interest based bargaining’ in their 1981 classic conflict book ‘Getting to Yes’. I was recently with a Trade Union organizer who said: ‘Yes obviously interest bargaining is now the common approach’. But when … Continue reading

Posted in Conflict Book Reviews, Conflict Processes, Creativity and Conflict, PERSONAL CONFLICT RESOLUTION: CREATIVE STRATEGIES, Top Ten Conflict Tips from Great Thinkers, Ways to handle conflict | Tagged , , , | 4 Comments