University of Phoenix
Tuesday May 1, 2012
Prof. Lirio Bernal Sanchez
Alternative dispute resolution is a process that has gained popularity in solving conflicts because it helps in protecting the rights of the people and also to solve the problem in a less formal environment before it goes to a formal trial at court (Spangler, 2003)
The alternative dispute resolution methods identified are Conciliation, Negotiation, Mediation, ...view middle of the document...
4) Any situation that needs further evaluation will be discussed with the professor to get his input and use him as a referee to solve the conflict.”
I believe that with this clarification there will be a team working to achieve their individual and common goals.
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