Problem Solving Method week 4 discussion 1
Complete an analysis of the
Interest-Based Problem-Solving Method. Describe how this method seeks to
balance the needs of the parties involved (i.e., the community, political
leaders, police management, and the police union). Are there limits to the application
of this method within various types of negotiations? What, if any, are they?
He wrote: The Interest-Based
Problem-Solving Method takes in to consideration everyone's interests involved.
This could include the people in the community, political leaders, police
management, and the police union. The biggest thing with this type of method is
that they try to in cooperate something that everyone wants. This basically
means that something everyone wants will be included in to a decision. Within
in negotiations everyone's ideas are taken in to consideration. The best
decision in this method will make everyone happy. I do feel as though there are
times that this method will not be a good method to use. Whenever there is only
one possible answer to a situation this method of problem solving would not be
the best. In this situation the answer could end up making one of more sides
unhappy. This would not be a good method if you can not get everyone's ideas
and put them together and make a decision that will benefit everyone in the
long run. I believe that this method would definitely be great because everyone
gets a voice. Then you are taking everyone's ideas in to consideration. This
will help everyone stay happy and will build moral in the long run.
Our discussion, the
individuals response, tell the bad and good of individuals response, list