Alternative Dispute Resolution

May 7th, 2015
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The three different basic types of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) are negotiation, mediation, and arbitration. Negotiation is described by the text as ‘give and take’ between parties who are either trying to establish a relationship for future dealings with one another or trying to repair damage to their existing relationship caused by events which occurred previously. The former is referred to as a transactional

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Any group or team that works together to achieve a common goal is bound to experience some form of conflict. In the context of a University of Phoenix learning team, settling these disputes in an efficient and quick manner allows the team to be more productive and thereby earn a higher grade. Having some form of resolution process in writing for the team to follow when a dispute does happen will then allow for a more effective learning team.Some of the potential disputes that may arise in this setting include differences in opinion regarding the direction of the team or the direction of the project that the team is working on. Additionally, the team might find itself confronted with the problem of a team member not making the contributions he committed to. In this setting it is highly doubtful a team would file some form of lawsuit against the offending member. First, dealing with the costs of such an idea is prohibitive. Second, using a court to settle one of the above situations is just a bit on the extreme side! Not all disputes need to go to court! In fact, going to court would not even be an effective method strictly because of the time it would take to resolve in that manne

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