Contribution to Book
Negotiating Wicked Problems: Five StoriesVenturing Beyond the Classroom: Volume 2 in the Rethinking Negotiation Teaching Series (2010)
Sometimes the problem to be negotiated is itself both obscure and deeply unstable; everything you do to try to improve the situation turns out to create a new problem, and sometimes, a worse one. In these settings, the authors conclude, traditional negotiation training has often not been enough: we need something new. The contributors offer a series of personal and dramatic stories from very different settings, which together illustrate how a new set of concepts and approaches is developing. The rest of the chapters in this section set out to define what that might consist of, and how it just might – at a starting level, and with a great deal of needed development only barely under way – begin to work.
EditorChris Honeyman, James Coben, and Giuseppe De Palo
SeriesRethinking Negotiation Teaching Series
Citation InformationCalvin Chrustie, Leonard Lira, Jayne S Docherty, Jamil Mahuad, et al.. "Negotiating Wicked Problems: Five Stories" Venturing Beyond the Classroom: Volume 2 in the Rethinking Negotiation Teaching Series Vol. 2 (2010) p. 449 - 480
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