As we've seen in previous posts, calling something "Interest Based Bargaining" does not necessarily make it effective. I would argue that some processes parading around as IBB, really shouldn't even have that name. In fact, I've started calling the processes I use "collaborative problem-solving" to avoid the confusion of IBB all together. Today we'll delve … Continue reading Interest Based Bargaining: Part 3
What a day! Today I had the honor of giving a keynote address to attendees at DOVIA's Colorado Conference on Volunteerism. I was not surprised but SO impressed with the depth of thought and experience that participants brought to our work together. HUGE thanks to all of the volunteers who organized the conference and to … Continue reading DOVIA Colorado Conference on Volunteerism
When you have a problem with your pipes, you call a plumber. When you have a problem with your colleagues, neighbor, spouse, etc., who do you call?