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After reading Chapter 7 in the text, address the:
- Explain whether the dispute is at an impasse or not and if any party is experiencing any settlement pressures.
- Discuss the use of arbitration or mediation if the negotiation between the Wilsons and Greens reaches an impasse. Should they consider arbitration or mediation to resolve their differences? Why or why not?
- Analyze other hybrid forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that are available and should be considered if negotiations fail to produce a settlement.
five double-spaced pages in length. Use the references below Carrell, M.R. & Heavrin, C. (2008).
Negotiating essentials: Theory, skills, and practices. Upper Saddle, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall. ISBN-10
- Chapter 6: Strategy
- Chapter 7: Impasse and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
- Rose, J. B. (2004, Spring). Public sector bargaining: From retrenchment to consolidation. Relations Industrielles, 59(2), 271-293. (Document ID: 683086171). Retrieved from the ProQuest database.
Caverly, N., Cunningham, B., & Mitchell, L. (2006). Reflections on public-sector based integrative collective bargaining: Conditions affecting cooperation within the negotiation process. Employee Relations, 28(1/2), 62-76. (Document ID: 1000184341).
Colosi, T. (1983, November/December). Negotiation in the public and private sectors: A core model. The American Behavioral Scientist (pre-1986), 27(2), 229-234. (Document ID: 732624991). Please select “Full Text – PDF” on the right side of the screen after you use the hyperlink to the article abstract.