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[Download] ✤ The Five Percent ➸ Peter T. Coleman – Eiyo.us

The Five Percent A Conflict Resolution Specialist Explores The Nature Of Disputes That Become Intractable Quagmires, And Offers Cutting Edge Methods For Solving Them

[Download] ✤ The Five Percent  ➸ Peter T. Coleman – Eiyo.us
  • ebook
  • 288 pages
  • The Five Percent
  • Peter T. Coleman
  • English
  • 22 September 2017
  • 1586489224

    10 thoughts on “[Download] ✤ The Five Percent ➸ Peter T. Coleman – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    This is an important book that contributes to a new way of thinking and acting in high friction contexts I am convinced its relevance stretches beyond the field of conflict resolution, vast as it is Anyone who is struggling with wicked problems , working to introduce radical innovations, building social movements or engaged in transitioning complex systems health care, transportation, food production, will benefit from studying the insights embedded in The Five Percent A key insight th This is an important book that contributes to a new way of thinking and acting in high friction contexts I am convinced its relevance stretches beyond the field of conflict resolution, vast as it is Anyone who is struggling with wicked problems , working to introduce radical innovations, building social movements or engaged in transitioning complex systems health care, transportation, food production, will benefit from studying the insights embedded in The Five Percent A key insight that is brought to light by this book is that intractable conflicts are to a large extent intractable because we make them so By default our psychological and e...


  2. says:

    The author, Peter Coleman identifies 5% of all conflicts as intractable He first gives real life examples of these conflicts low income, high crime areas in the US, marriages that break apart and neither party will give way, etc , analyses what they have in common power of history is considerable perfect storm of many complex factors that all synergize to drive and intensify the conflict they do not respond well to conflict management strategies that are useful elsewhereThen the author lay The author, Peter Coleman identifies 5% of all conflicts as intractable He first gives real life examples of these conflicts low income, high crime areas in the US, marriages that break apart and neither party will give way, etc , analyses what they have in common power of history is considerable perfect storm of many complex fa...


  3. says:

    We are lead to believe that all conflicts can be mitigated Yet, there are times that we all come up against a standoff that no matter what we try just doesn t seem to move In fact, over time, each side tends to becomedeeply entrenched.These five percent of issues require a littlefinesse than the regular conflicts The issues are not simple Yet, the emotional personal moral nature of the topic tends to promote an either or situation with no room for gray thinking In this way, comi We are lead to believe that all conflicts can be mitigated Yet, th...


  4. says:

    The contents of this book are excellent and probably deserve a higher rating yet something about its structure made reading too much of a slog for me to give itstars I hopepeople will read it, nonetheless.


  5. says:

    Seems really fascinating Also trying to get someone to write a book review of this for negotiation journalIf I had the time, I would write it


  6. says:

    Recommended by Ben Cameron Impossible conflicts devolve into three things win lose dichotomies, simplified sound bites and reinforcing feedback loops.

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