JAMS ADR Blog by Chris Poole
We live in a connected world with intricate networks of supply chain and service relationships and any delay can result in multiple commercial challenges. Businesses have a choice on how they respond to delays or impending disruption. Our suggestion is to look for an opportunity to work with all stakeholders to find a solution for this immediate challenge, while being focused on the long-term benefit of maintaining the relationship. Given the time and cost pressure this might not be easy to achieve, without assistance.
Watch our latest video to hear how a facilitator and a facilitated process can identify options to find a workable solution.
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