I found this book very valuable and refreshingly simple and clear.
This is a very unusual business strategy book on an esoteric topic: solving complex problems with scenario planning and analysis.
And what I love seeing as well is, at the same time, how he brings himself to that awareness every step of the way.
The author uses great illustrations and stories to engage the reader, but more importantly they bring the principles the author is alluding to to life in very practical ways. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joshua Jackson
A applied insights from incomparable life experiences as a facilitator, negotiator, and mediator.Published 7 months ago by Laughing Buddha
I found the innovative approach described as the Mt. Fleur approach to be outstanding. The key is that it engages all the stakeholders in the problem at hand in working together... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Peter C. Ekstrand
Not a solutions book, more a principles and pathway book. In some way simple, but never simplistic, insightful and hopeful. Did I mention the resonance of the stories?Published 14 months ago by Tony Sherman
This book is worth reading and provides an interesting approach to problem-solving. It is mainly a story about how the author worked with groups of people at odds with each other... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dorothy
This book is more of a story than a description of how to solve tough problems. The book is written from the upper edges of rationalism, with glimpses into multi-perspectivism or... Read morePublished 22 months ago by William Talada
Outstanding review of negotiation skills, excellent inside of important negotiation in recent times. A must read to learn what it takes to facilitate dialog and solve problemsPublished on March 25, 2011 by Felipe Gallardo
He provides an eye-opening definition of real collaboration, with many examples. He certainly proves the real power of open dialogue and sincere listening, as well as showing the... Read morePublished on September 25, 2008 by BSXX
The book confirmed some concepts from other readings I have completed but overall it was a disappointment. Read morePublished on June 7, 2008 by K. B. Gibb