Choosing a process

"Assess the advantages in taking advice, then structure your forces accordingly, to supplement extraordinary tactics. Forces are to be structured strategically, based on what is advantageous"

Sun Tzu, The Art of War

All alternative dispute resolution processes have as their primary purpose the resolution of a dispute.

Deciding which process to use depends on a number of factors, such as what the dispute is about and the positions, interests, structure and attitudes of the disputing parties.

The key to effective dispute management and resolution is to be flexible and carefully consider what options might best fit the particular dispute and the parties involved.

Learn about different types of dispute resolution