What We Know About Collaborative Processes That Work

Tuesday, May 06, 2008
11:30 AM
to
1:00 PM
An update on what is known about the use of collaborative problem solving for policy issues. An examination of recent and more classic collaborative processes that have been used in Washington State or elsewhere - some regarded as successful, some not - helps us take a closer look at what has been important to obtaining effective results from collaborative processes, and even what it takes to move a conflict from continuing conflict to a more useful setting in which to gain a more far reaching, productive and stable outcome.
This event is open to: 
Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, Donors, General Public
This event has been categorized as: 
Lectures and Presentations
For further information please contact: 
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206-685-7134