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Alternative Dispute 1 Alternative Dispute Resolution Fred Johnson University of Phoenix
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Alternative Dispute 2 Alternative Dispute Resolution 1. This alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is designed to improve member relationships by informally assisting team members with a quick resolution that has not been covered in the learning team charter. This ADR encourages open communication, allows all parties to resolve disputes within the learning team, and uses a third party to assist the learning team member to avoid any lengthy litigation. 2. The student must present the problem (e.g., any personal disturbance, negative interaction, or complaint) to the appointed team leader through classroom posts within a week of the incident. The student may present a written statement to his or her learning team explaining his or her version of the incident prior to the next meeting. The team leader will mediate the incident at
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Unformatted text preview: the next schedule team meeting or upcoming classroom setting. If this dispute involves the team leader then the previous team leader will mediate the dispute. Both parties must agree that mediation is the best method to handle this problem. 3. If an agreement of mediation cannot be reached or the dispute is considered to be of a more serious nature (e.g., behaviors addressed in the student code of conduct or a violation of institutional rules) then the more formal method of arbitration will apply to the incident. 4. All parties involved must present a written document explaining his or her versions of the incident prior to the meeting. The course instructor will Alternative Dispute 3 coordinate and conduct the arbitrary meeting. The instructor will make the final judgment and resolve the problem the way he or she deems fitting....
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course MGT 521 taught by Professor Klamm during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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