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5 result(s) found for category: stabilize.

  • Involve important people to get outcomes lived up to

    People that are important to parties can be witnesses. They can monitor the process of dispute resolution and compliance. So parties have more reasons to cooperate and live up to outcomes.
  • Keeping records

    Although record keeping is time consuming, it can be useful in monitoring, learning and solving things that are not clear.
  • Linking to more formal systems

    If an outcome is backed by people with authority, compliance to this outcome will be stimulated.
  • Stimulating compliance

    In a best case scenario complying is made easy and attractive, so parties will feel that it is a better option than not complying.
  • Writing good agreements and decisions

    Any written agreement or decision should be accurately reflect what was said or meant.

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