A better way to resolve conflicts. The usual negotiating methods in the West are compromise and consensus. Compromise suggests that both sides give up something in order to gain something. Consensus means staying with that pert of the proposal on which everyone is agreed – the lowest common denominator. In this book, Edward de Bono puts forward an approach that involves making a map of the conflict ‘terrain’ and then using lateral thinking to generate alternative solutions.

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