One reason agreements and solutions fail is that they don’t sufficiently identify and address the root causes of the problem. Another is that they address behavioral elements of the conflict without also addressing systemic elements that drive the behavior. The Interrelationship Digraph is an excellent tool for overcoming both of these problem-solving hurdles.
Using good process
Do try this at home. And work.
As Ali said, champions are made in the gym, not in the ring.
Let’s not make it more complicated than we have to.
There’s a whole lotta gray between the black and the white.
3 questions for choosing the right tool at the right time.
Use the psychology of agreement to start your conversation right.
It’s all about frame of reference.
The best kind of experiment.
Fallback criteria save the day. Again.