How the Government Shutdown Teaches Us About Negotiation Gridlock (and How to Avoid It)

Negotiation deadlock can also be solved by bringing in a new party to bridge the impasse

Feb 14, 2019 · 5 min read
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By Tanya Tarr

What can we do when negotiations grind to a point of impasse? The recent federal government shutdown serves as a new painful case…

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