Community-based decision making and conflict resolution offer stakeholders the ability to quickly create ad hoc groups and polls. Participation can be open to all members or access controlled.
Increase transparency and inclusion, decrease meetings and emails, and make better decisions together.
Making the right decision at the right time can make all the difference. Everyday decision making requires integration of a broad range of information from a variety of sources, collaborative decision making adds the complexity of combining multiple sources with multiple points of view.
Smart contracts and automated systems will require ongoing structured human intervention and decision making supplemented by machine learning enhancing the effectiveness of decision making over time.
Generating a number of different options may seem to make your decision more complicated at first, but the act of coming up with alternatives forces you to dig deeper and look at the problem from different angles.
Following a conflict resolution process involves distinct stages and is designed to lead to mutually beneficial outcomes. Led by a trained, neutral mediator. Mediation is a less expensive, time-saving alternative to court.
Conflict Prevention is the object of a wide range of policies and initiatives; its aim is to avoid escalation of disputes
Out of Band contract information is information required in Smart Contracts that is not automatically generated by a data feed.