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PARTNERING
Partnering is a dispute prevention process, utilized primarily in the construction industry, that is used to help project stakeholders avoid conflict and resolve problems before they become disputes. The partnering process starts at a retreat that is normally held in the early stages of the project and is facilitated and managed by a neutral facilitation team. With the assistance of the partnering retreat leaders, the project stakeholders develop a project team charter, as well as project milestones and an evaluation process. The partnering team charter also includes a project wide commitment to utilize ADR strategies to resolve disputes that arise during the project. Because of the enormous success of partnering it is being implemented in a growing number of industries and multi-party project settings.

STRATEGIC FACILITATION
Strategic Facilitation is a process which utilizes a neutral facilitator(s) in multi-party public or private settings to provide structure, reduce tensions, achieve an efficient gathering and flow of information, and to manage the meeting or process agenda. Facilitators assist the parties to gain clarity and direction by identifying all participants/stakeholders, establishing methods for decision-making and group process, and documenting the outcome of the facilitated process.

NEGOTIATED RULEMAKING
Negotiated Rulemaking provides an alternative methodology for drafting proposed regulations. Agency representatives and affected interest groups use the services of a neutral facilitator to negotiate rule drafting and implementation procedures.