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Nederlands-Vlaams tijdschrift voor mediation en conflictmanagement

Meer op het gebied van Mediation en herstelrecht

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Aflevering 3, 2010 Alle samenvattingen uitklappen

Annie de Roo
Annie de Roo is hoofdredacteur TMD.

Rob Jagtenberg
Rob Jagtenberg, verbonden aan o.a. de Erasmus Universiteit, was en is betrokken bij diverse Europese projecten inzake geschillenbeslechting.
Artikel

Ontwikkelingsgericht bemiddelen

Conflicten als bron van groei

Trefwoorden developmental mediation, retaining, adding, creating
Auteurs Diana Evers
SamenvattingAuteursinformatie

    The author discusses the potential of developmental mediation. In developmental mediation the focus of the mediator is on retaining, adding and creating.


Diana Evers
Diana Evers is werkzaam bij het Mediation Instituut Vlaanderen.
Artikel

The DIS Mediation Rules

Trefwoorden mediation, alternative dispute resolution, consensual
Auteurs Prof. dr. Stephan Breidenbach en Dr. Holger Peres
SamenvattingAuteursinformatie

    As a consensual dispute resolution method, mediation is gaining ever more practical significance. Above all, businesses are beginning to understand that mediation poses little risk of failure, while offering a realistic chance of continuing, and in some cases even developing, business relationships. To meet real-life demands, the German Institution of Arbitration (DIS) now provides new mediation rules as part of a whole set of new dispute resolution rules.


Prof. dr. Stephan Breidenbach
Stephan Breidenbach is a tenured professor of civil law, law of civil procedure, and international business law at Europe University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany. He contributed to the design of the DIS dispute resolution system.

Dr. Holger Peres
Holger Peres is an attorney and partner at BEITEN BURKHARDT Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH in Munich, Germany. He contributed to the design of the DIS dispute resolution system.
Praktijk

Mediation met computer mindmapping

Trefwoorden conflict management, Mindmapping, business conflict, Information technology
Auteurs Dr. Joost Alexander van Boeschoten
SamenvattingAuteursinformatie

    A novel approach to mediation is applied in a conflict between an IT-vendor and its customer. In a series of mediation sessions a computer-based Mindmap, displayed on a large screen, is developed as the model that contains the shared understanding between parties of their conflict. The Mindmap is constructed ‘life’, as the mediator facilitates the conversation between parties. It structures surface level symptoms, issues, root causes, and finally builds a set of solutions. This approach to mediation brings at least three main benefits: (1) it promotes shared unambiguous understanding of the conflict, because the parties build one shared model containing their views, (2) it promotes a balance of power, because it works counter to certain negotiation tricks, such as truth by repetition, riding hobby horses, power play, insults, et cetera, and (3) it depersonalises the conflict, as the conflict is encapsulated in the model. Computer mindmapping also provides a self-documenting process.


Dr. Joost Alexander van Boeschoten
Joost Alexander van Boeschoten is onafhankelijk adviseur bij Contrasticon BV voor directies van IT-afnemers en -leveranciers, die hij helpt bij het succesvol vorm en inhoud geven aan hun samenwerkingsrelaties. Afhankelijk van de wensen van de opdrachtgever(s) treedt hij op als eenzijdig adviseur of tussenpartijdig bemiddelaar, zoals bij mediation.
Praktijk

Conflicthantering binnen de wettelijke vertegenwoordiging

Trefwoorden Drs. A. Leijssen is directeur van Leijssen Bewindvoeringen b.v.T. Tiebosch studeert rechten.Legal protection, Guardian, conflict management, strategic interaction
Auteurs drs. André Leijssen en Tineke Tiebosch
SamenvattingAuteursinformatie

    In this article the focus is on conflicts in the legal protection of incapable adults. First a short explanation is given of protection measurements in Dutch family law. Second is discussed in which cases judges appoint or should appoint professional guardians instead of a member of the family of the incapable adult. The central issue in this article is the role of the guardian as an ‘arbiter’ in conflicts. According to his task he cannot be independent, because his primary task is to care for the interests of the incapable person. This may bring him in conflict with other parties involved. Particularly the fact that the guardian himself can be a party in a conflict makes his position and role special. Therefore, some methods of possible strategic interaction from the perspective of the guardian are discussed.


drs. André Leijssen
André Leijssen is directeur van Leijssen Bewindvoeringen b.v.

Tineke Tiebosch
Tineke Tiebosch studeert rechten.

Annie de Roo
Annie de Roo is hoofdredacteur TMD.