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Integrative Framework

[in-ti-grey-tiv] [freym-wurk]

A means of negotiation decision making to conceptualise the actions, contingencies of all possible outcomes, options and scenarios. Applied to integrative negotiations with the intention of incorporating the goals and aims of all the negotiating parties to create maximum value through collaborative negotiation.

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