Putting It Together

  • Linda M. Ippolito
Part of the Palgrave Studies in Business, Arts and Humanities book series (PSBAH)


Ippolito speaks to the need for foundational change in how we approach conflict, negotiation and problem-solving in response to the present global conflict crisis. Focused on the need to create a new conflict culture and a new professional capable of optimally operating within that new paradigm, Ippolito offers examples of how we might achieve these goals by enlivening our classrooms and adopting frame-breaking behaviours in practice. Success—and survival—in the twenty-first-century global community depends upon our ability to change and respond to the needs of a constantly changing world. Ippolito emphasizes that the ability to interact, negotiate and problem-solve in a way that connects us to others rather than alienating us from them is critical to achieving short-term as well as long-term goals, and to the ultimate goal of helping to create a more settlement-oriented, peaceful world.


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  • Linda M. Ippolito
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  1. 1.TorontoCanada

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