MGA Self Assessment - the Environment Centre (tEC)

After this stage, you should be able to assess whether and how the MGA is applicable in your situation and what to look for when you want to start a MGA process.

1. Explain why MGA would be used.

2. What is a BATNA?

3. If you use a BATNA, what is the final step in this process?

4. What is the difference between a "position" and an "interest"?

5. Name three advantages of using MGA.

6. What is the reason for working with objective characteristics?

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