An ADR is considered a pragmatic approach to dispute resolution that can save money and time and help find the best solution for everyone (Inta, 2010).
Our ADR consist of several simple mechanisms that must be used to solve conflicts. If a member of the team is not happy about what is going on in the team setting the person must file a complaint in new post title ADR implementation. The post goes up and each team member must read the issue. After everyone reads on the matter, then a meeting must be setup within 36 hours of the post. In the meeting the each team member must provide a reply to the original post in the team player must provide constructive feedback about the issue. The feedback constitutes an alternative solution. Everyone including the person that filed the complaint must provide an alternative solution. After all solutions are posted in the learning team forum the member of the team must vote on their preferred alternative. The alternative that is going to be implemented is the one with the majority of the votes. If there is a tie then the team leader must chose the solution to solve the conflict among the most popular alternatives. ADR have become more frequently used in the 21st century due to time and money savings that are associated with the use of alternative dispute resolution