COMPAS

The COMPAS Process is based on extensive experience in the fields of conflict analysis, prevention, and resolution; planning; project management; managing change; and social interaction. It has been used by a wide range of clients from diverse sectors of society, including governments, institutions, organizations, companies, communities, and societies at various stages of conflict.

COMPAS prepares clients with accurate information, the identification of potential problem areas, and a clear comprehensive picture of the inter-relationships among different factors. Thus prepared, clients are better able to prevent damaging conflicts, deal with conflicts more effectively when they do arise, plan more comprehensively, network more successfully, utilize resources more productively, and make the benefts of their activities more sustainable. Every COMPAS contains a thorough, clear set of recommendations for specific action.

The types of COMPAS include, among others:

TYPES
EXAMPLES
Conflict COMPAS
  • Assessing the causes and specific components of confusing disruptions, and making recommendations for how to prevent them from becoming damaging conflicts
  • Assessing the dynamics of specific conflict situations and making recommendations for how to deal effectively with the conflicts
Situation COMPAS
  • Assessing a situation in need of change and how to manage the change process
  • Assessing local and international efforts in post-conflict societies for the improvement of quality, cooperation, and peacebuilding
  • Assessing projects at various stages of planning and implementation
  • Assessing relationship patterns and their effects on goals
Country COMPAS
  • Comprehensive, concise, easy to follow country and region assessments to help international clients be more effective

Throughout every stage of the COMPAS Process, confidentiality is strictly respected, and information is gathered and presented in an objective and unbiased manner.

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