The Sedona Conference® Moves to Collaborative Management Structure Designed for Dialogue and Consensus Decision Making
The Sedona Conference®, the Arizona-based non-partisan law and policy think tank, announces a new collaborative management structure designed to align the organization’s administration with its historical mission of dialogue and consensus building.
The Sedona Conference®, the Arizona-based non-profit, non-partisan law and policy think tank, announces that its Board of Directors has adopted a new collaborative management structure designed to align the organization’s administration with its historical mission of dialogue and consensus building. The four Director-level positions (Business Operations, Conferences and Content, Judicial Outreach, and Judicial Education) will now manage the affairs of The Sedona Conference® in a collaborative, consensus-based manner, reporting to an Executive Committee of the Board of Directors.
“The Sedona Conference’s success, right from the very start, has been based on creating intellectually stimulating and thought-provoking dialogue and content through collaboration by judges, lawyers, experts and academics,” said Craig Weinlein, a member of The Sedona Conference® Board of Directors and a partner at Carrington Coleman Sloman & Blumenthal in Dallas. “Because of our growth in staff, activities, and influence, now are the right time to bring that dialogue-based, consensus building process to our business operations, in order to best maintain the quality of The Sedona Conference’s unique and highly successful efforts.”
The change in management structure is the result of the success and growth of The Sedona Conference® since its founding in 1997 by attorney Richard G. Braman. The Sedona Conference® offered its first series of dialogue-based conferences in 1999 and, in 2002, formed its first Working Group to focus on an unsettled area of complex litigation – electronic discovery. The Sedona Conference® now has nine Working Groups and presents ten to twelve conferences each year, focusing on “tipping point” issues in the areas of complex litigation, antitrust and intellectual property rights, where balanced, nonpartisan principles, guidelines and best practices will be of immediate benefit to the Bench and Bar.
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