Creativity in dispute resolution usually happens behind closed doors, but here's an example of imaginative thinking within CEDR's home at London's International Dispute Resolution Centre.    For this is the sign that confronts visitors when they pass through the reception area towards the lifts.

Why the unusual layout?  Well, when you need it you'll get the point.  For this sign is next to the door to the lift, so it makes little sense when you come into the building, but when people go home at night, no doubt worn out after a long day's mediating, they forget whether to turn left or right as they come out of the lift.  But directly in front of them is a mirrored wall, and in that mirror they can see - and read - the sign.

Simple but brilliant.