The book introduces the theory of Urban Design Management. In conventional urban development and planning activities the stakeholders commonly use positional bargaining. This leads to compromises and loss of value that could be distributed among the stakeholders with the help of a mediating architect consultant. Urban Design Management involves mediation among a range of self-interested stakeholders involved in the production of the built environment. Such mediation can encourage a joint search for mutually beneficial outcomes, or Integrative Development. Integrative Development links stakeholders at diverse scales and in multiple contexts. Integrative Development aims to produce more sustainable solutions by increasing stakeholder satisfaction with the process and content of urban development. Urban Design Management is grounded on integrative negotiation theory and case study research. It provides prescriptive advice for city planners, developers, and other key stakeholders, how to practice Integrative Development.