The University of Missouri’s Center for the Study…
Once you have finished reading the assigned material from Getting to Yes, conduct the 'A Trisolan Map' exercise.
This exercise is designed to help you make the jump from understanding the innovative method you have learned to actually applying it - before you engage in negotiation simulations or in any real-life negotiations you have going on in your life right now.
This exercise has the benefits of being ungraded, and a solo activity (as opposed to the…Continue
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When I heard the reports last week of senators, meeting in a bipartisan effort to open the government, using a talking stick, my first thought was ‘that’s cute’. My second response was a sense of disquiet, which I didn’t know to pin down. It has nothing to do with the method itself – I’ve used talking objects myself; in fact, I’ve used them in working…Continue
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We all negotiate via text messaging.
Perhaps, for some, this only occurs on the fringes of negotiation: a request to move the venue of a meeting, or to correct a typo on a contract. Others may recognize that they have negotiated the sale of a car or a house, elements of a job offer, or even professional negotiations through this medium. Certainly, many of the family-and-friends -related interactions that texts on negotiations use as examples are now conducted via text.
Added by Noam Ebner on January 22, 2018 at 2:20pm — No Comments
Negotiation via videoconferencing is finally gaining steam – but there has been very little written about negotiating successfully over this media.
In this new paper, a chapter in Chris Honeyman and Andrea Kupfer Schneider’s forthcoming The Negotiator’s…
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Always nice when your work gets picked up by Harvard! Below is an article in the June 2017 issue of PON's Negotiation Briefings.
Many of you have participated in the Pasta Wars simulation, and I've shared it, in the past, on ADRHub. Some of you have been kind enough to write (on the Hub, or privately) of your own work with the the simulation. So, I turn to you as I seek to make the simulation accessible by a wider group of educators and trainers.
I know many people have used this Prisoners Dilemma simulation-game in different…Continue
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The Dispute Resolution Section of the New York State Bar Association and the American College of Civil Trial Mediators are proud to announce the inauguration of the NYSBA/ACCTM National Championship Alternative Dispute Resolution Law Student Writing Competition.
A $10,000 cash prize will be awarded to the winning submittal as judged by the Editorial Board of the ACCTM American Journal of Mediation along with select Fellows of the College and members of the NYSBA Dispute Resolution…Continue
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I’ve just shared a new article, Negotiation is Changing, on SSRN. If you negotiate regularly, or teach or research negotiation, you may enjoy taking a look at it.
Over the past couple of decades, we have changed in so many ways. Think about the significant shifts in how you spend your time, interact with others, conduct your business, and engage with friends. Most of the changes…Continue
Gastrodiplomacy is on the rise, and I, for one, want in on it.
People tend to be more positively inclined towards a country after eating its food. As this issue of Public Diplomacy suggests, this has encouraged many countries to intentionally spread their country’s cuisine as part of the cultural outreach practiced by their embassies and consulates.…Continue
The Berghof Foundation in Berlin is looking for a Senior Dialogue Facilitator, for a 24 month period (extendable), starting as soon as possible. More details here:
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After I’ve spent the last two weeks working to draw together the latest research on negotiation and gender, Andrea Schneider comes along and delivers a much better summary and discussion in twelve minutes than I ever could!
Watch this TED talk, and share it with your students!
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This Friday morning, assuming our good friend Mathew doesn’t ground my plane, I’ll be participating in this symposium: http://www.indisputably.org/?p=8371 (Links to an external site.)
Come join the live-streamed portion of this conference, here:…Continue
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I’d like to share an article that recently came out in the current issue of Negotiation Journal; an article that reflects, essentially, the main effort of the past two years of professional work.
2014 was, for me, The Year of the MOOC. Most of my time that year was dedicated to creating a Massive Open Online Course entitled Negotiation: Navigating Professional and Personal…Continue
Added by Noam Ebner on September 16, 2016 at 2:30pm — No Comments
I'd like to share news of this writing competition focusing on negotiation, which is open to law, graduate and conflict resolution students from all around the world.
Good luck, and enjoy!
The University of Missouri’s Center for the Study…
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Covenant House New York (Covenant House) is seeking an Ombudsperson to promote and protect the rights, dignity, safety and quality of care of youth who are in residence or receiving services (“youth”) from Covenant House…
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We're gearing up for the Moving Negotiation Theory from the Tower of Babel Toward a World of... symposium. Part of this gearing is an ongoing conversation of negotiation books and topics.
Check out this compilation of negotiation frameworks posted by John Lande on…Continue
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In the runup to symposium to be held at the University of Missouri on October 7: Moving Negotiation Theory from the Tower of Babel Toward a World of Mutual Understanding, Prof. Rishi Batra explains why the negotiation field needs to be familiar with Samuel Arbesman’s book, …Continue
Added by Noam Ebner on August 26, 2016 at 5:30am — No Comments
See this post by Prof. John Lande on Indisputably, discussing a great conflict book with Prof. David Matz.
This is part of the “virtual book club” discussing readings for the symposium at the University of Missouri on October 7: …Continue
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We're gearing up for the Moving Negotiation Theory from the Tower of Babel Toward a World of... symposium. Part of this gearing is an ongoing conversation of books directly and obliquely pertinent to negotiation.
In this blog post, shared by John Lande at Indisputably.org,…Continue
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