18 August 2017
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Cross-Cultural Negotiations East/West
deal with foreignness, ambiguity, and different learning and working styles.
This course examines the key features of integrative and distributive negotiations, such as BATNA (Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement), Bottom Line (Reservation Point) and creating options. We will focus on issues of ethics and trust, difficult people and circumstances, problem solving and creativity, multi-party negotiations and team negotiations–and how these issues are further complicated when negotiating in a cross-cultural context.
Further the course will focus on negotiations in Asian countries and compare cultural aspects of negotiation between Europe and Asia.
The learning environment is interactive and experiential, and includes open discussion, negotiation simulations, the opportunity to analyze and evaluate outcomes to the simulations and direct instructor feedback.
graduate/postgraduate students and professionals
Course Learning Objectives
• Get an understanding of negotiation theories across cultures
• Develop an awareness of how culture influences problem solving and negotiation
• General strategy for successful negotiation
• Improve the abilities to negotiate successfully
• Apply problem solving skills and creative thinking towards cross-cultural negotiations
• Ability to apply negotiation tools effectively in Asia and Europe
• Demonstrate proper preparation for a negotiation
• Recognize the effects of trust, reputation and relationship on negotiation
• Prepare for complexities of cross-cultural negotiations
Participants will receive a certificate of participation at the end of the summer school and all necessary documentation to validate the course at their home university.
EUR 600: This is the reduced fee for students.Register for this course
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