Edited by Andrea Kupfer Schneider and Christopher Honeyman and featuring 80 contributors, The Negotiator's Fieldbook is the most comprehensive book on negotiation available. And the concept that everybody negotiates is increasingly accepted as wisdom. A world in which small manufacturers find their customers and their suppliers on the far side of the globe, in which lifetime stability of employment has been replaced by successive negotiation for new jobs, and in which prenuptial agreements and mediated divorces flank a noticeable percentages of marriages, makes the fact of continuous negotiation more and more obvious. This book pulls together the relevant ideas on negotiation from law, psychology, business, economics, cultural studies and a dozen other fields to provide a context for successful negotiation.In other words, if we create subjective value (they feel good) for the other side, he or she is more likely to want to interact ... This essay has argued the importance of setting aspirations in negotiation and thinking as carefully about our goals asanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Negotiator's Fieldbook|
|Author||:||Andrea Kupfer Schneider, Christopher Honeyman|
|Publisher||:||American Bar Association - 2006|