3-d Negotiation: Powerful Tools to Change the Game in Your Most Important Deals

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When discussing being stuck in a "win-win vs. win-lose" debate, most negotiation books focus on face-to-face tactics. Yet, table tactics are only the "first dimension" of David A. Lax and James K. Sebenius' pathbreaking 3-D Negotiation (TM) approach, developed from their decades of doing deals and analyzing great dealmakers. Moves in their "second dimension"—deal design—systematically unlock economic and noneconomic value by creatively structuring agreements. But what sets the 3-D approach apart is its "third dimension": setup. Before showing up at a bargaining session, 3-D Negotiators ensure that the right parties have been approached, in the right sequence, to address the right interests, under the right expectations, and facing the right consequences of walking away if there is no deal. This new arsenal of moves away from the table often has the greatest impact on the negotiated outcome. Packed with practical steps and cases, 3-D Negotiation demonstrates how superior setup moves plus insightful deal designs can enable you to reach remarkable agreements at the table, unattainable by standard tactics.
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ISBN-13: 9781591397991
ISBN-10: 1591397995
Pagini: 304
Ilustrații: illustrations
Dimensiuni: 165 x 244 x 28 mm
Greutate: 0.64 kg
Editura: Harvard Business Review
Colecția Harvard Business Review Press
Locul publicării: Canada

Notă biografică

David A. Lax is a principal of Lax Sebenius LLC, a negotiation strategy firm. James K. Sebenius is a principal of Lax Sebenius LLC, a negotiation strategy firm. Sebenuis is also the Gordan Donaldson Professor of Business Administration and Director of the Negotiation Roundtable at Harvard Business School.