International Business Negotiation

Credit hour 4
Total number of hours 30
Number of hours for lectures 30

Content

The course will deal with the application and development of negotiation techniques in a variety of professional contexts. Students will explore ways to achieve set objectives while remaining loyal to fundamental issues common to quality negotiation practices. This course will set foundations for negotiation skill development through review of the dominant issues in planning and managing the negotiation process, and by focusing on professional objectives and cooperative problem solving techniques. Students will examine the BATNA and hidden interests in order to reach maximum mutual benefit in the negotiation. Role-play and reflection on successful negotiation practices will highlight class activities and case studies. Lectures and reading materials will supplement the core curriculum of exploration and practice of negotiation strategy.

This class is offered in both the Autumn and Spring semesters.

Calendar

Semestre 2