Breakthrough Business Negotiation. A Toolbox for Managers

  • ID: 1205719
  • Book
  • 320 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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"As a venture capitalist, I negotiate every day. Michael Watkins′s book is the first I have found that truly grapples with the complications of real–world negotiations. I am struck by how often its tools and techniques apply to my past and current experiences in negotiation. This book is a powerful tool for anybody who wants to take control and come out on top. I wish I had read it twenty years ago."

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John F. Eckert, founder and managing partner, McLean Watson Capital Inc., and president, Canadian Venture Capital Association

"The best negotiators often seem to be guided by instinct, but Michael Watkins reveals powerful principles that can increase anyone′s effectiveness in negotiation. He lays out a clear framework for conducting complex negotiations so you can ask the right questions and focus on the right issues. He then demonstrates how the framework applies to a variety of real–world dynamic situations. I highly recommend this book."
––Steven Cohen, partner and specialist in mergers and acquisitions, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

"Breakthrough Business Negotiation deserves a spot on every negotiator′s bookshelf. Watkins has written a comprehensive guide that makes the daunting task of negotiation approachable for everyone. It is a rare gem that brings academic rigor to the real world. Even the most experienced negotiator will find much that is fresh and enjoyable here."
––Rob Aiello, managing director, Updata Capital

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PREFACE.

INTRODUCTION.

PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS OF THE BREAKTHROUGH APPROACH.

CHAPTER 1. DIAGNOSING THE SITUATION.

CHAPTER 2. SHAPING THE STRUCTURE.

CHAPTER 3. MANAGING THE PROCESS.

CHAPTER 4. ASSESSING THE RESULTS.

PART TWO: BUILDING THE BREAKTHROUGH TOOLBOX.

CHAPTER 5. OVERCOMING POWER IMBALANCES .

CHAPTER 6. BUILDING COALITIONS.

CHAPTER 7. MANAGING CONFLICT.

CHAPTER 8. LEADING NEGOTIATIONS.

CHAPTER 9. NEGOTIATING CRISES.

CONCLUSION.

SUGGESTED READINGS.

ENDNOTES.

CONCEPTUAL GLOSSARY.

INDEX.
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Michael Watkins is associate professor of business administration at Harvard Business School, where he teaches negotiation and corporate diplomacy. He also has taught at Harvard′s Kennedy School of Government. He is the coauthor ofBreakthrough International Negotiation (Jossey–Bass, 2001),Right from the Start (1999), andWinning the Influence Game (John Wiley & Sons, 2001). He is also an associate and frequent participant in the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.
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