MGS522 - Negotiation Strategies for Business
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Negotiation Strategies for Business
Being able to negotiate effectively is a key skill for all business people. The course is designed to help students develop negotiating skills by becoming familiar with theoretical, ethical and practical issues. Negotiating requires and understanding of how psychological theory applies to interpersonal communication, application of such knowledge to develop negotiating strategies and practice using negotiating framework. Students will become familiar with using a principled negotiation approach.
MGS522 is an elective Professional subject for business programs.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the principled negotiation method.
2. Demonstrate approaches to managing particular negotiation challenges (e.g. cross-cultural).
3. Demonstrate understanding of ethical issues arising from negotiation tactics.
4. Demonstrate understanding of strategy and tactics of distributive bargaining.
5. Demonstrate knowledge of the negotiation preparatory process.
6. Demonstrate understanding psychology and communication in negotiations.
7. Demonstrate an understanding of negotiation power.
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