Discussion - The 17 Camels

May 12th, 2015
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If you add that up you have 17 camels… They had one camel left over. They gave it back to the wise old woman. As Ury says in his talk, a lot of our negotiations often look like 17 camels until we step back and take a look at them with a different perspective and come up with an 18th camel. Using concepts from the text, describe a situation where you have had to step back from a negotiation and exercise creativity to resolve the issue at hand. Alternatively, you can describe a situation where you felt that you couldn’t apply concepts of integrative bargaining. This is a discussion question. Response must be between 75 to 150 words but may go longer depending on the topic. Please cite any outside sources.

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Integrative NegotiationsIntegrative negotiations are negotiations between two parties with common gains in the situation and by the success of negotiation; no party loses and yields a win-win outcome. These types of negotiations are used amongst families or parties who wish to build long term relationships for future ventures [Evangeline Marzec (2014)]. There are two types of techniques mainly used in Integrative Negotiations; fix-pie and extended pie. In a fix-pie technique, the negotiation is carried out from the provided resources whereas in expanded-pie method a few creative products are added to the situation to get the desired output. Add-a-pie technique is used in 17 Camels situation where the facilitator added a camel and at the end of the story, it was win-win condition for all sons, old women had gained the respect of a perfect negotiator and also she got her camel ba

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