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Steve Gates, Founder and CEO of The Gap Partnership discusses managing deadlock.
Conflict in Negotiation
Tesco - How has the UK's favourite retail giant fallen so fast?
Pressure on Tesco in the wake of the £250 million hole in its first half accounts, points to a lack of compliance and governance around terms agreed throughout their negotiations.Read more
9 Key Factors Influencing Internal Negotiation
What are the key factors which influence the balance of power during internal negotiations?Read more
A report in Xinhua – China’s official news channel – referred to a company “whose name starts with ‘M‘”, with identical financial details to Microsoft, as having been fined in back taxes for a case involving the first cross-border tax evasion case in the country.
Yahoo has secured a deal with web-browser Firefox which will make it the default search engine for Firefox in the US. The contract will last five years, and will involve the release of a new design for Firefox – to be released in December.
An insight into how traders ensure they maximise their position through the art of anchoring. By Steve Gates.Read paper
Creating Power through Mapping & Sequencing
An incredibly powerful tool that simplifies complex multi-party negotiations is that of mapping and sequencing. Where power and process provide options and genuinely remove inertia.Read paper
Negotiating Across the Globe
International negotiators are increasingly conducting business across borders and continents. To what extent should they incorporate the differences created by diversity in national cultures into their pre-negotiation planning? By Alistair WhiteRead paper