Staying on top of global negotiation trends and the latest thinking will help drive your own success. Our research reports and articles keep you up to date on what's happening around the world - all delivered with a keen negotiation angle and fresh perspective.
The Negotiation Society magazine: Client-centricity and transformation
What do the Japanese economy, Dragons’ Den, and our senior partner in the Americas have in common? They all feature in this ninth issue of The Negotiation Society magazine. With themes of client-centricity and transformation, it’s a must-read for anyone with an interest in business, life and negotiation.
The continuing impact of Covid-19 on global supply chains: The challenge and opportunity for skilled negotiators
In the new world order that’s emerging post-Covid, we are seeing a perfect storm of limited supplies plus increased cost for items globally produced and consumed. We assess the lasting impact of the pandemic on global supply chains, and the role that negotiation can play in mediating against it.
Our statement on the war in Ukraine
A statement from our CEO about The Gap Partnership's response to the war in Ukraine.
Managing risk in a time of uncertainty
In times of instability and unpredictability, the established patterns associated with business relationships can be severely tested. This may cause significant disruption and negative impact to planned or ongoing commercial negotiations. What can businesses and their negotiators do when faced with uncertainty and the risk it brings?
The Negotiation Society magazine: The global trade issue
This eighth edition of The Negotiation Society magazine has a theme of global trade, reporting on the momentous impact the pandemic has had on the movement and supply of goods throughout the world. As ever we highlight the vital role that negotiation plays when facing into and managing such challenging times.
Collaborative and creative procurement in a world of post-pandemic pain
It's understandable that a natural response to the commercial havoc that Covid has wrought would be to assume a competitive negotiation position. But paradoxically this is the time, now more than ever, for procurement teams to seek collaborative and creative solutions with their suppliers.
5 things employers should remember when negotiating wage increase demands
In these post-Covid times we are seeing inflationary pressure caused by rising commodity prices, as well as increasing wage demands. For companies who are now facing into negotiations with trade unions, there are five simple principles to keep in mind which will aid the discussions and ensure a positive result.
Front-loading decisions means bringing as many decisions forward as possible before they are due. Front-loading decisions is a powerful way to put you and your negotiation team in control of the execution phase of any negotiation. Anticipate potential problems before they arise and define your respective responses beforehand.
The Gap Partnership wins Gold in the 2021 Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence Awards
The Gap Partnership’s online negotiation skills program, The Foundation Negotiator, has won gold in the category of Best Unique or Innovative Learning and Development Program.