Handbook of Global and Multicultural Negotiation / Edition 1

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Overview

Handbook of

Global and Multicultural Negotiation

The Handbook of Global and Multicultural Negotiation is a comprehensive resource that offers a wealth of in-depth advice and proven strategies for conducting effective cross-cultural negotiations. Written for people who must negotiate agreements with people from different cultural backgrounds, the book is based on extensive research and the direct experiences of Christopher W. Moore and Peter J. Woodrow—two experts on international negotiation and conflict resolution who have worked in more than sixty countries and with multiple local cultures around the world.

Throughout the book, the authors focus on cross-cultural communication, problem solving, and negotiations. To begin, Moore and Woodrow reveal how people from diverse cultures relate to one another in ways that may hinder effective problem solving, negotiations, or dispute resolution. Next, the authors lay the groundwork for understanding both culture and negotiation and how they interact. The book goes on to provide a detailed process guide for negotiations across cultures and presents strategies for the various phases of the negotiation process. The authors describe how to approach the beginning stage of talks, gain an understanding of issues and interests, generate options, and ultimately reach and implement sustainable agreements—all through a cultural lens. Along the way, they also describe common strategies used by members of diverse cultures and how to respond to them. In addition, this important book is filled with illustrative stories and examples from a variety of multicultural business, diplomatic, development, employment, and interpersonal negotiations.

Step-by-step, the authors show how to become a culturally sensitive problem solver by gaining insights, knowledge, and skills that can transform the dynamics of intercultural interactions, build better relationships, and reach agreements with greater benefits for all concerned.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470440957
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/8/2010
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 512
  • Sales rank: 1,273,628
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 9.40 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Meet the Author

The Authors

Christopher W. Moore is a partner of CDR Associates, an international collaborative decision-making, conflict management, and dispute-resolution systems design firm based in Boulder, Colorado. He has participated in many successful international negotiations and multiparty decision-making initiatives, and served as a mediator and conflict management consultant for over thirty years. He is the author of the book The Mediation Process from Jossey-Bass and numerous journal articles and monographs.

Peter J. Woodrow is the codirector of the Reflecting on Peace Practice Project at CDA Collaborative Learning Projects, based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and a partner of CDR Associates. He is an experienced multicultural mediator, facilitator, trainer, and consultant and is skilled in negotiation, collaborative problem solving, team building, dispute systems design, and conflict intervention. Woodrow is the coauthor of several books, numerous monographs, and articles.

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Table of Contents

Figures, Tables, and Exhibit vii

Preface ix

PART ONE: THE ESSENTIALS OF GLOBAL AND MULTICULTURAL NEGOTIATION 1

1 Introduction to Culture and Negotiation: The Context of Global and Multicultural Negotiations 3

2 The Wheel of Culture 21

3 Strategies for Global Intercultural Interactions 61

4 Cross-Cutting Issues in Negotiation 77

PART TWO: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO INTERCULTURAL NEGOTIATIONS 127

5 The Preparation Stage 129

6 Beginning Negotiations 149

7 Identifying and Exploring Issues 185

8 Cultural Patterns in Information Exchange 221

9 Problem Solving and Option Generation 247

10 Influence and Persuasion Strategies 283

11 Assessing Options 327

12 Reaching Closure and Developing Agreements 347

13 Implementing Agreements 367

PART THREE: ASSISTED NEGOTIATIONS AND THIRD-PARTY ROLES 387

14 Assisted Negotiations 389

15 Facilitation and Mediation 407

References 435

The Authors 449

Name Index 451

Subject Index 457

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