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negotiation

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Transcript of negotiation

in Negotiation Sources of power If there is not enough perceived power,
then use power change tactics. Power Symmetry Exploitation of the small Power Asymmetries Structuralists' paradox Benefit of the small parties Thank you! Dynamic model of
negotiation power 16 Sources of power - summarised by Dobrijevic, Stanisic and Masic(2011) 1. Need
2. Alternatives
3. Time
4. Relationships
5. Investment
6. Credibility
7. Information
8. Skills 9. Elegant solution
10. Legitimacy
11. Commitment
12.Authority
13. Coalitions
14. Intangible factors
15. Material resources
16. Perception Five bases of power Reward
Coercive
Expert
Legitimate
Referent - French & Raven (1959) Conciliatory tactics
Positive manners
Willingness to cooperate

Hostile tactics
Conflicts and pressure Nine dimensions of
influence tactics - Yukl & Tracey (1992) 1. Pressure
2. Legitimation
3. Exchange
4. Coalition
5. Ingratiation
6. Rational persuasion
7. Inspirational appeal
8. Consultation
9. Personal appeal Power-use tactics - Lawler (1992) Improve quality of own BATNA
Decrease quality of counterpart‘s BATNA
Decrease valuation in the counterpart‘s contribution
Increase counterpart‘s‘ valuation of your own contribution Cooperative choices more likely
No tendency of one party to dominate the other
Higher joint gains (e.g. prisoner's dilemma) unequal relationship between the parties who exchange communications.
a relationship between the small and the big, the weak and the strong How is it possible that weaker parties negotiate with stronger parties and still get something? - Olson (1965) - Zartman and Rubin (2000) Dependency
of the stronger on the weaker Clever tactics Threat Chance - + Power Influence & - Yukl& Tracey (1992) Using power in negotiation Power Influence - Kim,Pinkley&Fragale (2005)
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