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Win-win scenarios are generally not the ideal for either party in war or sports.
Sporting events, such as the Olympics, have often superseded the political landscape, offering national pride to the winner, along with boasting rights that may not be possible on the battlefield. With much literature aimed at integrative negotiations, we step back to examine negotiations in sports. In particular, we evaluate negotiations and conflict management styles in…
How Will You Measure Your Life?
Clayton Magleby Christensen (1952-2020) was a renowned Harvard Business School professor, theorist and business consultant known for developing the theory of “disruptive innovation”. Considered the most influential business idea of the early 21st century, his work changed how people in business discussed innovation and approached management. He twice ranked number one (2011 and 2013) by…
To Transcend or not to Transcend?
That is the question… when negotiating. Why? Negotiation is not only an instrument of purpose. It is a purposeful outcome. You will be able to feel that you are doing the right thing; a growing warmth within, putting your whole being at stake. What does it mean to choose not to Transcend in Negotiation? What…
The U.S. Presidential Election and the Future of our Economy
Joe Biden is now the president-elect of the United States of America. Many voters are celebrating this victory, but on the other hand many are not (about 70 million Trump supporters). But the reality is that on January 20th, at noon, we will have a new president of the United States. What does a Biden…
Quantitative Easing, Helicopter Money, and the Coronavirus Crisis
Exceptional economic and financial crises often demand exceptional remedies. It was in this spirit that many governments, fearing another Great Depression, intervened heavily in their economies during the 2007-2009 financial crisis. While the adopted fiscal actions, involving both government expenditures and tax cuts, were quite substantial, they were nevertheless easily eclipsed by the massive levels of central bank monetary interventions. In the United States, for example, the level of…