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House for Rent

You have been relocated by your employer to a new city for an assignment that will probably last for two years. You do not want to sell your home – a four-bedroom, two-bath Tudor – so you decide to rent it. A friend of yours in real estate has a potential lessee for you to meet. He is a 30-something single doctor beginning a two-year residency in the local hospital. You have some concerns about a single guy living in your house and taking care of it the way you would, but you agree to meet with him and possibly negotiate a lease. You must address the following:

a. Describe the interested parties and their prospective goals in this negotiation.

b. Analyze the parties’ dependencies and motivations and propose four options in this negotiation so that all parties’ goals are met.

c. Discusses a bargaining behavior of a skilled negotiator that would be most advantageous to you in this negotiation.

d. Explains why collaboration is the only bargaining style applicable to this negotiation, and identify the collaborative goals.

e. Identify if any of the participants entered the negotiations with a cognitive bias. Discuss the implications.

Your paper should be five pages in length (not including title and reference pages). Format your paper according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center, and utilize three to four scholarly sources in addition to the textbook. Be sure to cite your sources within the body of your paper and on the reference page.

Week 2

Buying a House
Imagine you are a public administrator who has just been promoted to a higher position but must relocate to another city and purchase a different home. Using the five distributing bargaining skills, present the steps and various aspects you would consider implementing in buying a house. Be sure to address the following:
a. Analyze the bargaining situation and whether or not it is distributive. If so, determine the reservation price.
b. Present the initial offer you would make and apply bracketing to achieve your target price of $310,000.
c. Indicate and frame the norms you would utilize in presenting your initial offer.
 Your paper should be five pages in length (not including title and reference pages). Format your paper according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center, and utilize three to four scholarly sources in addition to the textbook. Be sure to cite your sources within the body of your paper and on the reference page.

Week 3

Review the Learning Exercise: Unhappy Co-Owners and address the following:
a. Assuming your Best Alternative to a Negotiating Agreement (BATNA) is letting a court sell the property, discuss how it may help you reach an agreement. Recommend other strategies that you could use to accomplish a successful negotiation.
b. Discuss your power sources and your co-owner’s power sources in this negotiation, and analyze how you can strengthen your power position.
c. Propose a logical and an emotional argument to persuade your co-owner to agree to a deal.
d. Describe a nonverbal communication technique that you will use to persuade your co-owner that your proposal is a win-win proposition.
e. Describe a threat you can make that would force your co-owner to make concessions.
 Your paper should be five pages in length (not including title and reference pages). Format your paper according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center, and utilize three to four scholarly sources in addition to the textbook. Be sure to cite your sources within the body of your paper and on the reference page.

Week 4

The Common Driveway Case
After reading Chapter 7 in the text, address the following in a four- to five-page paper that is formatted according to APA style:
a. Explain whether the dispute is at an impasse or not and if any party is experiencing any settlement pressures.
b. Discuss the use of arbitration or mediation if the negotiation between the Wilsons and Greens reaches an impasse. Should they consider arbitration or mediation to resolve their differences? Why or why not?
c. Analyze other hybrid forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that are available and should be considered if negotiations fail to produce a settlement.
 Your paper should be five pages in length (not including title and reference pages). Format your paper according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center, and utilize three to four scholarly sources in addition to the textbook. Be sure to cite your sources within the body of your paper and on the reference page.

Week 5

Withholding Information Case
 Read the Withholding Information Case on pages 193-194 and address the following: 
a. Identify ethical systems that may guide the parties to a negotiation.
b. Examine the substantive fairness of the negotiation.
c. Examine the procedural fairness of the negotiation.
d. Differentiate between concealment behaviors in negotiations that are ethical and those that are unethical among the parties in the negotiation.
e. Evaluate how the parties can learn to create trust in a one-shot negotiation and in a long-term negotiation relationship.
 Your paper should be five pages in length (not including title and reference pages). Format your paper according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center, and utilize three to four scholarly sources in addition to the textbook. Be sure to cite your sources within the body of your paper and on the reference page.

Week 6 Final Paper
 Consider a real life bargaining and negotiation situation that involves two parties and the multiple issues to be negotiated that has already occurred, currently in progress, or will occur in the near future in your personal life or at work. Be sure to address the following:
1. Describe the situation and negotiation environment.
2. Identify the parties (e.g., yourself, the persons on your side, and/or the opposing parties) including the bargaining positions.
3. Present the type of third party intervention and procedures if required, (e.g., arbitration or mediation).
4. Explain how the Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement (BATNA) is derived.
5. Evaluate the theoretical models, methods, sources of power, and analytical procedures required to be utilized in the negotiation process.
6. Examine the mechanics of the procedures in terms of framing, packaging, use of questions, and types of proposals.
7. Assess the strategies utilized and the results achieved and/or anticipated in the settlement.
Writing the Final Paper
 The Paper:
1.Must be 10 double-spaced pages in length and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide. Title, reference, and any exhibits or appendices are not counted in the paper length.
 
2.Must include a cover page that includes:
?Name of paper
?Student’s name
?Course name and number
?Instructor’s name
?Date submitted
3. Must include an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis statement.
4. Must address the topic of the paper with critical thought.
5 .Must end with a conclusion paragraph that reaffirms your thesis.
6. Must use at least five scholarly sources, including a minimum of two from the Ashford University Library.
7. Must document all sources in APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
8 .Must include a separate reference page, formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
9. Must be written in the third person.

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Preview: deal xxxx customized xxxx option will xxxxx party 1 xx buy xxx xxxxxxxx back xxxx party 2 xxxxx a certain xxxx in xxx xxxxxx at x specified price xxxx option will xxxx the xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx rights xxx the property xx party 2 xxx the xxxxxx xxxx time xxx party 1 xxxx get some xxxxxxxxxx liquidity xxx xxxx period xxxxx will help xxx in arranging x new xxxxxxxxxxxxx xxx himself xx the new xxxx where he xx being xxxxxxxxxxx xx At xxx end of xxxx period, the xxxxx 1 xxx xxxxxx whether xx buy back xxx property or xxx There xx x possibility xxxx the party x may have xxxxxx another xxxxxxxx xxxxxx these xxx years and xxxxxx may not xxxx to xxxx xxxx to xxx old home xx that case, xxxxxx can xxxxxxxx xx possess xxx property and xxxx fully own xx at xxx xxx of xxx exercise duration xx the call xxxxxx Since, xxxxx x and xxxxx 2, will xxxx be free xxxx their xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx assignments, xxxx can swap xxx property and xxxxx two xxxxx xxxx the xxxx Option 3- xx party 2 xxxx not xxxx xxxxxx liquidity xx buy out xxx property with x call xxxxxxx xxxx the xxxxxxx can agree xx lease out xxx property xxx x time xxxxxx of two xxxxx This will xx slightly xxxxxxxxx xxxx the xxxxxxx arrangement as xxxxx will be xxxx onetime xxxxxxx xxxxxx than x fixed monthly xxxxxxx However, this xxxxx payment xx xxxxxxx amount xxxx be much xxxxxx than the xxxxxx amount xxxxxx xx None xx the party xxxx any monetary xxxxxxx and xxx xxxxx 2 xxxxxxxxxx to have xxxxxxxx responsibility to xxxx care xxx xxxxxxxx the xxxxxxxx This way, xxx the objectives xx both xxx xxxxxxx are xxx without any xxxxxxxxxxxx Discusses a xxxxxxxxxx behavior xx x skilled xxxxxxxxxx that would xx most advantageous xx you xx xxxx negotiation xxx most important xxxxxxxxxxxxx of a xxxxxxx negotiator xx xx cleverly xxxx out his xxxxxxxxxxx and dependencies.....
Analysis_of_the_Bargaining_Situation.docx (27.73 KB)
Preview: end xx the xxxxxxxxxx price is xxx gain Hence, xx is x xxx sum xx zero sum xxxx One party’s xxxx is xxxxx xxxxxxxxx loss xx this deal, xxxx the parties xxxx push xxxx xx divide x fixed amount xx money amongst xxxxxxxxxx The xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx and xxx seller both xxxx constantly negotiate xx reach xx x price xxxxx maximizes their xxxxx of the xxxxxxxxxxxx ” xxxx xxxxxxxx cannot xx co-operative It xxxx be highly xxxxxxxxxxx because xxx xxxx objective xx this is xx ensure that xxx interest xx xxx of xxx party is xxxxxx CITATION REW65 xx 1033 xx x Walton, xxxxx Many of xxx theorists are xx the xxxxxxx xxxx integrative xxxxxxxxxx is better xxxx distributive bargaining xxxx feel xxxx xx is x much fairer xxx more ethical xxxx than xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx The xxxxxxx disadvantage of xxx distributive planning xx that xx xxxx not xxxxx the interests xx both the xxxxxxx and xx xxxxx happens xxxx only one xx them walks xxxx with xxxxxxx xxxxxxx This xxxxxx also leads xx unnecessary conflicts xxxxxxx both xxx xxxxxxx and xxxxxxxxx there are xxxxxxxxxx when both xxx parties xxx xxxx engrossed xx finding their xxxxxxxxxxx rather than xxxxxxxx on xxx xxxx This xxxx of bargain xx said to xxxxxx the xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx both xxx parties Distributive xxxxxxxx can come xxxxx when xxx xxxxxxxxx wishes xx cash in xx the value xxxx is xxxxxxxx xx the xxxx The basic xxxxxxxxx is to xxxxxxxx the xxxxx xx the xxxx It also xxxxxxx useful when xxx relationship xxxxxxx xxxx the xxxxxxx is unimportant xxxxxxx as they xxx distributive xxxxxxxxxx xx bound xx lead to xxxxxxxx between the xxxxxxx CITATION xxxxx xx 1033 xxxxxxxxxx 2003)Key Components xxxxxx a house xxx be x xxxxxxx example xx the distributive xxxxxx Distributive pattern xxxxxxx encompasses xxxxxx xxxx sale xx furniture, automobile xx in-face even xxxxxx of xxx xxxx is xx umbrella term xxx all those xxxxxxxx where xxxx xxx parties xxxx no aim xx continue the xxxxxxxxxxxx further xxxxxxx xxxx the xxxxx of the xxxxxxx do not xxxx each xxxxx xxx come xxxxxxxx for this xxx endeavor They xx not xxxxxx xxx other xxxxxx relationship ahead xxxxxx from dealing xxx final xxxxx xxx only xxxxxxxxx issue that xx to be xxxxxxx between xxxx xxx parties xx the final xxxxx and both xxx parties xxx xxxx to xxxx.....
Unhappy_Co-Owners.docx (26.58 KB)
Preview: this xxxxxxxx approach xxxx compromise will xxxxx me to xxxxxxxxxx shed xx xxxxxx over xxx property with xxxxx I have x deep xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx Power xxxxxxx and strengthen xxxx power position xxx me xx xxxx as xxx the other xxxxxx the power xxxxxx is xxxx xx the xxxx point Both xxx parties draw xxxxx power xxxx xxx situation xxxx none of xxxx wants to xxx into x xxxxx deadlock xxxxx the court xxx to arrange xxx a xxxxx xxxxx to xxxx the property xxx divide the xxxxx amongst xxxx xx elaborate xxxx further, I xxxx only emotional xxxxxxx and xx xxxxxxxxxx motives xx be associated xxxx the property xx of xxx xxxxxx I xxx afford to xx in the xxxxxxxxx when xxx xxxx hangs xx the judicial xxxxxxxxxxx for very xxxx On xxx xxxxx hand, xxx other party xxx got commercial xxxxxxx so xx xxxxx want xx get the xxxx time value xx the xxxxx xxxx he xxx invested in xxx property so xxx Hence, xx xxxxx source xx the fact xxxx I have xx commercial xxxxxxxxx xx the xxxx side, the xxxxx party’s power xxxxxx is xxx xxxx of xxxxxxxxx attachment to xxx property While x do xxx xxxx the xxxxxxxx to be xxxx at any xxxxxx the xxxxx xxxxx may xxxx it if xxx price offered xx the xxxxx xxxxx sale xxxx his choice xx strengthen my xxxxxxxx in xxx xxxxxxxxxxxx I xxxx have to xxxx expressing my xxxxxxxxx attachment xx xxx property xxx start negotiating xxxxxx on the xxxxxxxx terms xx xxxxxxxx my xxxxxxx I can xxxx as if x also xxxx xxxxxxxxxx interest xx the property xxx I can xxxxxxxxx hard xx xxx the xxxxx deal for xxxxxx The key xxxx is xx xxxx the xxxxxxxx and financial xxxxxxxxxxx of the xxxxx party xxxxx xxx money xx locked in x property from xxxxx he xxx xxxx expecting xxxxxx returns, he xxx alter his xxxxxxx price xxx xxxx out xxx stake to xx if the xxxxxxxx continues xxxxxxxx xx persuade xxxx co-owner to xxxxx to a.....
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Preview: a xxxxxxxxx car xxxxx and the xxxxxx In the xxxxxx situation, xxxx xxx parties xxx find alternative xxxxxxxxxxxx if they xxxx to xxxx xxx of xxx negotiations On xxx other hand, xxxxxxx may xx xxxxxxxxxxxx under xxxxxxxx to settle xxx issue without xxxxxxx anything xx xxxxxx have xxxxxxx in many xxxxx issues which xxx intended xx xxxxxx the xxxxxxxxx from the xxx issue and xxx put xxxxxxx xx the xxxxx and financial xxxx The old xxxxxx may xxx xx either xx the position xx handle the xxxxxxxxxxx proceedings xx xxx costs xx broaden the xxxxxxxx and trim xxx oak xxxx xxxxxxxx Greens xxx very much xxxxxx their rights xx use xxx xxxx of xxx driveway to xxxx their cars xxxxxx they xxxx xxxxxxx to xxxx in the xxxxxxxxxxx They are xxxxxx more xxxxxxxxxxxx xxx handle xxx arbitration more xxxxxxxxxxxx and hence xxx not xxxx xxx heat xx the negotiation xxxxxxxxx even if xxxx are xxxxxxx xx the xxxxx not to xxxx their cars xx the xxxxxxxxx xxxx may xxx lose much xxx can start xxxxx the xxxx xx is xxxx to be xxxxx that even xxxxxx may xxx xxxxxxxxxx be xxxxxxxxxx in the xxxxxxxxx arbitrations and xxx merely xxx xx as x threat to xxx Wilsons The xxxxxxx may xx xx a xxxxxxxx to turn xxx situation on xxx head xx xxxx show xxx inclination to xx for a xxxxx battle xx xxxx out xxxx issue once xxx for all xxxxxxxx it xxx xx expensive xx the outset xxx the winning xxxxx can xxxxxx xxxxx their xxxxxxx from the xxxxxxxxxxxx (Association, (n xxx Discuss xxx xxx of xxxxxxxxxxx or mediation xx the negotiation xxxxxxx the xxxxxxx xxx Greens xxxxxxx an impasse xxxxxx they consider xxxxxxxxxxx or xxxxxxxxx xx resolve xxxxx differences? Why xx why not? xx reach xxx xxxxxxxxx to xxxxxxxx both the xxxxxxx should be xxxxxxx for x xxxxxx and xx ready to xxxxxxx from their xxxxxxxx position xxx xxxx to xxxxxxxx there has xx be something xx stake xxx xxx Greens xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx if this xxxxxxxxx comes up, xxxxx mediation xxx xxxxxxxxxxx will xxxx their own xxxx and cons xx arbitration.....
Withholding_Information_Case.docx (30.08 KB)
Preview: negotiation, xx is xxxxxxxxx to first xxxxx on facts xxxxxx than xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx The xxxxx party should xxxx be able xx cross xxxxx xxx facts xxxxxxxxx by the xxxxxxxxxxx party This xxxxxxx argument xxx xxxxxxxxxxxx of xxxxxxxxx information will xxxxxx give the xxxxx party xx xxxxxxxx sense xx trust This xxxxxx is especially xxxx effective xx xxx one xxxx negotiations On xxx other hand, x long xxxx xxxxxxxxxxx relationship xxxxxxx that the xxxxxxxxxxx parties also xxxxxxx some xxxx xxxx off-the-table xxxxxxx For example, xxxx reference to xxx present xxxxx xxx outcome xx the negotiation xxxx depend on xxx long xxxx xxxxxxx relationship xxxx the employees xxx the employer xxxx developed xxxxxxx xxx negotiation xx put it xx other words, xxx trust xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx is xxx developed merely xx the negotiation xxxxx It xxxx xxxx lot xx human behaviors xxxxx are not xxxxxxx in xxx xxxxx on xxxxxxxxxxx Another important xxx is to xxxxx unilateral xxxxxxxxxxx xxx concessions xxxx you are xx the negotiation xxxxx Simply xxxx xxx every xxxxxx of negotiation xxxxxx be determined xx the xxxxx xx the xxxxxx system There xxxx to be xxxx aspects xx xxx negotiation xxxxx are not xxxxxx calculative and xxxx other xxxx xxx feeling xxxx we are xxx selfish but xxxxxxxxx for x xxxxxxxx beneficial xxxxxxxxxxx In the xxxxxxx case, the xxxxxxxx can xxxxxxxxxxx xxx concerns xx the employees xxx offer them xxxx other xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx if xxxx choose to xxxx for the xxxx of xxx xxxxxxxxx cover xx can also xxxx some time xx make xxxx xxxxxxxxxx the xxxxxxxx scenario and xxx offer them xxxx significant xxxxxxxxx xxxxx future xxxxxxxx if the xxxxxxxx margins improve xxxx words xxx xxxx in xxxxxxxxxx the bonding xxxx the employees xxxxx can xx xxxxxxxx to xxx success of xxx negotiation It xx also xxxxxxxxx xx label xxxxx unilateral concessions xxxxxxx Otherwise, the xxxxx party xxx xxxxx that xxx are offering xxxxx concessions because xxx believe xxxx xx is xxx possible for xxx to move xxxxx in.....
Bargaining_Situation.docx (33.4 KB)
Preview: not xxxxxxxxxxxxx it xxxx becomes a xxxxxxxx task in xxxxxxxxxxx the xxxxxx xx people xxx may have xxxx killed as x collateral xxxxxx xx the xxxxx strikes that xxx United States xxxxxxx out xx xxxxxxxxx territory xxxxxxxx Jon13 \l xxxx (Rogers, 2013) xx is xxxxxxxxx xxxx 407 xx 926 civilians xxxx been killed xxxxx 2004 xx xxxxxxxxx territory xxx the Pakistani xxxxxxxxxx suggests a xxxxxxxxx number xxxxxxx xxx and xxx The United xxxxxx federal government xxx refused xx xxxxx the xxxxxxxxxxx regarding the xxxx and stated xxxx the xxxxxxxx xxxxxx were xxxxxxxxxx information Additionally, xxxx the United xxxxxx government xxxx xxx release xxxx on the xxxxxxxx which have xxxx killed xxx xx the xxxxx attacks also xxxxx it difficult xxx the xxxx xxxxxxxx to xxxxxxx compensation for xxx same and xxxxxxxxx the xxxxx xxx become xxxx more pressing xxxxx has forced xxx to xxxx xx up xxxx the authorities xx the United xxxxxxx Security xxxxxxx xxxxxxxx Rit xx 1033 (Singh) xxx drone strikes xxxxx with xxx xxxxxxx that xxx United States xxxxxxxxxx has engaged xx has xxxxxxx xx atmosphere xx anxiety about xxx said attacks xxxx citizens xxx xxxxxx to xxxxx out regarding xxx atrocities carried xxx by xxx xxxxxx States xxxxxxx that they xxxxx be linked xx the xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx and xxxxx suffer death xx the hands xx the xxxxxx xxxxxx federal xxxxxxxxxx as well xxxxxxxx Mar13 \l xxxx (Memmott, xxxxx xxx United xxxxxx need to xxxx in order xx make xxx xxxxx public xxx provide legal xxxxxxxxxxxxx regarding the xxxxx strikes xxxxxxx xxx and xxxx it more xxxxxxxxxxx and also xxxxxxxx investigations xxxx xxx cases xxxxx it has xxxx claimed that xxxxxxxx lives xxxx xxxx The xxxxxxxxxxxxx community should xxxxxxx the drone xxxxxxx in xxx xxxxxxx state xxx the united xxxxxx along with xxx allies xxxx xx fall xx line with xxxxxxxxxxxxx law But xxx picture xx xxx very xxxxx as to xxxx can be xxxx to xxxx xxx program xxxx transparent and xxxxxx States to xxxxxx the xxx xxxxxx The xxxxxx States has xxxxxxxx excuses regarding xxx publishing xx xxx said xxxxxxxxxxx saying that xxxx information could xxxxxxxxxx national xxxxxxxx xxx that xxxx feel that xx is necessary xxx the xxxxxx xxxxxx to xxxx such information xxxxxxxxxxxx CITATION Maj97 xx 1033 xxxxxxxx xxxxx The xxxxx drone attack xxxx was carried xxx took xxxxx xx November xxxx in the xxxxxxx of Dhok xx South xxxxxxxxxxx xxxx the xxxx of the xxxxxxxxx military and xx attack xxxxxx xxxxxxx commander xxx Mohammad, three xx his close xxxxxxxxxx and xxx xxxxx boys xxxxx Irfan Wazir xxx Zaman Wazir, xx and x xxxxx old xxxxxxxxxxxx CITATION Pau04 xx 1033 (Norman, xxxxx When xxxxxx xxxx was xx power, the xxxxxxx government of xxx United xxxxxx xxxxxxxxx that xxxx certain individuals xxxxx information on xxxxxxxxxxx were xxxxxxxxx xxxx targeted xxxxxxx the drone xxxxxxx However, after xxxxxx Obama xxxx xx power xx January 2009, xxx usage of xxxxx strikes xxxx xxxxxxxxx significantly xxx the assassination xx terrorist.....
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