Negotiation learned by examples

We chose the image of a puzzle, because negotiation is often findthat right piece that matches aspects (at least the most important)desired by the parties. Especially in the cooperative negotiation with a high degree of self-affirmation.

Then you are really negotiating.

Otherwise, we may assign, mediate, prevent the agreement, orforce it.

Schematically, the cases are summarized in the following table:


cooperative surrend negotiate
uncooperative avoid force

/ self-affirmation

low high

But great importance covers the ability to bring out the needs of the other party and manage”, especially in areas culturally different,where we could be crippled.



And, as said the higher experts of negotiation, life teach us to negociate.

So, that’s the reason why we decided to offer you a deepening of Negotiation by film example:

  • Just Go with It (2011)
  • One, Two, Three (1961)
  • The negotiator (1998)
  • One Hour Photo (2002)
  • Planet of the Apes (2001)
  • The hunt for red october (1990)
  • Underworld Rise of the Lycans (2009)
  • World War Z (2013)
  • From dusk to dawn (1996)
  • Dawn_of_the_Planet_of_the_Apes (2014)

Ask the file that contains the analysis by the contact form, ’cause, remember:

In Business as in Life — You Don’t Get You Deserve, You Get What You Negotiate” Chester L. Karrass, Stanford Street Press (1996)


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