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Cross Cultural in Business Negotiation between America and Japan
 
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Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta Created to fulfill assignment for International Business class. Monica Tiffany 131220101 Anselmus Herisno D 131220261 Elizabeth Ratna Setiani Saputra 131220855 I Made Yoga Dwi Mimba 131220696
Views: 23713 Anselmus Herisno
Business in Japan: Cross-Cultural Negotiations with McGill University's Dr Alfred Jaeger
 
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Negotiating techniques vary from culture-to-culture, and learning how the "other side thinks" can be a key to business success. Dr Alfred Jaeger, of the McGill MBA Japan program, shares his expertise on cross-cultural negotiations. http://www.mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/mbajapan アルフレッド・イェガー博士 異文化間での交渉術 交渉のやり方はその国の文化によって異なるため、どのように「相手が考えるか」学ぶ事はビジネスを成功させる秘訣となります。McGill大学でMBAプログラムを教える、アルフレッド・イェーガー博士が、彼の専門とする異文化間での交渉術について、自身の見解を語ります。 http://www.mcgill.ca/desautels/programs/mbajapan
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Japanese Negotiations 日本風の交渉
 
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A video project for one of my classes, where we talk about what not to do in a Japanese business meeting.
Views: 13389 RyanMcClaskey
Negotiation with Japanese Business People
 
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I am talking about the Japanese Negotiation Style from the cross-cultural viewpoint.
Views: 3377 Shintaro Tominaga
Keys to Successful Negotiation with Japanese Businesses
 
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FOR MORE EXPERT CONTENT VISIT: http://www.docstoc.com/resources/videos Anthony Lojac is the founder of Lojac International (http://lojac.net/). In this video he discusses the Keys to Negotiating with Japanese Businesses. Be very clear. Put things in writing. Pay attention to detail
Views: 5777 docstocTV
Negotiation: Japanese company in Brazil
 
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For our negotiation class we did a video of possible things that could go wrong when a Japanese company enters Brazil. The guys in the hats are the Brazilians.
Views: 11198 Jason Scherr
JAPAN NEGOTIATION
 
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Cette vidéo traite de JAPAN NEGOTIATION
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Shanghai Imitation Market Bonanza!
 
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Today, we bargain for loads of stuff. We grab a couple pairs of Yeezys and NMDs to shirts and other stuff. Come along to the Shanghai Counterfeit Markets and enjoy the bargaining ride! _________________________________________________________________ ♥Support the Hustle! ✔PATREON: Collin Abroadcast (Love you guys, thanks!) https://www.patreon.com/CollinAbroadcast ✔INSTAGRAM: collinabroadcast https://instagram.com/collinabroadcast/ ✔SNAPCHAT: rockafur https://snapchat.com/add/rockafur ✔TWITTER: @CollinSphere https://twitter.com/CollinSphere ✔FACEBOOK: Collin Abroadcast https://www.facebook.com/CollinAbroadcast/ _________________________________________________________________ ►Previous video: Shanghai Fake Replica Market Spree! https://youtu.be/9EvoW4QjCzI -Why are Hostel World's Directions Such S***?|https://youtu.be/2eoUHlDYAxw -BREAKING INTO a London Ghost Town in China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WcPr... -China's Futuristic Malls Placed in Dystopian Looking Cities https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWbKs... - $250 vs $500 Chinese Apartments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjqMR... - The TIME of our LIVES in Thailand's Hidden Backpacking Paradise! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmjF5... - I Have a Score to Settle with Hong Kong https://youtu.be/FJpYnVyAFDo - Exploring Shanghai's TOP 4 Tourist Attractions https://youtu.be/-4jTxOdfMhQ -INSIDE China's Italian Ghost Town https://youtu.be/E8TbOPzpeKc - Shanghai Knockoff Market Adventure! https://youtu.be/I1FhSCKOfhg -Crazy Bargaining in Shanghai's Fake Markets https://youtu.be/XlLIPD6Ujdc - It's More Fun in the Philippines! | Manila's Daranak Falls https://youtu.be/hO2dyAGHxF4 - A DAY IN SHANGHAI https://youtu.be/lDuLjC6uT6o -LOST ON YELLOW MOUNTAIN- https://youtu.be/UJ0eqoZis9s -SHANGHAI'S COUNTERFEIT MARKET https://youtu.be/b85qNMhZz6Y -WHAT CHINESE STUDENTS THINK OF AMERICANS https://youtu.be/j3cwaad6-6s -TEACHER AND STUDENT RELATIONS https://youtu.be/QNbyodv4jls -EXPERIENCE MY CLASS! I take you through a typical day teaching English! https://youtu.be/oHArk6UTMhc
Views: 4870428 Collin Abroadcast
Negotiation Styles
 
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Views: 10643 Nikhitha Niki
Japanese negotiation style: How do we negotiate with them?
 
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Produced by: Jung Soo Kim ID No. S 3618781 Course: SOCU 2264 RMIT Vietnam, Hanoi Campus Published: 28th December 2017
Views: 13 Kim Anh Kim Anh
Japan Cross Culture Sensitized Business Negotiation
 
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Culture Insensitivity can cost millions in lost revenue and also lead to loss of reputation for an organization. Appreciating a country's culture and how it impacts negotiations can lead to successful business dealings and create an environment of trust - critical for a long term oriented culture like that of the Japan.
Views: 9 Keyur Thakore
When Dutch and Japanese Do The Business Negotiation - by Group 2
 
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We are from Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta, IBMP Class, make this video in purpose to complete our International Business' assignment. This group consist of: - Kristania Novevara (131220391) - Viorentina Edgina (131220430) - Lesley Pattipeilohy (157000122) This video will show you what will happen if Dutch do business negotiation with Japanese and they don't know about each other culture well.
Views: 162 Viorentina Edgina
Negotiation between south America and Middle east.
 
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business meeting
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Leonie McKeon - How to Negotiate with Chinese Businesspeople
 
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Leonie McKeon, the Managing Director of Chinese Language and Cultural Advice, discusses effective strategies for negotiating with Chinese businessmen using the same strategies taught by Sun Tzu in his "The Art of War".
Views: 17851 Symposium
Japanese boss (Yamashita) VS American Manager (Michelle)
 
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Cross Cultural Management [Negotiation & Global Partnership, Law, Ethics & Social Control]
Views: 4956 Emily Pang
The Five Styles of Negotiation
 
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Want to be more effective in your negotiations? In this training video, author Elizabeth Suarez discusses the Five Styles of Negotiation. Visit www.facebook.com/TheResultsStrategist for more videos and tips on how to negotiate successfully and deal with conflict. Produced by Denver Promo Studios. More videos at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSbzijdZwnOZfqA9mKfstvw More information about Elizabeth at www.NegotiationUnleashed.com.
Views: 1068 Elizabeth Suárez
Cultural Differences In Negotiations
 
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This video was made by: Bert Appels Sébastien Devos Sven Goesaert Julien Gombert References: http://www.beyondintractability.org/essay/culture-negotiation LeBaron, Michelle. "Culture-Based Negotiation Styles." Beyond Intractability. Eds. Guy Burgess and Heidi Burgess. Conflict Information Consortium, University of Colorado, Boulder. Posted: July 2003 (http://www.beyondintractability.org/essay/culture-negotiation). http://www.edgenegotiation.com/2009/12/cultural-impact-on-negotiation/ http://isites.harvard.edu/fs/docs/icb.topic551848.files/Park%20and%20Kim.pdf http://www.businessinsider.com/how-different-cultures-understand-time-2014-5?IR=T http://www.tcworld.info/e-magazine/business-culture/article/east-meets-west-negotiating-interculturally/ http://iveybusinessjournal.com/publication/negotiating-the-top-ten-ways-that-culture-can-affect-your-negotiation/
Views: 3957 Sven Goesaert
Salary Negotiation: 6 Tips on How to Negotiate a Higher Salary
 
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SALARY NEGOTIATION - HOW TO NEGOTIATE A HIGHER SALARY ➡️ Get your brand new, impressive, Top Notch Resume here: https://topnotchresume.lindaraynier.com/signup ➡️ Get private career coaching from Linda here: http://www.lindaraynier.com/standoutgethired ➡️ Get your brand new, Strategic Cover Letter here: https://www.lindaraynier.com/strategic-cover-letter-workshop/ ________________ In this video, I will teach you 6 salary negotiation tactics on how to negotiate a higher salary for yourself, whether you’ve just received a new job offer or you’re wanting to ask for a raise in your current job. You will learn the salary negotiation techniques that I know work on how to negotiate a salary that is in line with your expectations. There are many salary negotiation strategies, but it takes the right salary negotiation skills to get that bump in pay that matches what the market offers and what you’re worth. The 6 Major Tips on How to Negotiate a Higher Salary include: Tip # 1: Talk about your value - bring up evidence that prove why you’re worth what you’re worth. Tip #2: Do market research - know what the market is paying for someone with your credentials and level of experience. Tip #3. Give a number, not a range - many people are afraid to offend the employers and give a range for what salary they’d be open to. This is not the way to go. Tip #4. Go in with leverage - you want to leverage everything you can to enhance your chances of getting that bump in pay. Tip #5. Time it appropriately - if you’re in a job offer situation vs. asking for a raise, you need to know the right timing on when to bring up your salary expectations Tip #6. Be humble and polite, yet confident. Watch the video so you can learn the salary negotiation skills that I know work to getting you a higher salary. ----- FREE DOWNLOADS: ⬇️ Download my FREE Resume Samples PDF document here: https://bit.ly/2vjNwMM ⬇️ Download a copy of my 10 Ultimate Resume Hacks to Land more Interviews and Job Offers PDF here: https://bit.ly/2JRQR93 ________________ Become part of a growing community with over 3700 other corporate professionals in the supportive Ambitious Professionals Mastermind Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/288240514997485/ Interested in getting personally coached by Linda to enhance your personal brand, advance your career and/or land your dream job? ➡️ Click here: http://www.lindaraynier.com/standoutgethired and fill out the application form. ________________ If you liked this video, please give it a thumbs up 👍 , subscribe, share it with your friends. CONNECT WITH ME: Website: https://www.LindaRaynier.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindaraynier/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindaraynier Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/lindaraynier If you want to learn more about how to make your resume stand out, watch my Resume Hacks - How to Make a Resume Stand Out video here: https://youtu.be/bueXJC5Myow Or if you want to learn how to answer the “Tell Me About Yourself” interview question, watch my “Tell Me About Yourself - A Good Answer to this Question” video here: https://youtu.be/kayOhGRcNt4 Also, to learn more about salary negotiation and how to negotiate a higher salary feel free to watch: https://youtu.be/nFDKoNuzt7I by Recruiter https://youtu.be/twJbXSpTVFA by Ramit Sethi https://youtu.be/Lm7T8vGModU by Ramit Sethi
Views: 651065 Linda Raynier
Comparing American and Chinese Negotiation Styles
 
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Google TechTalks August 24, 2006 Terry Hird, UC Berkeley, Founder of Negotiation-International, has over 25 years of international business and negotiation under his belt. Terry's work as a business owner, consultant and educator has brought him into contact with top business, organizations and learning institutions around the world. He has done business and negotiation in more than fifty countries throughout Asia, Europe, The Middle East, South America, and Africa. To learn more about Terry & Negotiation-International, visit http://www.negotiation-international.com ABSTRACT There is no Chinese word for negotiation. Tan pan translates "discussion or making a judgment". In Chinese a negotiation...
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Cross Cultural Negotiation - Demo
 
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Cross Cultural Negotiation India, Australia by Prasanna, Sid
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Crazy Bargaining in Shanghai's Fake Markets
 
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I show you how to bargain for the best prices in China! The sellers are always hilarious to deal with and navigating the counterfeit markets in Shanghai, China is ALWAYS a blast! We got some great deals on Yeezy 350 Boost, North Face Jackets, Jordan shoes and much more! _________________________________________________________________ ♥Support the Hustle! ✔PATREON: Collin Abroadcast (Love you guys, thanks!) https://www.patreon.com/CollinAbroadcast ✔SNAPCHAT: rockafur https://snapchat.com/add/rockafur ✔TWITTER: @CollinSphere https://twitter.com/CollinSphere ✔FACEBOOK: Collin Abroadcast https://www.facebook.com/CollinAbroadcast/ ✔INSTAGRAM: collinabroadcast https://instagram.com/collinabroadcast/ _________________________________________________________________ ▻ Previous video: It's More Fun in the Philippines! | Manila's Daranak Falls https://youtu.be/hO2dyAGHxF4 - A DAY IN SHANGHAI https://youtu.be/lDuLjC6uT6o -LOST ON YELLOW MOUNTAIN- https://youtu.be/UJ0eqoZis9s -SHANGHAI'S COUNTERFEIT MARKET https://youtu.be/b85qNMhZz6Y -WHAT CHINESE STUDENTS THINK OF AMERICANS https://youtu.be/j3cwaad6-6s -TEACHER AND STUDENT RELATIONS https://youtu.be/QNbyodv4jls -EXPERIENCE MY CLASS! I take you through a typical day teaching English! https://youtu.be/oHArk6UTMhc
Views: 2017802 Collin Abroadcast
Cultural Leardership Meeting (Japanese)
 
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Cultural Leadership Meeting Tokyo (日本語)
Asian Negotiation Tactics
 
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Trailer
Views: 652 Irl Davis
Akio Morita: Comparing Japanese and American Business Practices
 
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Meet Akio Morita, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Sony Corporation, in this 1988 interview from the University of Washington with Upon Reflection host Al Page. Morita offers insightful comparisons of Japanese and American business practices, including the employee selection process and the Japanese long-run view in contrast to the American short-run view. He also discusses American and Japanese competition, the Japanese global outlook, cultural differences and American-Japanese politics.
Views: 45373 UWTV
Negotiation American Style  - Revisited !!
 
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Despite all the political and media hoopla, Conservative Tom reminds us that we still do not have a complete deal with the Iranians. The so called "Final Negotiations" takes place in a few weeks but..... are we really prepared?
Business negotiation of Japan CPCMarketing2/2
 
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“CPCMarketing 2/2 คลิปนี้ใช้ประกอบการการเรียนในรายวิชาการเจรจาต่อรองทางการตลาดระหว่างประเทศ ในภาคเรียนที่ 1 ปีการศึกษา 2559 ของนักศึกษาในรายวิชา ผู้สอน อาจารย์ธนสร กิรัมย์ จัดทำโดย นักศึกษาคณะบริหารธุรกิจและเทคโนโลยีสารสนเทศ สาขาวิชาการตลาด มหาวิทยาลัยเทคโนโลยีราชมงคล ตะวันออก วิทยาเขตจักรพงษภูวนารถ
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Negotiations- Style Module
 
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Emory University School of Law
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Direct or Indirect Negotiations; Japanese; Nobuya
 
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Cultural Interviews with International Business Executives Orlando R. Kelm https://sites.utexas.edu/culturalinterviews
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Asia Business Secrets - Japan
 
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Visit http://davidcliveprice.com to apply for a Free Strategy Consultation on your Asia business. How can the 'art of the stomach' help you in Japanese business? In this video I show you a little tip to help you in business meetings not only in Japan, but also in negotiations in other Asian markets. Presented by David Clive Price, intercultural business expert and bestselling author. David offers training courses, mentoring, consultancy and keynote speaking services to executives, entrepreneurs and corporations who trade with Asian companies and do business in international markets.
Chinese Negotiation Style - Meetings
 
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http://www.YourGuideToChina.com Better understand the Chinese negotiation style when conducting business in China. To enter the Chinamarket and Chinaweb learn China business customs and practices.
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Negotiation, Picard style
 
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Negotiations: Doing Business In Japan #4
 
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Negotiations: Doing Business In Japan We sit across the table from the Japanese side and we assume they are all united and on the same page. That may not be the case. Often the people in the meeting are representing the various vested interests who will be impacted by the deal. Some of them won't want the deal to proceed, because it changes the current arrangements and they don't want that to happen. Don't rely on the cient's side to provide the interpreter for you. Bring your own interpeter and they will be able to give you valuable feedback on how they feel the other side is thinking about your proposal, what are the dynamics going on inside their group, what is the body language telling us, etc. For this you need to brief the interpeter on what you are looking for, because they are rarely business people themselves and won't necessarity know what to be looking for. Don't go in at your best price to be competitive. The Japanese side will see that as a starting point against which they will try to negotiate the price down further. Come in with a good price and always have a trade off between price and other things like warranties, volumes, payment timing, etc. Have your BATNA determined, that is your Best Alternative To A Negotiated Agreement or your walk away position. Don't imagine that by going super low in the pricing you will be able to walk the price back up. It won't happen. That low number will be the number and it won't rise. No matter how much you try to condition the buying side to understand that this low price is a one-off, special, once only offer, they will ignore all of that and just concentrate on the low ball number you have agreed to. Don't tell the other side your travel plans, especially when you are leaving. Time is a negotiating tactic and they have plenty of time on their side. Japanese buyers are risk averse and they feel no pressure. They know you have time pressure to get a deal cut or you go home empty handed and that won't be greeted enthusiastically back at head office. They know all of that, so they will try to use time pressure to cut a deal that favours them. If they ask, tell them it is open ended, no cut off point. Don't book a ticket without the opportunity to change it because you will need as much flexibility as possible to get yourself into a good position in the deal. Also getting a deal on one trip to Japan is unlikely. You may need to make a number of trips to build the relationship and cement the deal. Keep coming back, because this shows your commitment. If you have to walk away, then do so. There are many players here in Japan and they are not all concentrated in Tokyo. You will find sizeable companies in the regions of Japan and there will be good business to be done there with a big player in that Prefecture. You can build a business, Prefecture by Prefecture over time and not have ot event worry about doing a deal in Tokyo.
Doing Business in Other Country - Communication and Negotiation ( Indonesia, USA, Japan)
 
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This is the culture negotiation between 3 countries, Indonesian, USA, and Japan. Enjoy! Our Cast Friskha Derifisharity - 1701310004 Feloesia Suci Aqmarina - 1701353716 Vea V Dzafira - 1701356831 Credit to: Mr. Dwi Nindyas for Drone Jakarta Footage https://www.youtube.com/user/nindyas Drone Fanatic for NYC drone Footage https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAGthy9XLmgrg1oOOmoygpA Muhammad Rizcky for Videographer & Editor https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5fwERsg2jTlO0zfXcxM0KA ============================================ Songs: Depapepe - Start Cold Play - A Sky Full of Stars https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPRjCeoBqrI Chuki Hip-Hop BE - "Stay" https://www.youtube.com/user/CHUKImusic
Japanese meeting style: cultural contrast with the West
 
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Cultural Competence in international joint project meetings. Clip shows Western, Japanese and Indonesian managers, in genuine joint project meeting in Indonesia. We ask the Japanese how such a meeting would be held in Japan: they describe a very different meeting style. This is a clip from a documentary training film on the skills of intercultural communication needed for global business management. What cultural competence and intelligence is needed to achieve optimum outcomes in meetings of multi-cultural teams? For information on the film or on training, visit http://www.cicd.uk.com
Views: 30065 TheCICD
Negotiation Styles (France, Finland & Vietnam)
 
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Video for International Negotiations (IB16 XAMK)
Views: 64 Jane Le
awkward American and Chinese meeting
 
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A short funny video from a school project showing cultural differences. Team mates are obviously speaking Mandarin/Cantonese. It's a joke. Awkward meeting between short-term oriented North Americans trying to do business with long-term Relationship building oriented Asians. lots of other cross cultural blunders like writing on business cards, touching, surprise gifts which Japanese business people do not approve of. Enjoy ! =P
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Negotiation Styles in China and Kazakhstan
 
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This video was made for Intercultural Communication class with William Hickey. Our purpose was to identify cultural differences and their impact on business. Thereby our video is about negotiation styles, where two parties meet each other face to face. In order to define negotiation in both countries (China and Kazakhstan), we analyze cultural values and ways of thinking of each one. To do that our team was deeply researching on their own region. Our biggest advantage was diversity of our group, which let us create the truly story about doing business in each country. Credit: - SolBridge International School of Business: http://solbridge.ac.kr - Me, in Shanghai: youtube.com/watch?v=VVdxcDETlEk - Astana Promo Video: youtube.com/watch?v=vbZ0NA6Gibc - Video was made in Apple's iMovie
Views: 1850 Brian Le Vu
Choose a Style for Negotiating
 
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One of the first things you do when you start a negotiation is determine which style will be used when you negotiate. You can collaborate, using a win-win style, or compete using a win-lose style. Learn how you recognize your counterpart's style and determine which style will be used. With apologies to Carol King, sometimes you win-win and sometimes you win-lose and most times you choose between the two.
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Negotiating in Asia : why relationships matter
 
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Negotiating To Win Negotiation solutions, programmes, and coaching across Asia Pacific.
Views: 250 EverestMotivation
Negotiating Across Cultures
 
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This video provides some guidelines for effectively negotiating across cultures.
Views: 2141 Kris Knutson
Teresita Schaffer on the U.S. Approach to Negotiating with India
 
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The U.S. Approach to Negotiating with India featuring Teresita Schaffer, a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Near East and South Asia at the U.S. Department of State. Schaffer argues that India: (i) sees itself as a unique and historic civilization, (ii) adheres to the idea of strategic authonomy, (iii) does not hesitate to say "no" in multilateral negotiations that compromise its interests. To access more expert analysis on “nuclear South Asia,” enroll in Stimson’s free, open online course— Nuclear South Asia: A Guide to India, Pakistan, and the Bomb—at www.nuclearlearning.org. _______________________________________________________ Welcome to Nuclear Learning, an online initiative produced by the Stimson Center to facilitate the study of nuclear competition and dangers in South Asia. There are few issues as consequential as “nuclear South Asia.” Stockpiles are growing. Diplomacy is not keeping up. Deterrence stability cannot be taken for granted. Stimson’s first open online course, Nuclear South Asia, is available free of charge at www.nuclearlearning.org. Nuclear South Asia is the most comprehensive and diverse collection of perspectives regarding India and Pakistan's nuclear trajectories available online. The course includes video interviews with more than 80 leading practitioners and scholars, including former senior diplomats and military officers from India, Pakistan, and the United States. Nuclear South Asia is divided into seven chapters: • Chapter 1: Introduction to Nuclear South Asia; • Chapter 2: Nuclear History; • Chapter 3: Nuclear Policies and Postures; • Chapter 4: The Global Nuclear Order; • Chapter 5: Nuclear Crises and Crisis Management; • Chapter 6: Confidence-Building and Nuclear Risk-Reduction Measures; and • Chapter 7: The Future of “Nuclear South Asia.” Among the topics covered in the course are: India and Pakistan’s 1998 nuclear tests; the 1999 Kargil Conflict between India and Pakistan; U.S. crisis management; the Indo-U.S. civil nuclear deal; India and Pakistan’s quest for membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group; and China’s role in “nuclear South Asia.” Upon completing Nuclear South Asia, students will be able to: • Understand the factors motivating India and Pakistan’s nuclear programs, doctrines, and postures; • Assess the impact of emerging policies and capabilities on deterrence stability; • Describe India and Pakistan’s positions vis-à-vis the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and other elements of the global nuclear order; • Analyze crisis episodes, management challenges, and confidence-building efforts on the Subcontinent; and • Propose innovate solutions to reduce nuclear competition and dangers in South Asia. • Earn a certificate: students have the option of earning a Stimson-issued certificate, an important credential for academic and professional advancement. To earn a certificate, students must watch the video lessons, complete the quizzes, and pass a final exam. _______________________________________________________ Follow Nuclear Learning on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/nuclearlearning/. Follow Nuclear Learning on Twitter at https://twitter.com/nuclearlearning.
Views: 3582 Nuclear Learning
Negotiation Style of India & Kenya by Bulan Pal & Fidelis Wambui
 
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Negotiation plays an important role in both personal and professional life. This video is an attempt to compare negotiation styles of two countries India and Kenya at a generic level.
Views: 215 Bulan Pal