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Making Negotiations Predictable: What Science Tells Us

by David De Cremer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 113702478X, Hardcover)

Everybody in business is involved in negotiating internally and externally. The impact of this can have consequences for revenue and profitability, so it is more important than ever to be an effective negotiator for business success. In Making Negotiations Predictable, two global experts give crucial insights into getting it right.

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Everybody in business is involved in negotiating internally and externally. The impact of this can have consequences for revenue and profitability, so it is more important than ever to be an effective negotiator for business success. In Making Negotiations Predictable, two global experts give crucial insights into getting it right.… (more)

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