1_Notes - NBA 666: Bullard Houses Feedback I believe you...

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NBA 666: Bullard Houses Feedback I believe you guys are excellent negotiators and you were able to pursue your goal very tactfully. You also worked very well together as a team. However, both our teams made mistakes: ours in not being honest because we said ‘we don’t know’ when we did and yours because you were not adamant enough in demanding the details of our plan. I think it’s a good strategy to start at a high price because that means that you have a possibility of getting a very good deal. However, a very unrealistic value can sometime make the other party suspicious of your sincerity and lets them know that you would be very happy to “rip them off.” That being said at least we knew you would not settle for something too disadvantageous to you and this is what my group push myself to my limit. Another excellent strategy I was impressed by: one partner not being happy with the deal even though one was satisfied. Although we had already stretched ourselves to very near our limit so that strategy did not yield any results
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2009 for the course NBA 666 taught by Professor Mellisathomas-hunt during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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1_Notes - NBA 666: Bullard Houses Feedback I believe you...

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