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2074509_677093777_ProjectsNegotiationandConflict.pdf

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P ROJECTS N EGOTIATION AND C ONFLICT R EPORT N AME OF P ROJECT E NTER YOUR NAME WITH STUDENT ID P AGE 1 PPMP20011 Projects Negotiation and Conflict Report 1 P ROGRAM I NFORMATION Program Name: Queensland Health Payroll Program Date: Date of the current Projects Negotiation and Conflict Report Project Ownership: Area responsible for the project Prepared by: Name and project position Distribution List: List of those receiving the report The Projects Negotiation and Conflict Report is a communication tool that is used as the basis for managing negotiation, identifying conflict areas and stakeholder engagement. Peña-Mora and Tamaki (2001) provide a model (p. 106) described as a “Generic Negotiation Model”. In their model they identify that there are five basic elements: (1) the project; (2) the participants; (3) the negotiation interaction process; (4) the collaborative negotiation methodology; and (5) the outcome. These five elements have been used to create this report. You should complete each of the sections below regarding: 1. Program Information 2. The Projects 3. The Participants 4. The Negotiation Interaction Process 5. The Negotiation Methods 6. The Outcome This report is based on the contents of Peña-Mora F., and Tamaki T. 2001 . Effect of Delivery Systems on Collaborative Negotiations for Large -Scale Infrastructure Projects ; Alfredson T., & Cungu A. 2008. Negotiation Theory and Practice ; Walker and Walker 2015 Collaborative Project Procurement Arrangements ; Directing plus Managing Successful Projects with PRINCE2 (2009); A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) 5 th Edition (2013); and Kerzner Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling and Controlling (2013). Please complete this report for the Recommendations (p. 9 & 36-38) contained in the KPMG 2012 Review of the Queensland Health Payroll System . Guidance boxes like this should be deleted when you have finished with the contents: position the cursor on the border, left click when a cross appears and press delete.
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