Negotiation Television

Negotiation Television - Negotiation Buying a New...

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Negotiation – Buying a New Television The following are four situations that you can use as a basis for your position in this negotiation case. First, discuss the four situations with your counterpart and jointly select the one that you feel is most appropriate relative to your interests. Situation 1: It is Thursday, January 27, at 6:30 p.m. and you have just sat down to watch the national news on your fifteen-year-old 26” television. As you turn on the news, you hear a pop in the back of the TV, and you realize that your old TV has blown up, probably beyond repair potential. The Super Bowl is 72 hours away and you are planning to entertain out-of-town guests for the event. Situation 2: It is Friday, March 28, at 6:30 p.m. and you have just sat down to watch the national news on your fifteen-year-old 26” television. As you turn on the news, you hear a pop in the back of the TV, and you realize that your old TV has blown up, probably beyond repair potential. The NCAA championship basketball game is 72 hours
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