July 29, 2014
Week 4 Assignment
1. What are the objectives of both parties in the exchanges?
The objective for Marilyn is to secure more accounts for her team, totaling $5
million, while Len is trying to hold on to higher acc
UNDERSTANDING THE KEY PARTIES AND THEIR ROLE IN A
General information and instructions:
1. Review text pages 137139 in Chapter 4. These pages cover step 9 in
the planning process, assessing the social context of negotiation.
1.Example Having $ 300today is equivalent to having what amount in one year
Future value= present value*(1+r)
Having $300 in one year is equivalent to having what amount today
Present value=Future value/(1+rate) this is equivelant to over 100 percent
July 19, 2014
Week 2: Field Analysis
1. Who is on my team on the field? (A)
I am representing the Sheriff's department for the county. I will be responsible for negotiating
The purpose of this paper is to discuss my proposal for my class project. In this I want to look at
a personal experience of a divorce I went through. Divorces can be some of the most
complicated negotiations one ever goes through. There are personal asse
Capital Mortgage Insurance Corporation
Identify guidelines that should followed during the negotiation.
Set rules at the beginning to make negotiation safe and reasonable
Find both sides perspective: Set clear and concise short term
Berk/DeMarzo, Corporate Finance
Enter 4 of the items N, I/Y, PV, PMT, or FV in the shaded area below, and the annuity calculator will
solve for the fifth item. The solution will be such that the cash flows shown on line 14 have NPV = 0
Payment per month
8.666% Rate function of excel is used. Minus sign means cash outflow and plus means inflow.
It is multiplied by 12 to make it annualy.
Using Calculator(BA II Plus)