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International Negotiation

2016-2017

Les Masters du Rizomm - FGES ( RIZOMM )

Code Cours :

1617-RIZOMM-BUS-EN-5001


Niveau Année de formation Période Langue d'enseignement 
Année 2Anglais
Professeur(s) responsable(s)
Intervenant(s)Pas d'autre intervenant

    Ce cours apparaît dans les formations suivantes :
  • Faculté de Gestion, Economie & Sciences - Masters du Rizomm - Master 2 International Management - Année 2 - 3 ECTS

Pré requis

Good general knowledge of business, commerce and management concepts. Level of English - B2 minim


Good general knowledge of business, commerce and management concepts. Level of English - B2 minimum. Intermediate facility with business mathematics and accounting. Intermediate skills in Word and Excel.

Objectifs du cours


The aims of the course include:


· Developing an understanding the basic techniques of negotiation including the concept and planning of ‘negotiating ranges’, trading ‘concessions for another ‘concession’.


· Knowing your counterparts in the negotiation


· Creating ,constructing and presenting ‘ proposals’ in different commercial situations with appropriate nuances of English including the use of proposals in questions to determine the ranges of the negotiating counter-party. (In particular – use of conditional grammar forms;)


· Developing ‘bargaining’ skills with combinations of elements to close a negotiation – including the appropriately nuanced English to make ‘offers’ which can be ‘accepted’ thereby creating an agreement/contract. (In particular – use of conditional grammar forms;)


· Encouraging students to work as a team and exploit the individual roles of ‘actors’.


· Improve techniques of ‘summarising’ with paraphrases as a tool for progressing the negotiation.


· Actions post-agreement – confirmations in writing and use of contracts.


At the end of the course, students will be able to:


· Prepare for and research a forthcoming negotiation for a number of scenarios with appropriate documentation.


· Be an effective team member or business representative


· Be able to explain the negotiating plan to a superior or colleague and realise its execution.


· Negotiate and close a deal.


· Initiate and undertake the relevant subsequent actions to bring the results of the negotiation into effect or transfer the project to another function for action (e.g. purchasing department or legal department)


· Use correctly nuanced English for different stages in the process – Opening statement, making proposals, making offers, closing and finalising.

Contenu du cours

Class 1 – What is negotiation? Basic concepts, BATNA,, alternatives to negotiations, categories of negotiation – concepts of positions and concessions. Basic English for Negotiations


Class 2 – Role Play 1 – Second-hand car: each student to both sell and purchase a car to understand the concepts of negotiation ranges, planning of opening positions, use of concessions as a negotiating tool.


Class 3 – English for and preparation of opening statements. Preparation for Case Study including SWOT analyses, building a Table of Tradables and planning opening positions


Class 4 – Role Play 2(Samsung v Scandinavian Sporting Goods) Creating an agency agreement including Incoterms and legal contract


Class 5. Concepts of priorities and values. English for Proposals, use of Conditionals, English for Offers Preparation for Case Study


Class 6 – Role Play 3 – Case Study (Hydra Tech and Bertoni, a Sales Contract)


Class 7 – Role Play 4 – Case Study (Sun and Fun Tours vs Hotel de la Playa)


Class 8 – Role Play 5 – Salary Negotiation or Case ACME Water Pumps and the Nigerian


Class 9 – Role Play 6 – America Auto Corp vs The Mexican Auto Worker’s Union



Modalités d'enseignement

Organisation du cours

Lectures / seminars and case studies

Méthodes pédagogiques


    Évaluation


    Bibliographie

    • ||
      English for Business Communication - Simon Sweeney - Cambridge University Press - Selected Extracts||
      International Negotiations – Mark Powell – Cambridge University Press – Selected Extracts||
      Getting to ‘Yes’, Negotiating Agreement without giving in - Fisher, Ury and Patton – Penguin Books – adapted Case Studies||
      Material from teachers personal experience of business negotiation




     
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