Video: PON-sponsored negotiation workshop engages Jewish and Arab students in Tel Aviv

PON Staff   •  06/06/2011   •  Filed in Daily, International Negotiation, Middle East Negotiation Initiative (MENI), Videos

In March 2011, Professor James Sebenius, Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, led a negotiation workshop for Jewish and Arab high school students in Tel Aviv, as part of a pilot program co-sponsored by the Program on Negotiation, with support from the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv. This innovative program offered three … Read More 

Video: 2010 Great Negotiator President Martti Ahtisaari discusses the Helsinki Agreement and Aceh

PON Staff   •  05/03/2011   •  Filed in Events, Resources, Videos

On September 27, 2010, the Program on Negotiation presented the Great Negotiator Award to former President of Finland Martii Ahtisaari.

This video shows part of the event, including a discussion with President Ahtisaari on Aceh and the Helsinki Agreement. Joining President Ahtisaari are Harvard Kennedy School Professor Iris Bohnet and Senior Lecturer Brian Mandell.  Professor … Read More 

Video: 2010 Great Negotiator Martti Ahtisaari

PON Staff   •  04/04/2011   •  Filed in Daily, International Negotiation, Resources, Videos

On September 27, 2010, the Program on Negotiation presented former President of Finland the Great Negotiator Award. This video shows a portion of the event, including part of a discussion with President Ahtisaari regarding the final status for Kosovo.

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PON Chair Robert Mnookin Interviewed on Belgian Public Broadcast

PON Staff   •  02/22/2011   •  Filed in Daily, Mediation, Resources, Videos

PON Chair Robert Mnookin suggests 2010 Great Negotiator Martti Ahtisaari as a possible  international mediator who may be able to help solve the ongoing conflict in Belgium. Professor Mnookin notes that bringing in an outside mediator can help avoid “reactive devaluation,” or the devaluing of a possible solution simply because it was suggested by an … Read More 

Negotiation Video of Professor Lawrence Susskind Teaching Executive Education

PON Staff   •  02/18/2011   •  Filed in Business Negotiations, Daily, Resources, Videos

This negotiation video is a segment taken from PON’s “Negotiation Pedagogy Series, Part 2.” MIT Professor Lawrence Susskind uses the case “Teflex Products” to teach an Executive Education Seminar on how to deal with an angry public.

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Video of Professor Sebenius

PON Staff   •  01/14/2011   •  Filed in Business Negotiations, Daily, Negotiation Skills, Resources, Videos

PON Professor James Sebenius answers these critical questions during an interview before last month’s Executive Education classes:

Why is it so important for managers and business people to become skilled negotiators?

Why is preparation and set up so important in negotiations?

Why do you enjoy teaching students in Executive Education courses?

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Negotiating the Gulf Disaster Video

PON Staff   •  01/07/2011   •  Filed in Daily, Videos

In this video, PON Professor Lawrence Susskind discusses compensatory payments made after the Gulf Oil Spill at an event held at the MIT Museum. Click read more to watch the full video on the PON site.

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PON Founders Video

PON Staff   •  10/10/2010   •  Filed in Daily, Resources, Videos

The founders of the Program on Negotiation describe the early days of the field of negotiation and conflict resolution, when scholars in law, business, psychology, anthropology, economics, and public policy came together to share insights on how to help people deal with conflict, solve problems, make deals, and preserve relationships.

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