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Role Simulations

Role Simulation
Corporate Decision-Making Negotiation Role-Play:

Bunyon Brothers

Mark Gordon, Elizabeth Gray, and Bruce Patton
Three-party, multi-issue internal corporate negotiation in preparation for external negotiation with community representatives
Role Simulation
Family Negotiation Role-Play:

Carter Estate Problem, The

Mark Drooks, Andrew Tavel, Kenneth Hyatt, Mark Gordon, and Bruce Patton
Two-party, multi-issue integrative negotiation between brothers over the settlement of their father's estate
Role Simulation
Public Dispute Negotiation Role-Play:

Chestnut Drive

Bruce Patton and Mark Gordon
Six-party, multi-issue, intra-group negotiation among neighbors in preparation for an external negotiation regarding a local construction project
Role Simulation
Game Theory and Negotiation Analytics Role-Play:

Pepulator Pricing Exercise

Mark Drooks and Mark Gordon
Two-team, scoreable, multiple round, "prisoner's dilemma"-style negotiation between representatives of two companies over the monthly price for fictional products called "pepulators"
Role Simulation
Business and Commercial Dispute Negotiation Role-Play:

PowerScreen Problem

Bruce Patton, Mark Gordon and Andrew Clarkson
Two-party integrative negotiation between the lawyers for business partners concerning the ownership of a new computer program one of them has developed
Role Simulation
Business and Commercial Dispute Negotiation Role-Play:

Sally Soprano I

Norbert Jacker and Mark Gordon
Two-party integrative negotiation between agents for an opera singer and an opera house regarding a possible contract for an upcoming production
Role Simulation
Business and Commercial Dispute Negotiation Role-Play:

Sally Soprano II

Wayne Davis, Mark N. Gordon and Bruce Patton
Two-party integrative negotiation between agents for an opera singer and an opera house regarding a possible contract for an upcoming production, under conditions of full disclosure.

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A practical explanation of how to transition from a deal-maker mentality (focusing on making the agreement) to an implementation mindset (ensuring the deal generates value for your company after the ink on the contract has dried)

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