Negotiation (DLMNEGE)

Module Title: Negotiation

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Semester / Term:



1 Semester

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Workload: 150 h

Credit Points: 5

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Contributing Courses to Module:


Self-study: 110 h
Self-examination: 20 h
Tutorials: 20 h

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References to Other Programs:

• Master General Management (GM-120)
• Master Leadership & Management (MLM-60)
• Master Personalmanagement (MPM-60)

References to Other Modules in the Program:

• Leadership
• Change Management

Qualification and Educational Objectives of the Module:

Negotiation, in a nutshell, is the interpersonal decision making process by which resources are distributed or conflicts resolved. Whether on the job, in the market place, or with family and friends, people negotiate all the time.

Understanding negotiation and how it is done successfully is especially important for graduates of this program. The depth and breadth of globalization, the ever-increasing importance of interdisciplinarity, and the steady intensification of competition all make effective (and successful) negotiation more and more challenging.

This module draws on empirical insights from a wide range of academic disciplines investigating negotiation: social psychology, behavioral economics, and legal and management studies. The module provides students with a thorough understanding of negotiation and how to negotiate. The conceptual insights are illustrated by current real-world negotiation examples from a broad array of contexts.

Course Content of the Module:

• The significance and nature of negotiation
• The distribution of value
• Distributive negotiation tactics
• The creation of value
• Value creation negotiation tactics
• The negotiator’s dilemma
• Learning to negotiate

Teaching Methods:

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Prerequisites to Qualify for Assessment:


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Written assessment:
Written assignment (100%)

Oral assessment:
Online presentation (pass / not pass)