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Ore wars: Deciding on tactics
Noam Ebner, Ore Wars: Deciding on Tactics, in The 2010 Pfeiffer Annual: Training (Elaine Biech ed., 2010).
Ore Wars is a scoreable, iterated, prisoner's dilemma-style negotiation between representatives of two planets over the monthly price for the rare mineral their planets produce. It is specifically designed to be used with ...
Noam Ebner, Live8, in Negotiation: Readings, Exercises and Cases 520 (Roy J. Lewicki, David M. Saunders & Bruce Barry eds., 6th ed. 2010).
The Live8 simulation-game is an educational tool for training in online negotiation. Designed for to be used at the intermediate level, it provides a setting for negotiation skills, business considerations, cultural ...
You've got agreement: Negoti@ting via email
Noam Ebner, Anita D. Bhappu, Jennifer Gerarda Brown, Kimberlee K. Kovach & Andrea Kupfer Schneider, You've Got Agreement: Negoti@ting via Email, in Rethinking Negotiation Teaching: Innovations for Context and Culture 89 (Christopher Honeyman, James Coben & Giuseppe De Palo eds., 2009), reprinted in The Secrets of Gaining the Upper Hand in High Performance Negotiations 81 (Manon Schonewille & Felix Merks eds., 2011).
Astonishing amounts of negotiation are now conducted by e-mail - often with scant regard for underlying strategy, or even common courtesy. The authors unpack why this happens, and propose methods that will better prepare ...
Negotiation via email
Noam Ebner, Negotiation via Email, in Negotiation Excellence: Successful Deal Making 397 (Michael Benoliel ed., 2011).
Increasingly, negotiation interactions are taking place through channels other than face-to-face meetings. Negotiators find themselves engaging through e-communication channels -- primarily e-mail. The communication channel ...
Noam Ebner & Kimberlee K. Kovach, Simulation 2.0, 1 Negotiation: Chinese-Eng. J. on Managing Conflict 69 (2011).
Fairness, trust and security in online dispute resolution
Noam Ebner & John Zeleznikow, Fairness, Trust and Security in Online Dispute Resolution, Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y, 2015 no. 2, at 143.
The past fifteen years have witnessed immense growth in the application of technology in the field of conflict resolution. One area of particular interest is the growth of the practice and study of Online Dispute Resolution ...
Noam Ebner, E-Mediation, in Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice: A Treatise on Technology and Dispute Resolution 357 (Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab, Ethan Katsch & Daniel Rainey eds., 2012).
Online mediation is spreading rapidly as a mode of practice. In this chapter, Ebner surveys the development of e-mediation within the wider context of ODR growth. Next, the chapter presents a snapshot of the field's status ...
Simulation design for learning and assessment
Noam Ebner & Daniel Druckman, Simulation Design for Learning and Assessment, in Assessing Our Students, Assessing Ourselves 139 (Noam Ebner, James Coben & Christopher Honeyman eds., 2012).
In previous work in this series, Ebner and Druckman have analyzed the widely assumed (but surprisingly unproven) benefits of role-plays, and concluded that students learn more from designing role-plays than from playing ...
Evaluating our evaluation: Rethinking student assessment in negotiation courses
Noam Ebner, Yael Efron & Kimberlee K. Kovach, Evaluating Our Evaluation: Rethinking Student Assessment in Negotiation Courses, in Assessing Our Students, Assessing Ourselves 19 (Noam Ebner, James Coben & Christopher Honeyman eds., 2012).
Surveying the history of the first thirty years of assessment of negotiation students, the authors find a great deal of creativity, but also a great deal of illogic. To set the stage for the detailed chapters which follow, ...
Pop quiz: Do you use this evaluation method?
Noam Ebner & Yael Efron, Pop Quiz: Do You Use This Evaluation Method?, in Assessing Our Students, Assessing Ourselves 43 (Noam Ebner, James Coben & Christopher Honeyman eds., 2012).
Some things should never go out of style. In the midst of an impressive array of new tools, Ebner and Efron argue that there is still a role for a surprisingly basic tool which has been underused in our field. The quiz is ...