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Teaching negotiation online -- Part 2: Getting started
Noam Ebner, Lorianne Mitchell, Jennifer Parlamis & Roy Lewicki, Teaching Negotiation Online -- Part 2: Getting Started, Signal (Int'l Ass'n of Conflict Mgmt., Ann Arbor, Mich.), May 2014, at 12.
This article is the second segment of a two-part series discussing teaching negotiation online. As higher education increasingly incorporates technology in the classroom and embraced online learning, the question arises ...
Teaching negotiation online -- Part 1: Challenges and opportunities
Lorianne Mitchell, Jennifer Parlamis, Roy Lewicki & Noam Ebner, Teaching Negotiation Online -- Part 1: Challenges and Opportunities, Signal (Int'l Ass'n of Conflict Mgmt., Ann Arbor, Mich.), Nov. 2013, at 20.
This article is the first segment of a two-part series discussing teaching negotiation online. As higher education increasingly incorporates technology in the classroom and embraced online learning, the question arises of ...
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).
ODR: The next green giant
Noam Ebner & Colleen Getz, ODR: The Next Green Giant, 29 Conflict Resol. Q. 283 (2012).
The worlds of government and business, as well as individual preferences, are moving towards incorporating environmentally-friendly practices. Dispute resolution, just as every other human endeavor, has environmental impact. ...
Negotiation via (the new) email
Noam Ebner, Negotiation via (the New) Email, in Negotiation Excellence: Successful Deal Making 407 (Michael Benoliel ed., 2d ed. 2015), reprinted in Negotiation: Readings, Exercises & Cases 188 (Roy J. Lewicki, David M. Saunders & Bruce Barry eds., 7th ed. 2015), and in Jay Folberg & Dwight Golann, Lawyer Negotation: Theory, Practice and Law 156 (3d ed. 2016).
While certainly one of the most familiar modes for online communication, email is a constantly shifting entity. This chapter explores common pitfalls encountered in negotiating via email as well as advantages the medium ...
Black box of student evaluation: Course participation
Noam Ebner & Yael Efron, The Black Box of Student Evaluation: Course Participation, in Assessing Our Students, Assessing Ourselves 81 (Noam Ebner, James Coben & Christopher Honeyman eds., 2012).
Course participation is definitely at the "subjective" end of the subjective-to-objective scale of possible assessment methods. It may be surprising, therefore, that so subjective a measure is almost universally a part of ...
Assessing the adventure
Sharon Press, Noam Ebner & Lynn P. Cohn, Assessing the Adventure, in Assessing Our Students, Assessing Ourselves 189 (Noam Ebner, James Coben & Christopher Honeyman eds., 2012).
A significant series of prior writings in the Rethinking Negotiation Teaching project has focused on adventure learning. Here, the authors tackle a knotty series of assessment problems which adventure learning creates. ...
ODR and interpersonal trust
Noam Ebner, ODR and Interpersonal Trust, in Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice: A Treatise on Technology and Dispute Resolution 203 (Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab, Ethan Katsch & Daniel Rainey eds., 2012).
Interpersonal trust is a necessary element for successful negotiation and mediation process. Conducting those processes online, however, necessitates navigating an environment in which trust is significantly diminished. ...