Tutti i giorni ci capita di negoziare, anche quando non ce ne rendiamo conto. Si negozia con la propria moglie o il proprio marito su dove andare a cena e con il figlio sull’ora in cui deve rientrare dalla discoteca. Il negoziato è il mezzo fondamentale per ottenere dagli altri quello che vogliamo. In tutti i campi – dal lavoro all’amore, dalla vita famigliare a quella sociale, dalla semplice spesa quotidiana all’acquisto di un’auto o di una casa – saper trattare significa ottenere, vincere, avere ragione. Conoscere le tecniche della trattativa significa avere un asso nella manica, un vantaggio nella vita. Ecco perché questo libro è, da oltre dieci anni, un bestseller internazionale e un punto di riferimento per chi, imparando a negoziare, cerca di migliorare la propria condizione.
Gli autori, docenti di Harvard e tra i maggiori esperti di quest’arte, hanno capito che le stesse tecniche insegnate ai diplomatici e ai politici di professione potevano essere messe a disposizione di tutti. Così è nata l’idea di questo libro, destinato a diventare un classico: uno strumento di studio nelle università e un manuale utile e prezioso per tutti i lettori.
- ISBN: 8867005529
- Casa Editrice: Corbaccio
- Pagine: 252
The books okay I guess but a lot of the strategies are so intuitive and the writing wasn't the greatest. Again it's the same thing with all these business books where if you've read one the rest usually don't add anything new but if you haven't read any it could be insightful. These books are usuall Leggi tutto
I attended a class on International Negotiations at the Foreign Service Institute this week and we were assigned this book to read for the class. I thought the book was rather straightforward and I liked the anecdotes. Overall, I think it was a good selection for our class and helped to emphasize th Leggi tutto
“Getting to Yes” is the benchmark by which all other books on negotiating should be judged. Authors Fisher, Patton and Ury have penned a book that has become a classic in its class as their negotiating principles have been used and quoted again and again the world over. “Getting to Yes” is quite dec Leggi tutto
This book is a very useful and detailed guide to negotiating for mutual gain. It’s a mix of theory, application, and examples. The advice is realistic; it says to be optimistic but aware of your limits. As a freelance web designer ( OptimWise ), I negotiate in sales and client relations. I’ve seen thi Leggi tutto
Bad news, everybody: I've turned into a bore. You can tell, because on my first weekend of No Work At All in about six weeks, here I am, reading a guide to negotiation, cover to cover. It's official: I now do CPD for fun. Would you want to talk to me at a party? I wouldn't. Which is kind of a shame, Leggi tutto
After reading "Getting to Yes", I realized the "bottom line" to negotiation is not the most effective approach to get to what everyone wants and its not to see the negotiation game as a win/lose experience, but a way to develop relationships. Similar to playing frisbee and the relationship of marria Leggi tutto
This is a 3.5 for me. Why did I like Getting Past No better? I think it's because I've been told NO a lot more in my life. You want to join the varsity soccer team? No. You want us to hire you? No. You want affordable rent? No. There was a solid trend there for about 15 years. There's plenty of appli Leggi tutto
This book was recommended to me by about a dozen friends, colleagues, and professors before I finally decided to read it. Getting to Yes was a good mix between text book technique and anecdotal evidence in negotiations. It taught me to separate the people from the problem and to strive toward common Leggi tutto
This one was pretty technical. The authors really break down the thought process of having a principled negotiation instead of trying to negotiate either "soft" or "hard." They provide a variety of examples/case studies that emphasize the point. Not going to lie, this was a bit dry, but very good bo Leggi tutto
I read this book years and years ago and then, recently, I was helping to write an article on Asia literacy and how this is treated in the Australian media and one of the things that struck me was how much was written about how Australia would benefit economically from a booming Asia, but how little Leggi tutto
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