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Cross Cultural in Business Negotiation between America and Japan
 
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Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta Created to fulfill assignment for International Business class. Monica Tiffany 131220101 Anselmus Herisno D 131220261 Elizabeth Ratna Setiani Saputra 131220855 I Made Yoga Dwi Mimba 131220696
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Negotiation American Style  - Revisited !!
 
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Despite all the political and media hoopla, Conservative Tom reminds us that we still do not have a complete deal with the Iranians. The so called "Final Negotiations" takes place in a few weeks but..... are we really prepared?
Comparing American and Chinese Negotiation Styles
 
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Google TechTalks August 24, 2006 Terry Hird, UC Berkeley, Founder of Negotiation-International, has over 25 years of international business and negotiation under his belt. Terry's work as a business owner, consultant and educator has brought him into contact with top business, organizations and learning institutions around the world. He has done business and negotiation in more than fifty countries throughout Asia, Europe, The Middle East, South America, and Africa. To learn more about Terry & Negotiation-International, visit http://www.negotiation-international.com ABSTRACT There is no Chinese word for negotiation. Tan pan translates "discussion or making a judgment". In Chinese a negotiation...
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Negotiation Project : the American Style (Team Ouinners - G2 Raleigh)
 
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Cette vidéo traite de NEGOTIATION PROJECT 1
Views: 83 Amir Boutayeb
Donald Trump's negotiation style
 
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What is U.S. President Donald Trump's negotiation style? Glen Whyte from the University of Toronto explains the "mythical fixed pie" style of negotiating and what it means for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and NAFTA. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4579792 »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1WjDyks Follow CBC News on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Z0iE7O Download the CBC News app for iOS: http://apple.co/25mpsUz Download the CBC News app for Android: http://bit.ly/1XxuozZ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» For more than 75 years, CBC News has been the source Canadians turn to, to keep them informed about their communities, their country and their world. Through regional and national programming on multiple platforms, including CBC Television, CBC News Network, CBC Radio, CBCNews.ca, mobile and on-demand, CBC News and its internationally recognized team of award-winning journalists deliver the breaking stories, the issues, the analyses and the personalities that matter to Canadians.
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What Is Your Negotiation Style?
 
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Do you know that everyone has a default negotiation style? Do you wonder what yours is? Watch this video to learn more about the 5 fundamental negotiation styles and when to use them.
Global negotiation style versus American negotiation style
 
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Global negotiation style versus American negotiation style
awkward American and Chinese meeting
 
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A short funny video from a school project showing cultural differences. Team mates are obviously speaking Mandarin/Cantonese. It's a joke. Awkward meeting between short-term oriented North Americans trying to do business with long-term Relationship building oriented Asians. lots of other cross cultural blunders like writing on business cards, touching, surprise gifts which Japanese business people do not approve of. Enjoy ! =P
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Negotiation Simon Hazeldine Negotiation Style and Negotiation Power.mov
 
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Negotiation and selling expert Simon Hazeldine http://www.simonhazeldine.com bestselling author of "Bare Knuckle Selling", "Bare Knuckle Negotiating", "Bare Knuckle Customer Service" and "The Inner Winner" discusses the importance of choosing the correct negotiation style and approach and the importance of remembering your power analysis in this short clip from his "Bare Knuckle Negotiating" DVD which is available at http://www.bareknucklebiz.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcuIlRl_7m0&feature=g-upl&context=G2a428b8AUAAAAAAAEAA
Views: 192 Simon Hazeldine
International negotiation vs USA negotiation style
 
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International negotiation vs USA negotiation style
Sharon King on Identifying Your Style of Negotiation
 
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Sharon King is leading expert in the field of an emotional intelligence and communication skills. She works with organisations and individuals (through coaching and customised workshops) to unlock their personal leadership potential: www.keysteps.co.za and www.sharonking.co.za.
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5 Keys to Cross Cultural Negotiating Success
 
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Cross Cultural Negotiation - it's complicated but not difficult to do. Here are 5 keys to get you started.
Views: 13 Flash MBA
Chinese Negotiation Style - Talking Business
 
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http://www.YourGuideToChina.com Conducting business in China you should be aware of China business customs and practices. Visit our website to learn 3 habits to help you succeed in China.
Views: 2069 YourGuideToChina
Lesson in Negotiation: The Louisiana Purchase
 
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In 1803 the U.S. negotiated probably the best real estate deal in history, taking advantage of Napoleon's need for cash to fund his European expansion. Fredrik Stanton: The Louisiana Purchase not only was probably the best real estate deal in history, it was also one of the formative events in American History, and it really defined the country as we know it today. France owned the Louisiana Territories, which was a vast expanse of wilderness at that point along the banks of the Mississippi River and extending all the way to the Rockies and beyond.  It was about 800,000 square miles of territory. The United States was very concerned because the Port of New Orleans, through which half of America's trade flowed out as a port of entry from the Mississippi had been cut off to the Americans. It sent America into its first major crisis since the Revolution. Napoleon sold it to the United States because he was worried that he might lose it anyway if a war broke out with the British, which imminent and eventually happened. The U.S. bought the Louisiana Territories for $15 million. And it forms the basis for the majority of our states today.  Question: What lesson does this teach us about everyday negotiations? Fredrik Stanton: The United States was aware that France and Napoleon was about to go to war with England. He needed money for the war and he was worried that he would lose Louisiana anyway. So the American negotiator successfully used this to their advantage and one of the lessons we can draw from that is, if you understand what motivates the person on the other side of the table from you, whether in a real estate negotiation or a business negotiation, you will discover factors that don't involve you directly, but that push the other side under pressure to make a deal or provide leverage that you can use. For instance, if you're buying a house, you may discover that the other side is selling the house because the family has gotten a new job elsewhere and needs to move by a certain date. That gives you leverage in a negotiation because they're under pressure to sell. There maybe other factors that are involved, but if they have to sell, then that gives you additional leverage that you can use to lower the price, to improve the terms, to do any number of things.  Recorded January 18,2011Interviewed by Max MillerDirected by Jonathan FowlerProduced by Elizabeth Rodd   Fredrik Stanton: The Louisiana Purchase not only was probably the best real estate deal in history, it was also one of the formative events in American History, and it really defined the country as we know it today. France owned the Louisiana Territories, which was a vast expanse of wilderness at that point along the banks of the Mississippi River and extending all the way to the Rockies and beyond.  It was about 800,000 square miles of territory. The United States was very concerned because the Port of New Orleans, through which half of America's trade flowed out as a port of entry from the Mississippi had been cut off to the Americans. It sent America into its first major crisis since the Revolution. Napoleon sold it to the United States because he was worried that he might lose it anyway if a war broke out with the British, which imminent and eventually happened. The U.S. bought the Louisiana Territories for $15 million. And it forms the basis for the majority of our states today.  Question: What lesson does this teach us about everyday negotiations? Fredrik Stanton: The United States was aware that France and Napoleon was about to go to war with England. He needed money for the war and he was worried that he would lose Louisiana anyway. So the American negotiator successfully used this to their advantage and one of the lessons we can draw from that is, if you understand what motivates the person on the other side of the table from you, whether in a real estate negotiation or a business negotiation, you will discover factors that don't involve you directly, but that push the other side under pressure to make a deal or provide leverage that you can use. For instance, if you're buying a house, you may discover that the other side is selling the house because the family has gotten a new job elsewhere and needs to move by a certain date. That gives you leverage in a negotiation because they're under pressure to sell. There maybe other factors that are involved, but if they have to sell, then that gives you additional leverage that you can use to lower the price, to improve the terms, to do any number of things.  Recorded January 18,2011Interviewed by Max MillerDirected by Jonathan FowlerProduced by Elizabeth Rodd
Views: 1267 Big Think
Negotiating Tactics
 
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In seven minutes Derek describes a very dirty negotiation tactics that was played on him and his client in Paris and nine other common tactics that you need to understand when you are negotiating
Views: 25625 Derek Arden
Chinese Negotiation Style - Introduction
 
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Chinese Negotiation Style. An introduction to negotiating with the Chinese when doing business in China. For more info: http://www.ChineseNegotiationStyle.com
Views: 337 YourGuideToChina
Chinese Negotiating Styles -  Avoiders
 
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ChinaSolved continues its Chinese Negotiating Styles series by taking a look at a common Chinese negotiating type -- the Avoiders. Westerners doing business in China -- or negotiating with Chinese counterparties in home markets -- have to get used to avoiding behaviors and tactics. Americans tend to view avoiders as weak or ineffective negotiators -- but Chinese businessmen are adept at using avoidance to win concessions.
Views: 879 China Solved
French-American negotiation (caricature)
 
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MBA Assignment
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10 Tips on Arab Culture for Successful Business in the Middle East
 
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For executives who are looking to build business in the Middle East or professionals looking to move their career or job search to the Arab World, this video gives you a simple overview of Arabic Business Culture in 4 minutes.
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Leonie McKeon - How to Negotiate with Chinese Businesspeople
 
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Leonie McKeon, the Managing Director of Chinese Language and Cultural Advice, discusses effective strategies for negotiating with Chinese businessmen using the same strategies taught by Sun Tzu in his "The Art of War".
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Negotiations- Style Module
 
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Emory University School of Law
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Asian Negotiation Tactics
 
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Cross Cultural Negotiation - Demo
 
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Cross Cultural Negotiation India, Australia by Prasanna, Sid
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Negotiation !! HINGLISH style
 
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Bridging the Gap in US China Negotiation and Communication Styles
 
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On May 23, 2018, Fredrikson & Byron’s China Practice (https://www.fredlaw.com/practices__industries/china_practice/) and Global Minnesota (https://www.globalminnesota.org/) hosted a program that addressed how different styles of negotiating and communicating used by American and Chinese companies and government officials can impact, and sometimes derail, successful business dealings and government-to-government negotiations. They discussed common pitfalls and strategies to overcome them, to achieve more effective communication, resulting in better commercial and diplomatic relationships. Presenters: -Tom Hanson, Diplomat in Residence, Royal D. Alworth Institute for International Studies, University of Minnesota Duluth (http://www.d.umn.edu/unirel/homepage/11/hanson.html) -Joan Brzezinski, Executive Director, U of M China Center and Confucius Institute (https://chinacenter.umn.edu/about-us/staff/joan-brzezinski) -Ruilin Li, Attorney, Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. (https://www.fredlaw.com/our_people/ruilin__li/) -Larry Mahoney, CEO, Asia Direct Resources, Inc. (https://www.asiadirectresource.com/about/) Moderator: -Robert M. Oberlies, Chair - China Practice, Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. (https://www.fredlaw.com/our_people/robert_m_oberlies/)
Views: 74 Fredrikson & Byron
Japanese negotiation style: How do we negotiate with them?
 
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Produced by: Jung Soo Kim ID No. S 3618781 Course: SOCU 2264 RMIT Vietnam, Hanoi Campus Published: 28th December 2017
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Chinese Negotiation Style - Meetings
 
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http://www.YourGuideToChina.com Better understand the Chinese negotiation style when conducting business in China. To enter the Chinamarket and Chinaweb learn China business customs and practices.
Views: 734 YourGuideToChina
Chinese Negotiation Style - How Chinese Say No
 
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http://www.YourGuideToChina.com Conducting business in China you should be aware of China business customs and practices. Visit our website to learn 3 habits to help you succeed in China.
Views: 4339 YourGuideToChina
Negotiation Styles in China and Kazakhstan
 
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This video was made for Intercultural Communication class with William Hickey. Our purpose was to identify cultural differences and their impact on business. Thereby our video is about negotiation styles, where two parties meet each other face to face. In order to define negotiation in both countries (China and Kazakhstan), we analyze cultural values and ways of thinking of each one. To do that our team was deeply researching on their own region. Our biggest advantage was diversity of our group, which let us create the truly story about doing business in each country. Credit: - SolBridge International School of Business: http://solbridge.ac.kr - Me, in Shanghai: youtube.com/watch?v=VVdxcDETlEk - Astana Promo Video: youtube.com/watch?v=vbZ0NA6Gibc - Video was made in Apple's iMovie
Views: 1857 Brian Le Vu
Shanghai Imitation Market Bonanza!
 
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Chinese Negotiation Style Is Direct or Indirect
 
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Chinese Negotiating Style. Is it OK to be direct when negotiating with the Chinese or must everything be shrouded in myster? For more info: http://www.YourGuideToChina.com
Views: 413 YourGuideToChina
Negotiating across cultures: The U.S.A
 
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Lee Sun Min, Melina Febrianti S., Stellar Nube Mella, Ribka R. Juli, and Rika Hendryani (EEB, Batch 2013) are discussing their company's business expansion plan. Find out their negotiation techniques as well as some tips for those who would like to negotiate with the Americans. Official website: http://inggris.petra.ac.id/
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International Business - Cross-Cultural Communication
 
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International business and cross-cultural communication. Cross-cultural communication - International business culture (how to work with different cultures )http://www.integrationtraining.co.uk/ Working cross-culturally (how to work with different cultures in business) with Mark Walsh from Integration Training talking about the work of Geert Hofstede Working Cross Culturally my own experience -worked in 10 countries this year with people from at least 50 nationalities, have lived in a dozen countries on four continents - increasingly important for work - conflict very easy not going away just yet no matter what people say many cultures and sub cultures - e.g. the US, so good to have some variables Hofstede and Hofstede factors Power distance - e.g. in meetings Netherlands/ Australia vs Russia/ India Individualism (IDV) vs. collectivism - do we all have a say? prise teams not individuals Sweden vs USA Uncertainty avoidance - new ideas? USA vs Greece or Poland Masculinity like competitiveness and the acquisition of wealth are valued over 'feminine' values like relationship building and quality of life. - Japan/US vs Spain/Thailand Long term orientation - in China and Japan a ten year plan is short term Also time (e.g meetings), food, dating - a minefield, humour - hard to get right
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Will Not Negotiate
 
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Republicans have passed more than a dozen bills to open the government and provide Americans with relief from ObamaCare, but Democrats continue to just say "no." The American people reject the Democrats' "my way or the highway" approach. It is time for Democrats to engage congressional Republicans to solve our problems.
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Going Around the Culture: Negotiating in the US, Negotiating in China
 
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Lecturer: Yoel Gat, Repeat Entrepreneur (Gilat, RaySat, SalixFy) Date: 06/03/13 MIT Forum, Tel Aviv University
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Negotiation in Sholay style
 
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This is how we r studying and enjoying our MBA
Views: 243 Dibyanshu Pandey
Chinese Negotiating Styles
 
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You will meet each of these negotiating archetypes in China -- but things will not be quite what they seem. Two cultural factors influence how each negotiating style will appear in China
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Akio Morita: Comparing Japanese and American Business Practices
 
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Meet Akio Morita, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Sony Corporation, in this 1988 interview from the University of Washington with Upon Reflection host Al Page. Morita offers insightful comparisons of Japanese and American business practices, including the employee selection process and the Japanese long-run view in contrast to the American short-run view. He also discusses American and Japanese competition, the Japanese global outlook, cultural differences and American-Japanese politics.
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Recruitment Agencies, Cape Town: 5 Styles of Negotiation
 
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http://www.wcp.co.za Recruitment Agencies: 5 Styles of negotiation between Clients and Recruiters. Contact West Coast Personnel on 021 556 2313
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Cross Cultural Germany - How to work with Germans
 
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http://www.goulvestre.com/index-en.php This video will provide you a deep insight of the German culture and the related business habits.
Chinese Negotiatiing Styles-  Accommodators
 
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ChinaSolved Casual Friday Videos presents: Chinese Negotiating Styles - Accommodators. American negotiators pride themselves on aggressive tactics and strong positions. Chinese negotiators, however, often intentionally place themselves in a position of weakness. It's strategy -- not vulnerability. Be careful.
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How Canada Helps Its Dairy Farmers (And Why Trump Hates It)
 
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Canada's dairy industry brings over 220,000 jobs and nearly $20 billion to the country's GDP. But the system has been a target in many trade negotiations, especially the recent USMCA negotiations. Since the 1960s Canada has used a supply management system to bolster its dairy farmers against foreign trade and the risk of overproduction. Canada has defended the system, but it is frequently targeted by other countries, and also President Donald Trump, during trade negotiations. Watch this video to learn more. » Subscribe to CNBC: http://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: http://www.cnbc.com/ Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: https://cnb.cx/LinkedInCNBC Follow CNBC News on Facebook: http://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: http://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Google+: http://cnb.cx/PlusCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: http://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC #CNBC How Canada Protects Dairy Farmers (And Why Trump Hates It)
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Negotiating in Asia : why relationships matter
 
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Negotiating To Win Negotiation solutions, programmes, and coaching across Asia Pacific.
Views: 271 EverestMotivation

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