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Category Archives: Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program Blog Posts
Police-Community Dialogue: The Harvard Negotiation & Mediation Clinical Program Releases Innovative Resource on Facilitation
The Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program has produced a new video resource on facilitation entitled “Police-Community Dialogue: A Facilitated Conversation Featuring Commentary with Harvard Law School Professor Robert C. Bordone”. The resource, which can be purchased on HLS Case … Continue reading
Image used under Creative Commons Licensing The financial crisis of the late 2000’s has just hit and more than 10 million homes have been foreclosed upon in the matter of a few years. The American public is outraged and demanding … Continue reading
New Product: YNMCP Alonzo Emery at Renmin University of China Law School (Photo via Harvard Law Bulletin) In a new negotiation role play from the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program (HNMCP), the world’s leading clothing company is a client … Continue reading
New Product: Drug Trial Committee Imagine that a deadly infectious disease, the Anthella virus, is spreading throughout the world population. Scientists everywhere are rushing to find a cure. Fortunately, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have just developed an … Continue reading
Product: Diego Primadonna Diego Primadonna, the top downloaded material from HLS Case Studies, has been updated to review the full Seven Elements of Negotiation. In this negotiation simulation, an aging soccer star and a Brazilian soccer club broker a contract … Continue reading
Product: Hesperia Seed Initiative Hesperia Seed Initiative, our latest simulation, has been years in the making, undergoing many classroom tests and iterations before publication. In our blog last month we introduced you to the multiparty role play, in which stakeholders negotiate … Continue reading
New Product: Hesperia Seed Initiative A philanthropic initiative to introduce genetically modified seeds on the island nation of Hesperia has great potential: either to save the food supply affected by climate change and insect blights, or to destroy the fragile … Continue reading
New Product: Set Sale! by Amanda Reilly The new role play Set Sale! debuted this spring in the HLS Negotiation Workshop, receiving an enthusiastic response. Chad Carr, author and lecturer on law at HLS, reported, “Students really seemed to enjoy negotiating … Continue reading
For years, HLS Professor Bob Bordone lamented that there was not an easily accessible, high quality teaching resource for negotiation instructors to demonstrate a range of critical negotiation behaviors to their students in practice. Bordone explains, “Helping students develop new … Continue reading
by Heather Kulp With one hundred participants representing over twenty countries, the summer Harvard Negotiation Institute’s Negotiation Workshop offered five days of instruction to expand participants’ negotiation toolboxes. To facilitate skill development, Professor Robert Bordone relied on the Harvard Negotiation … Continue reading