Seven Dimensions: A Blueprint for Effective Negotiation Management
How do you distinguish the different aspects of negotiation management? Our research team has defined seven categories: preparing the ground, teamwork, communication, key organisers and facilitators, informal dialogues, non-party stakeholders and convergence strategies. These reference points make it possible to accurately identify areas of improvement, risks and benefits linked to all parts of the negotiation process. Discover the first outline of this unique strategic tool in more detail here. Expect updates on this project as we continue to develop it further, and reach out to Magnus if you like to get involved (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Visit our interactive graphic to explore all facets of the negotiation process.
Our Advisory Board with Lead Academics and Expert Practitioners
Deep process expertise is the foundation of successful negotiation management. To this end, we are proud to announce the launch of our advisory board as of fall 2018. The board is composed of expert practitioners that have all facilitated key global negotiations for many years in trade and environment, amongst others. This circle is complemented by leading academics in the field of international cooperation, specifically on global negotiations. The group will provide strategic guidance on our advisory projects and afford input to our research leveraging their outstanding expertise in the field.
We are very grateful to all members of the board. In the following we will introduce two members of our advisory board. For a complete overview, please visit cemune.org/advisory-board.
Richard Kinley is the Former Deputy Executive Secretary of the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat (UNFCCC). Prior to that, he held many senior positions including Coordinator of Intergovernmental and Conference Affairs (2000-2006). As one of the masterminds behind the strategy of the Paris Agreement, Mr. Kinley is a highly revered practitioner.
John S. Odell is Professor Emeritus of International Relations at the University of Southern California. His core research field is the governance of the world economy. Being one of the world’s leading scholars on global negotiations, he has published widely on global negotiations, among others on trade, exchange rates and debt, including in the WTO and IMF.
As always, we provide you with three intriguing new publications on multilateral negotiations that advance research and understanding of the field:
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