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Defining success in negotiation and other dispute resolution training
Negotiation journal (2009)
  • John Wade, Bond University
Abstract

This article describes three types of negotiation courses and asks what range of goals is usually achieved in such courses from the overlapping perspectives of organizers, teachers, and participants. It then translates Benjamin Bloom's categories of educational goals into aspirational goals for any negotiation course.

Keywords
  • negotiation,
  • training courses,
  • realistic and aspirational goals,
  • Benjamin Bloom,
  • learning ecosystem
Publication Date
April 1, 2009
Publisher Statement
Interim status: Citation only.

Wade, J (2009). Defining success in negotiation and other dispute resolution training. Negotiation journal, 25, (2), 171-179.

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2009 HERDC submission. FoR code: 1801

© Copyright President and Fellows of Harvard College, 2009.
Citation Information
John Wade. "Defining success in negotiation and other dispute resolution training" Negotiation journal Vol. 25 Iss. 2 (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_wade/52/