Each month, the experts from the United Nations and ADN Group tackle a subject dealing with the current situations in the world seen through the lens of negotiation. With the meeting of minds of professionals and world specialists, the Negotiation Bulletins will cover a variety of subjects.
Negotiation Bulletin N°12
In a context where negotiations are becoming more and more complex, where decision-making cycles are shorter, and the sheer amount of information all contribute to a massive strain on...
Negotiation Bulletin N°11
The yearly negotiations between suppliers and major brands and labels, brutal, under pressure and very technical, perfectly resumes what has been happening in the sector for the last few...
Negotiation Bulletin N°10
There is growing criticism of post-war multilate- ral forums by certain powers because they give preference to bilateral negotiations where the balance of power is in their favour and where they...
Negotiation Bulletin N°9
In negotiation, your first job is to get to know yourself, before you even begin to think about others.
Negotiation Bulletin N°8
Relationships rules in the medical field are no different to the rules that govern any relationship between individuals. More so when one’s interest does not coincide with that of others. Or...
Negotiation Bulletin N°7
Humanitarian crisis have continued to intensify and spread in this world which is teetering on the brink of political, security and climatic upheaval.
Negotiation Bulletin N°6
Being a negotiator is a means of achieving this ideal. It allows us to understand the balance of power and surpass it.
Negotiation Bulletin N°5
Why do children, our little ones, have such strong inclinations to negociate ?
Negotiation Bulletin N°4
The year 2020 is a milestone that shaped the 21st century, global governance and the global social contract that binds nations together.
Negotiation Bulletin N°3
The year 2020 has finally come to an end and will definitely appear in our children’s history books.
Negotiation Bulletin N°2
The more sophisticated and complex social interaction becomes, the more preeminence negotiation takes.
Negotiation Bulletin N°1
Since the beginning of time, people have been negotiating with varying degrees of success and have continued negotiating. Why, then, do we negotiate?