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Time for Some Negotiation Theory – How the Democrats Can Play Hardball with Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee | Slate Magazine | Hal Movius

Slate Magazine asks Hal Movius for his insights into the latest conflicts and negotiations in Washington

By | January 13th, 2017|Categories: Have You Seen..., Our Thinking|Tags: |Comments Off on Time for Some Negotiation Theory – How the Democrats Can Play Hardball with Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee | Slate Magazine | Hal Movius

Four Productive Ways to Get Confrontational at Work | Fast Company Magazine | Hal Movius

Hal Movius' article about workplace confrontation in Fast Company Magazine shows with a little resolve and a willingness to wade into conflict rather than shrink from it, you can actually build more collaborative partnerships than you'd otherwise think.

By | December 15th, 2016|Categories: Have You Seen..., Our Thinking|Tags: |Comments Off on Four Productive Ways to Get Confrontational at Work | Fast Company Magazine | Hal Movius

Four Steps for Changing Negotiation Practices in Your Organization | Harvard Program on Negotiation Newsletter | Hal Movius & Larry Susskind

The Harvard Program on Negotiation's newsletter reprises the key themes from Hal Movius & Larry Susskind's seminal work, Built to Win

By | November 13th, 2016|Categories: Have You Seen..., Our Thinking|Tags: , |Comments Off on Four Steps for Changing Negotiation Practices in Your Organization | Harvard Program on Negotiation Newsletter | Hal Movius & Larry Susskind

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Built to Win – Now in Five Languages | News Release | Movius Press Office

Tel Aviv, Israel More than 60 senior executives and government officials gathered to attended the launch party for the Hebrew version of Built to Win: Creating a World Class Negotiating Organization (Harvard Business Press), the acclaimed book by Hal Movius and Lawrence Susskind.

By | June 25th, 2014|Categories: We Say...|Comments Off on Built to Win – Now in Five Languages | News Release | Movius Press Office