Past Conferences

November 12, 2011

Negotiation & Teamwork Teaching Workshop

6th Negotiation & Teamwork Teaching Workshop. The workshop included two new sessions: "How to Design a Course" and "Using Current Research Results in the Classroom", in addition to introducing new exercises and new approaches to teaching old favorites. The purpose of the workshop is to share materials and techniques with instructors who are currently teaching or planning to teach, teamwork or negotiation at the university level.

Workshop Schedule w/ Descriptions (PDF) | Faculty Bios (PDF)

June 24, 2010

Negotiation Teaching Workshop, Harvard Kennedy School, Boston

 

5th Workshop held jointly with the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. The purpose of the workshop was to share materials and techniques with experienced negotiation teachers. Adam Galinsky from the Kellogg School of Management  opened the program with an optional session on negotiation course design for new teachers. Subsequent sessions were designed for new and advanced teachers. These sessions highlight exciting new exercises from DRRC and PON

June 15, 2009

Negotiation  Teaching Workshop, Kyoto, Japan

 

Negotiation Teaching Workshop featuring faculty from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University’s Law School, the Tepper School of Business, and the Haas School of Business. Sessions focused on negotiation: deal making, dispute resolution, and multi-parties. Instructors stress how to maximize the learning experience for your students. The purpose of the workshop is to share teaching exercises and techniques with faculty from other schools.

November 1, 2008

Negotiation & Teamwork Teaching Workshop

 

4th Biennial Teaching Workshop featuring faculty from Kellogg and Northwestern University's Law School. Sessions focused on negotiation: deal making, dispute resolution, culture, ethics, multi-parties, and decision making: trust, teamwork decision making, and team dynamics. Instructors stress how to maximize the learning experience for your students. The purpose of the workshop is to share teaching exercises and techniques with faculty from other schools.

July 3-6, 2008

International Association for Conflict Management

 

Annual Conference - The International Association for Conflict Management (IACM) was founded to encourage scholars and practitioners to develop and disseminate theory, research, and experience that is useful for understanding and improving conflict management in family, organizational, societal, and international settings.

November 4, 2006

Negotiation & Teamwork Teaching Workshop

 

3rd Biennial Teaching Workshop featuring faculty from Kellogg and Northwestern University's Law School. Sessions focused on negotiation: deal making, dispute resolution, culture, ethics, multi-parties, and decision making: trust, teamwork decision making, and team dynamics. Instructors stress how to maximize the learning experience for your students. The purpose of the workshop is to share teaching exercises and techniques with faculty from other schools.

October 23, 2004

Negotiation & Teamwork Teaching Workshop

 

2nd Biennial Teaching Workshop featuring faculty from Kellogg and Northwestern University's Law School. Sessions focused on negotiation: deal making, dispute resolution, culture, ethics, multi-parties, and decision making: trust, teamwork decision making, and team dynamics. Instructors stress how to maximize the learning experience for your students. The purpose of the workshop is to share teaching exercises and techniques with faculty from other schools.

May 22-23, 2004

Frontiers of Social Psychology: Negotiations

 

The conference is titled, Frontiers of Social Psychology: Negotiations, is the new book of the same title to be published in the Psychology Press series.

October 22-23, 2003

Frontiers of Negotiation

 

The conference titled, Frontiers of Social Psychology: Negotiations, is a new book of the same title to be published in the Psychology Press series.

November 2, 2002

Negotiation Teaching Workshop

 

The Teaching Workshop, the DRRC’s first open enrollment event, featured seven current Northwestern University faculty and one former faculty member. They presented teaching materials which focused on deal making and integrative negotiations, bargaining games, using video in the classroom, dispute resolution, international negotiations, email negotiations, and social dilemmas and the environment. The purpose of the workshop was to share a number of new teaching exercises and techniques with teaching faculty from other schools.

October 27-28, 2001

Culture and Negotiation Conference

 

The Culture and Negotiation Conference addressed an important void in mainstream negotiation theory and research: an understanding of the cultural context of negotiations. The purpose of this conference was to cross-fertilize ideas, insight, and theory from negotiation and cultural research. Topics covered included basic psychological processes, social processes in negotiation, and social context in negotiation.

September 15-17, 2000

Auctions and Negotiations

 

The DRRC organized a conference on electronic exchange, bringing together preeminent thinkers on human interaction from psychology, economics, and organizational behavior with more than a dozen leaders of the digital economy to discuss bargaining and negotiation in an electronic world. Panels focused on four key areas of electronic exchange: markets, dispute resolution, auctions, and negotiations. Among the questions that were explored:

  • Do people behave differently when bargaining and negotiating on-line than they do face to face?
  • How does the Web build markets for goods and services? What characteristics of virtual markets, besides electronic exchange, are different from those of tangible markets?
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