Jeanne Brett is the DeWitt W. Buchanan, Jr. Professor Emerita of Dispute Resolution and Organizations.
Professor Brett's research is in the areas of cross-cultural negotiations, the resolution of disputes, and the performance of multicultural teams. Her current research investigates culture and negotiation strategies. She is also studying the interface between AI and negotiations. She is the author of multiple books, two award winning: Getting Disputes Resolved with William Ury and Stephen Goldberg and the single authored Negotiating Globally; journal articles, and negotiation teaching materials. Her most recent book is Searching for Trust in the Global Economy with Tyree Mitchell. She initiated Kellogg's MBA courses in negotiations in 1981 and in cross-cultural negotiations in 1994. She has received numerous career awards: the David L. Bradford Outstanding Educator Award in Organizational Behavior; the Academy of Management Outstanding Educator Award; the Clarence L. Ver Steeg Graduate Faculty Award, and the International Association for Conflict Management Lifetime Achievement Award.
Cross-cultural, deal making, dispute resolution, mediation, emotions and negotiation, AI and negotiation, negotiating teams, trust and culture, influence and culture, status and culture, communication and culture
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