List and describe the four different approaches to bargaining (Distributive, Interest-based, Positional, Integrative), and give an example of a situation for each approach.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 6:23 am ad1c9bdddf
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Each bargaining situation is unique and its uniqueness depends on the negotiators' personalities. Different bargaining approaches are as below:
Distributive Bargaining Approach: In this approach, the two parties' interests are viewed as being in conflict, which makes the negotiation process as a win-lose exercise bargaining approach (Holley, Jennings & Wolters, 2011, p. 257). In order to meet bargaining goals, there is finite amount of resources available to the parties and it is the reason that in this approach gains ...
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