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Clarabec vs. Big Mall: Confidential instructions for Maurice Charles (B)

Sameh Abadir

By Professor Sameh AbadirSameh Abadir and Karine Avagyan

This is the second part of the team-to-team interaction negotiation between Jean Bernard, a national account manager in the Hygiene division of Clarabec France and Maurice Charles, the national buyer at Big Mall. If both parties successfully reached a deal in the first part negotiations, Maurice Charles is given the chance to strike a post-deal deal that provides additional opportunity to strengthen the long-term relationship between the Clarabec France and Big Mall. Maurice Charles can push for expanding to Romania together in response to Jean Bernard’s request for the Saturday deliveries.

Learning Objective

  • Think of negotiating a deal as a package rather than list of independent issues/points.
  • Learn to prepare and prioritize interest.
  • Think of creating options that create additional value for both parties.
TypeGeneralized Experience
Copyright©2019
LanguageEnglish
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