Our monthly blog
Each month, we muse about some aspect of negotiation, gamification or philanthropy and its effect on our work and world. Comments welcome!
If you want to take part in the discussion, you are kindly invited to join our group 'Gamification and Negotiation' on LinkedIn.
Some years ago, Barbra Streisand granted a one-hour interview with Larry King on CNN, just after her highly successful concert tour on the US East Coast. Keen to glean as much as he could from this all-too-rare journalistic opportunity.
Every so often, we like to turn the spotlight of this blog on our esteemed RGI grantees. This month I would like to introduce the very exciting crowdfunding campaign of our partners SINGA Deutschland gUG in Berlin.
I have of course been observing the first days of Trump’s America with interest and trepidation, but also with the practiced eye of the negotiator. From that perspective, there is much to be concerned about.
To round out the year, please allow a few musings on the connections between negotiation and one of my other passions, improvisational theater (IT).
Today I am happy to present a guest blogger, my esteemed colleague and friend Ulrich Egger, founder of Egger Philips and Partner in Zürich. We would both welcome feedback on these thoughts.
I have for some time been interested in the relationship between negotiation and meditation/mindfulness, an interest spurred not only on the growing literature about the connection between the two but also by my own personal experiences.
For this month's blog, I brainstormed with a number of esteemed friends and colleagues for inspiration in my search for a new moniker for "Win-Win Negotiation" and "Make the Pie Bigger"
This month Germany marks the first anniversary of Angela Merkel’s surprisingly bold decision to open the borders to refugees, especially from Syria.
This month, let me take the occasion of the passing of Howard Raiffa to muse a bit about game theory. He was an absolute leader in the field and one of the first to mathematically lay out the rich tapestry of games that people play.
As this year’s Games for Change Festival draws to an end this month in New York, I am struck by how far the movement has come.