New & Misc. Notes for Mgt. 456: Negotiation & Conflict
Rex C. Mitchell, Ph.D. - Fall 2011
NEW OR SIGNIFICANTLY CHANGED PAGES SINCE THE
BEGINNING OF THE SEMESTER:
- (11/28/11) Here is a link to the Apex debriefing PPs
that I will go over in class today.
- (10/31/11) As I announced in class, one of the following questions will be on the test.
Nothing else re ethics will be asked:
1. Discuss various reasons that ethical decisions are often complex, plus some
suggestions about how to deal with this complexity.
2. Critique the thesis that corporations should concentrate almost exclusively on
their fiduciary responsibility to maximize returns to their stockholders.
3. Discuss some of the complexities in trying to deal simultaneously with ethical,
legal, and social considerations, in addition to economic and self-interest factors,
when making important decisions.
- (10/20/11) Here is a link to the exercise
we will do Monday night (Wed for the day class). Please read it in advance.
- (10/17/11) I have been looking for relevant film clips and will show some when applicable.
Here is a table with links,
which I will update as more are added; there is also a link to the table on our class page. If
you have/find any good clips, please send me the links.
- (10/3/11) I expanded the last section of the PowerPoint slide set 3, that we will
use tonight. The new slides are #42-49.
- (9/30/11) Here is an example of a good (not perfect)
- (9/28/11) Here is a summary of the
feedback on the
evening class data collected last Monday; we will discuss it next Monday.
- (9/24/11) Here is a summary of the
feedback on the day
class data collected last Wednesday; we will discuss it next Monday.
- (9/19/11) Here is the
link to the roommate case
will discuss on Wednesday, in addition to the False Reports Case already in the schedule.
GENERAL NOTES & REMINDERS:
- Some of the reading/preparation assignments are items on my web site. You can access
them from the list on the
Mgt. 456 Class Page. Whenever a
case or exercise is listed in the schedule Reading & Preparation Before Class column (or
announced in class), it is expected that you will be well-prepared in advance to discuss the case
or do the exercise in that class. Similarly, if a self-assessment instrument is listed, you should
complete it and score it (if the scoring key is given on the Web) before the class, so that we can
discuss the results in class.
- To help you organize and prioritize the material on conflict management, make use of the Reading Notes
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