April 9, 2013

DYNAD Exercise

By Andrea Schneider

Hi all—lovely to see so many of you last week at the ABA Section on Dispute Resolution Conference!   Just to follow up from my mini-presentation in the morning of the LEC, I wanted to send around live links to the two teaching materials I shared.  The first is the article on teaching the TKI and new DYNAD exercise by Jennifer Brown and me entitled Negotiation Barometry: A Dynamic Measure of Conflict Management Style which will be out soon in Ohio State’s Journal on Dispute Resolution.  (For those who missed my 30 second explanation, this is a new conflict styles exercise that assesses responses at the beginning of the conflict and then again as the conflict is more heated)  The SSRN link is here: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2243624

The second live link is to the DYNAD exercise itself—I’ve loaded this separately since the version in the journal is understandably a little cramped to fit on the page.  And that SSRN link is here  http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2243679

For more on how to teach styles and skills (and why style analysis is not enough), I am also linking to last year’s article in Wash. U’s Journal of Law & Policy entitled Teaching a New Negotiation Skills Paradigmhttp://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2151440  This article also includes the Negotiation Origami figure that I used in the later LEC presentation on social intuition for those of you that wanted a copy. 

Happy to hear any comments or suggestions.  Thanks much!

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