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Re: [ontolog-forum] Request for Input on Negotiation Methods

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Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 11:02:32 -0400
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There is a Negociation group/forum called Interneg ( Concordia univeristy in Montreal and Carleton Univerisity in Ottawa) at http://interneg.org/interneg/index.html

The InterNeg© Group is a team of researchers from around the World who are interested in studying negotiations and training future negotiators, and in developsing materials and systems for decision making and negotiations. Our negotiation support systems are used in teaching and training around the World. We also develop systems and agents to support and conduct e-negotiations and negotiations in e-business

this would be a good focused group for your concerns.

 the person to contact is

Gregory (Grzegorz) E. Kersten is the Group Leader and the Project Director. He graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics in Poland, then moved to Belgium and finally settled in Canada, first at Carleton University in Ottawa, then at Concordia University in Montreal. Since 2002 he is the Paul Desmarais Professor at the University of Ottawa. In 1980, he developed Nego, perhaps the first negotiation support system used in management and executive courses, then has been working on Negoplan and now it is the InterNeg (email).

Kurt Conrad <conrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Ontolog Members,

While this might seem like a strange request for this group, many of
our conversations have dealt with the issues associated with driving
the consensus needed for shared conceptualizations.

I'm conducting a quick survey of negotiation methods and supporting
training courses and an soliciting the input of the Ontolog community
(either privately or to the pubic forum, as you see fit).

This is a "wide-net" search.  In addition to "traditional" business
and legal negotiations, I'm interested in methods that target deeper
levels of alignment and agreement (e.g., core values and perception)
and don't want to rule out approaches that may have an even more
spiritual basis.

I'm sure that this community has some unique insights and welcome any
response.  If interest is great enough (especially as it applies to
the identification and articulation of shared conceptualization), I'm
open to making this topic the focus of one of our technical discussions.


/s/ kwc 2005.10.25 07:57

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