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"...a first-rate piece of work. I recommend it highly." -- Peter G. Peterson, Senior Chairman and cofounder, The Blackstone Group
"...the clear and innovative concept has contributed invaluably...to many agreements that are critical to Novartis." -- Daniel Vasella, MD, Chairman and CEO, Novartis AG, Switzerland
"3-D Negotiation is a brilliant and rigorous exposition of key bargaining strategy techniques from two masters of negotiation." -- Paul F. Levy, President and CEO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
"At last, practical advice on how to overcome obstacles that prevent us from getting to yes." -- Roger Fisher, coauthor of Getting to Yes
"Lax and Sebenius capture what I've seen great deal makers take years to perfect." -- Stephen Friedman, former Chairman and Senior Partner, Goldman Sachs & Co.
“Lax and Sebenius capture what I've seen great dealmakers take years to perfect.”
—Stephen Friedman, (former) Chairman and Senior Partner, Goldman Sachs & Co., Chair, President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.
“. . . a first-rate piece of work. Readers facing tough deals, along with generations of Harvard MBAs and executives, will benefit greatly from this lucid book and its highly relevant case studies. I recommend it highly.”
—Peter G. Peterson, Senior Chairman and cofounder, The Blackstone Group, one of the world’s largest private equity firms.
“I have worked directly with the authors on some of the most challenging negotiations of my career. Their 3-D approach was important in helping to deliver hundreds of millions of pounds of value for shareholders.”
—Philip Yea, CEO, 3i Group plc, a FTSE 100 venture capital and private equity company that has invested more than £26 billion in more than 14,000 businesses.
“. . . the clear and innovative concept of 3-D Negotiation has contributed invaluably . . . to many agreements that are critical to Novartis.”
—Daniel Vasella, MD, Chairman and CEO, Novartis AG, Switzerland
“[The] 3-D approach is in use at many levels of the Estée Lauder Companies with excellent results. This down-to-earth book is packed with striking examples . . .”
—William Lauder, CEO, the Estée Lauder Companies
“At last, practical advice on how to overcome obstacles that prevent us from getting to yes.”
—Roger Fisher, coauthor of Getting to Yes
“3-D Negotiation is a brilliant and rigorous exposition of key bargaining strategy techniques from two masters of negotiation. . . . I have used their advice to great success in the complex health care environment
—Paul F. Levy, CEO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston
“3-D Negotiation is simply the most sophisticated and practical guide to negotiation ever written. Its many fascinating case studies show you exactly how to apply its powerful method.”
—Mathias Doëpfner, CEO, Axel Springer, one of Europe’s top media companiesSee all Editorial Reviews
For the seasoned negotiator or those just getting started, 3D Negotiation presents a wonderfully clear and well organized program to help expand your skills beyond Hardball and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gary E. Brown
One of the best Books on negotiation I have ever read.
Provides a path for practice and mastery.
If you negotiate for a living, this is a must read. Although the book is a few years old, it still has fresh insights into how to approach a negotiation in a new "3-D" way... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Solid book. The "3D" aspect of negotiations is what is new and unique that most books don't discussPublished 11 months ago by Miguel
Loved this book. It took me much longer than I expected to read as I constantly found myself stopping to apply the lessons I learned in the book to either current or pass issues... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Michael A
Game changing insights. Audio book is a bit hard work, but this is a must for anyone working on large, complex deals.Published 13 months ago by Mitch Webster
A book I do and will refer to often. Should be required material for MBA and Management courses world widePublished 15 months ago by Paul
I loved the book, it gave plenty of examples. I had to use it to write a book review on negotiation for my master's in project management. Great read.Published 18 months ago by hbrad2725