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I negotiate for a living. This has a significantly different perspective than Getting To Yes, and I believe it provides a much stronger position for achieving negotiated... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Charles Martin
Very good book. New insights on negociations. Altough it starts as a critique to win win in the end it is a very good way to get to win win. Recomend it.Published 2 months ago by bogdan grasu
This is the best book on negotiating I have read. Period.
Most books flaunt tactics (which are really "manipulations"). Read more
Jim Camp wrote a book for suckers.
There is not a single successful negotiation scenario in the book that demonstrates how his system works. Read more
Jim tackelss actual everyday situation that a person somehow finds themselves on the short end of stick without knowing what strategy the other side is using. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Tsepo
I have applied the principles in this book over and over. Jim really knows his stuff. I keep going back to the book for reminders as it is a challenging topic for me. Read morePublished on December 20, 2012 by K. Peterson
And although unnecessarily trying to sound more controversial than he really is, probably to distinguish his product from "Getting toYes" and it's ilk, the author makes a... Read morePublished on November 22, 2012 by Aryabhata