Detroit Free Press: Michigan professor: Negotiation isn’t just for business

Need to negotiate? Shirli Kopelman, a University of Michigan management professor who studies negotiations, has a few words of advice on that subject. She wrote some of them down in a book “Negotiating Genuinely”…

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HBR Blog: Make Your Emotions Work for You in Negotiations

Your emotions matter in negotiations. They fuel your behaviors, energize you, and allow you to strengthen…
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Businessweek: Corporate Ethics Slide Because of Bad Negotiations

If business schools are to graduate leaders who “do no evil,” to paraphrase one of Google’s principles, then we must teach them how to negotiate. This may seem like an unorthodox approach to minting a new generation of ethically minded managers. The fact is negotiating can be a useful vehicle for doing good deeds….
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Ross Blog: Media Positively Interested in Positive Business

Positive business is picking up as a hot topic in the media, but for Michigan Ross it has been at our core for a long time — starting with the research of our faculty over a decade ago and now as the heart of our mission to develop leaders who make a positive difference in the world. So it’s no surprise…
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Positive Business Conference at U-M draws 350

About 350 students, academics and business leaders gathered this week at the University of Michigan for the first Positive Business Conference…
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