Common Negotiation Terminology
Negotiations are common and important for entrepreneurs, as any start-up business will require negotiating financing rounds, board decisions and salary for employees, among many other things. In our last negotiation centered blog post, we discussed interest-based negotiations and how they are effective (link in footnotes). In this negotiation-based post, I will outline many common negotiation tactics and present some useful tips on how to use them.
Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement (“BATNA”)
Zone of Possible Agreement (“ZOPA”)
 “Interest-Based Negotiation” (23 December 2020), online blog): Business Venture Clinic <http://www.businessventureclinic.ca/blog/december-23rd-2020>.
Katie Shonk, “6 Bargaining Tips and BATNA Essentials” (19 January 2021), online (blog): Program on Negotiation Harvard Law School < https://www.pon.harvard.edu/daily/batna/bargaining-tips-batna-essentials/>.
 Katie Shonk, “How to Find the ZOPA in Business Negotiations” (10 August 2020), online (blog): Program on Negotiation Harvard Law School < https://www.pon.harvard.edu/daily/business-negotiations/how-to-find-the-zopa-in-business-negotiations/>.
 Katie Shonk, “What is Anchoring in Negotiation?” (19 May 2020), online (blog): Program on Negotiation Harvard Law School https://www.pon.harvard.edu/daily/negotiation-skills-daily/what-is-anchoring-in-negotiation/.
 David Wright, Law 508 – Negotiation (Faculty of Law, University of Calgary, 2020).
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