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COURSE OUTLINE

Department & Faculty: Department of Human Resource Development, Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development Course Code: Negotiation Techniques [SHP 2423] Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours Page : 1 of 6

Semester: Academic Session:

2 2012/2013

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DR LILY SURIANI MOHD ARIF DO5 012 734 2398 lily@fppsm.utm.my

Synopsis

This course is intended to expose students on negotiation and consultation. In particular, it emphasis on the process, principles, strategies and tactics of negotiation and model and theory of consultation, ethics and consultation in public section. LEARNING OUTCOMES
By the end of the course, students should be able to: No . Course Learning Outcome Programme Learning Outcome(s) Addressed Assessment Methods

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Apply negotiation and consultation principles in handling conflict in organization. Analyze problems and conflict in negotiation creatively and construct alternative solutions. Work collaboratively in term and play rules in group dicision making.

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HW, T, Q PR, Pr, T, Q PR, Pr
(T – Test ; PR – Project ; Q – Quiz; HW – Homework ; Pr – Presentation; F – Final Exam)

Prepared by: Name: Signature: Date:

Certified by: (Head of Department) Name: Signature: Date:

group discussion 4. Project .information search .self learning . Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development Course Code: Negotiation Techniques [SHP 2423] Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours Page : 2 of 6 Semester: Academic Session: 2 2012/2013 STUDENT LEARNING TIME Teaching and Learning Activities Student Learning Time (hours) 1.group discussion 3. Assignment ( 2x) .preparation .information search . Test (1) 7.group discussion 6. Presentation . Independent Study .group discussion – report writing 5.library search . Lecture 2.library search . Exam (1x) Total 42 42 10 18 2 2 4 120 TEACHING METHODOLOGY .self learning .COURSE OUTLINE Department & Faculty: Department of Human Resource Development.reading .

. Presentation WEEKLY SCHEDULE Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Week 14 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : Revision Week and Final Examination Introduction to Negotiation Principles and Major Mistake in Negotiation Planning and Preparation for Negotiation Strategies and Tactics. Win-win Negotiation Powers in Negotiation Fact to Face Negotiation Skills Follow-Up Action in Negotiation TEST 1 The Function of Consultation Theory and Model of Consultation The process of Consultation Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Consultation Services Consultation In Public Sector Cross Cultural Consultation and Ethics REFERENCES : 1. Co-operative Learning. Independent Study. Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development Course Code: Negotiation Techniques [SHP 2423] Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours Page : 3 of 6 Semester: Academic Session: 2 2012/2013 Lecture and Discussion.COURSE OUTLINE Department & Faculty: Department of Human Resource Development. Group Project.

assignments. Do I enjoy negotiating? Do I enjoy being in situations of conflict. 4. Do others see me as a good negotiator? Am I seen as strong or weak? Am I perceived as one who gives in easily. tests.) N o. 3. 2. weaknesses and potential areas of development. It should answer the following questions: 1. . 1. Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development Course Code: Negotiation Techniques [SHP 2423] Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours Page : 4 of 6 Semester: Academic Session: 2 2012/2013 GRADING: (Provide details on the allocation of marks and the time schedule for all quizzes. etc. or holds out too long. and/or do I enjoy attempting to persuade others to my point of view? Why? 2. Assessment Assignments 1 Assignments 2 Test 1 Final Exam Overall Total Numb er 1 1 1 1 % Each 10 20 30 40 % Total 10 20 30 40 100 Dates 10/03 12/05 7/04 ASSIGNMENT 1 (10 POINTS) Initial Self-Assessment (about 5-7 pages) In this section of the paper you should make an initial assessment of your ability to negotiate and the reflections on your initial skills.COURSE OUTLINE Department & Faculty: Department of Human Resource Development.

How does your personality affect your bargaining style in a positive way? In a negative way? 3.COURSE OUTLINE Department & Faculty: Department of Human Resource Development. noting any changes or selfperceptions that have solidified as a result of your experiences in the course. Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development Course Code: Negotiation Techniques [SHP 2423] Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours Page : 5 of 6 Semester: Academic Session: 2 2012/2013 3. who can express positions and views clearly? . and what kind of specific learning goals have I set for myself in this class? ASSIGNMENT 2: SKILL DEVELOPMENT PAPER (7-10 pages) A summary statement of what you have learned in the course. or knows when to make concessions and tradeoffs? How do I see myself? How effective am I at persuading others? How effective are my verbal skills to argue my points? How do I respond when I hold the power in a situation? How do I respond when I have little or no power? Overall. What tactics do you use most effectively. 5. 6. who knows how to make trade-offs. Describe and discuss the key learning points you have acquired about conflict. Do others see you as an effective negotiator? Are you perceived as someone who prepares well. who listens. who holds firmly on interests and issues. and decision making. 4. Explain the circumstances when you feel most competent in bargaining? Least competent? 5. 2. least effectively? 4. what are my major strengths and weaknesses as a negotiator. You should go back over your answers in ASSIGNMENT 1. negotiation. You should also address the following questions (answering each question one at a time is fine): 1.

2) show your ability to identify key events. TEST 1 (30points) Test one will cover topic 1 till 7. Faculty of Management and Human Resource Development Course Code: Negotiation Techniques [SHP 2423] Total Lecture Hours: 42 hours Page : 6 of 6 Semester: Academic Session: 2 2012/2013 6. . Note: Please be on time on the day of the test. What are your personal principles of bargaining and negotiating? Relate those principles to specific references in the readings. processes and turning points in your negotiation experiences. and 4) is of course. 3) integrate readings and lecture materials to help structure your analysis. 8. A good paper will: 1) be reflective of the process rather than a narrative of “what happened” in each negotiation. And no request for a replacement test will also be entertained. No extra time will be given to complete your test. How do you see yourself with respect to the questions in (5)? 7. The purpose of this paper is to assess the extent to which you are learning the course material and applying the knowledge to skill development. It will BE a combination of multiple choice questions as well as a couple of essay questions. if you are late. What can you do to improve your negotiation skills? Devise an action plan of specific steps and a timetable for taking those steps.COURSE OUTLINE Department & Faculty: Department of Human Resource Development. well written--see the first paragraph in the next section for further elaboration.