Applying Game Theory to Negotiations & Decision-Making
The “Applying Game Theory to Negotiations & Decision-Making” course is designed for executives and business development professionals interested in enhancing their skills in negotiations, influencing, decision-making, and game theory. This in-person course offers a unique experience for registrants to understand how to leverage the combination of these skills, allowing for a better understanding of how one’s counterpart in the negotiations might assess potential strategic options.
Registrants will learn to anticipate as well as plan strategically ahead by making use of insights from game theory, with the aim to improve the outcome of your negotiations. The learnings from game theory will be applied to real-life pharma/biotech negotiation cases. This interactive course will help participants to sharpen their business development skills by increasing the speed and quality of their decision-making and enhance negotiation skills.
Topics covered in the “Applying Game Theory to Negotiations & Decision-Making” course include:
- The science of strategic decision-making using game theory
- Three phases of negotiations
- First and second offer strategies
- Interactive group negotiations
- How to behave with emotional negotiators
- Multiple equivalent simultaneous offers
NOTE: This course has a capped number of participants; people are encouraged to register early to reserve a spot.
This one-day course will be held in-person on Sunday, June 2, 2024, in San Diego, Calif. Registration opens on January 23, 2024.
Interested in only registering for an in-person course in San Diego? For course-only registration instructions, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Attend the entire in-person course
- Complete course evaluation within two weeks of the course end date