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Chinese vs American posted Jul 14, In this article, we examine the characteristics prevalent in the negotiation styles of Americans USA and Chinese China.
Although some argue that it is as difficult to identify the American negotiation style, several characteristics have been mentioned in different studies. They are also known to be impatient, which stems from the American tendency to get straight to the point and go for the goal.
They focus on the contract and usually find anything outside the boundaries of the contract superfluous. China has a long and rich history that has shaped the minds, values, and beliefs of its people.
Further, hierarchy is strictly followed. Moreover, the Chinese think in terms of the whole, so will address all issues in the negotiation simultaneously with no apparent order, and seemingly not resolving anything.
All this consumes a tremendous amount of time to conclude negotiations with the Chinese. Finally, after signing the contract, the Chinese will demand more than is stated in the contract. Conflicts and misunderstandings arise due to conflicting significance placed on relationship building, and the manner in which information is exchanged.
Further, a failure to understand the decision-making mechanism leads to unnecessary tension and frustration. Finally, failure to recognize the nature of the relationship forged from successful negotiations to deal with the post-agreement demands will cause tension amongst the parties.
Despite the many cultural differences between China and the USA, successful cross-cultural negotiations is possible by adhering to three key points. Building personal relationships, particularly in China. Being patient, therefore, understanding of the decision-making process and hierarchical interpersonal system of China.
Being conscious of face, which oftentimes simply means being aware that more is being communicated than what is uttered, and being mindful of how the message is delivered to the other party.
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United States Institute of Peace. Negotiating Behavior, Special Report no.Bargaining - - - The Japanese negotiation style is very formal and tolerates only a restricted set of negotiation tactics.
Relationship building. They believe that emotions have no place in business negotiations in this country. they may use extreme openings.
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Understanding this is critical in the negotiation process. In Asia the number 4 is bad luck, because in Japanese it sounds like the word ‘shuh-shuh’, which sounds like the.
Mar 23, · Conflict and Negotiation Styles of Japanese People Conflict Handling Styles 1. Avoiding style: unassertive and uncooperative behavior 2.
Forcing style: assertive and uncooperative behavior So Japanese negotiation style is personal and culture-related. Posted by PHAM THI THUY HA at AM.
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