Why Negotiation Fail

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Options to Pursue if negotiation Fails

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Every day we are into one or other type of negotiation. A negotiation can be a business negotiation or a non-business negotiation. Negotiation is part of life and there are many negotiations that doesn’t end the way we want.
The following article depicts some of the reason why negotiation fails and what are the various options one should go with if negotiation fails.
This article will tell us some of the major reasons for failure of any negotiation process and options that one can pursue if negotiation fails.
This article has been divided into three parts where first part consist of some of the reason why negotiation fails, second part consist of remedies that one can go for if negotiation
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