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when I got the book the pages were yellowed. There were pages with small pieces torn out. I expected the book to be in better condition. Read morePublished on Jan. 9 2012 by JWelsh
Getting to the Yes was a very good read, to say the least. The authors offer straight to the point, no nonsense advice on how negotiate more effectively. Read morePublished on Nov. 25 2011 by Mperor
This book was a requirement for my negotiations class but was a great read on its own. It's very insightful but I would suggest learning other strategies in addition to the one... Read morePublished on Feb. 23 2011 by Cha
This book was required reading for my project management master's degree. I had a terrific time reading it and look forward to using it as a desk reference. Excellent job.Published on Jan. 15 2011 by lorienrm
you don't have to be into negotiation to get the premise of this book. Its worth a read, as it's throughly entertainingPublished on Nov. 26 2010
This book gives you the basics.... I thought I would have been left with more knowledge or another way to negotiate but the system is very simple and common sense, I do not see why... Read morePublished on April 23 2010 by Ali Abassi
I had to read this book prior to a work training session on it. The problem was, I had very little time, plus I had better things to do like enjoy my well deserved Jamaican... Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2010 by Sally Ann
I found the book to be well written and the style quite reader friendly.
A rather relaxed learning process which was both comforting and enjoyable. Read more
Don't buy the audio version from audible.com .
Their programming skills are terrible. I could not download some of the books I bought, could not burn into cd the ones I could... Read more