Sunday, May 27th, 2018
I write, as I begin my term as President of DSI, for two reasons. One to encourage you to read the latest version of Decision Line, which highlights the progress that DSI has made under the Board leadership of my predecessor, Professor Jeet Gupta from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Two, to share the agenda for DSI in the upcoming year.
Penning this communique at the onset of a DSI President’s term is very much a tradition. I promise to write again in July 2018, October 2018, and January 2019 to update you on DSI’s implementation of a recently-adopted strategic plan (click here to learn more about the strategic plan), as well as emerging opportunities and challenges that DSI may be facing.
Who Are We as DSI?
But, before going further, it may be apropos for me to begin by answering an elusively-simple question: “Who are we as DSI?”
My Member Resources
Negotiation Course: The Key Success Factors
This article explores the way that international negotiation skills can be integrated into an academic course. The article explains components that are of the utmost importance in teaching such course to business students at the undergraduate and master’s degree levels.
The main goal of the international negotiation course is to create a framework and series of skills that students can utilize in real-life global business environment. In order to accomplish such goal, the course requires several stepping stone components: