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Internal and External Negotiating The Pie Contradiction When the discussion on this type of topic comes up it is important to understand several key points First is the fact that negotiations of this nature are done by one group or institution to another group Now knowing this it is also safe to assume that groups of people are not a collective of one mind and one thought and thus the group will not act as one Inside these groups many different and sometimes conflicting ideas and interests are bound to hinder a straightforward negotiation These internal problems creeping into the wood work before the other party has even made in to the table will ultimately create new layers in the bargaining process This is not to say all internal negotiations are bad In my opinion if a group will argue between them to smooth out all the potential internal interests and concerns then it can also be sure that as a group the entire entity was come to the bargaining table with the knowledge that all of its main views have already been addressed Then as a result the bargainer knows what as a group they would accept and decline As it was briefly covered in the article the internal bickering within one group does have its downfalls which in the long run hinder the group more then promote it If certain people within the group have personal agendas such as personal wealth or influence in mind these views of the few that can go against the optimum deal for the entire group Then as these people fight to have their views and solutions pushed forward the group may lose more in the long run Albeit the few people in the group may come out even stronger I believe the key to getting beyond the internal negotiations and out onto the bargaining table with the other
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