win-win


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win-win

n. [of a situation] winning for both sides; [of a situation] winning for buyer and seller. What have you got to lose? It’s a win-win situation.
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Beginning with "Think Win-Win," the next three habits help you become interdependent.
The first requirement of a Win-Win agreement is having interdependent relationships.
Building hundreds of student flats in this quiet area is not win-win in any language.
Miller (1989) discusses guidelines managers can follow to create "a win-win situation" with their employees.
If profits rise because of the tighter regulation, then win-win rhetoric applies; if profits rise because regulations were inefficient, then tightening efficient regulations will reduce profits.
To be sure, some win-win innovation and even regulation does exist.
The goals in win-win agreements may be similar for people in comparable roles, but the actual numbers or measures likely will differ.
The application of win-win behaviors appears to be within everyone's capacity.
The fulfillment of BQA contracts and the general manifestation of win-win behaviors need to be visibly tied to formal organizational rewards that support the creation of healing cultures.
One of the central themes of these behavioral-skills training programs is to develop win-win relationships.
The specific behaviors the other person, the customer in the upcoming interaction, feels would strengthen the win-win quality of our relationship are apologizing for mistakes, saying thank you, gracefully accepting feedback, and so forth.
The Win-Win Expo is the only exhibition that will provide mutual benefits and relationships between firms of all sizes, attracting more than 8,000 attendees and industrial professionals with over 75 corporations in Korea such as: Samsung, Hyundai Automobile, LG, SK Telecom, Hynix Semiconductor, POSCO, Philips Electronics, Korea, Korea Electric Power Corporation, etc.
NEW YORK -- In a major speech to the Asia-Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce in Manila last week, Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo cited IRMC CEO Vikas Kapoor as an example of a company whose leadership is successfully creating a win-win business model in the global marketplace.
com/reports/c33847) has announced the addition of E-Learning Course: Power Negotiating - Angry Buyers, Win-Win, and Rules to their offering.