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  • Revision history of "Trucks" - Peacebuilding
    New page Note The playground for this activity needs to be prepared in advance by the facilitator It needs to be arranged similarly to the model presented below Better make sure that the w Latest Earliest View newer 50 older 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Trucks Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this

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  • Trucks - Peacebuilding
    start and be ready to play again At every turn when rolling the dice each team can decide whether to move a truck that is already on the road or start a new one Each team can have more trucks on the road and decide which to move Every truck can be moved in both directions ex if two trucks meet on the Blue road and Green Team decides to back up they can roll the dice and move their truck back correspondently III Play a few demonstrative rounds in order to help participants understand the game IV Assign a time limit and start the game Help participants if needed but do not suggest any best strategy for the play V Stop the play when the time is over Check the scores and distribute as many chocolate candies as points to each team celebrate the moment Note When originally designed see below the experiment analysed how the players behaviour would change if teams were allowed to communicate to each other or not To introduce this variable you can allow truck blocking each other head to head to talk and negotiate who should back up Or not you can also impose as a rule that trucks of different teams cannot talk to each other Debriefing The following questions are not normative You can use these and or other questions as the situation and your judgement requires How do you feel How do you feel about this activity How do you feel about how your team played How do you feel about your team mates How do you feel about the other team How do you feel about how the other team played What happened What happened when you started the game How was your strategy at the beginning How was the other team s strategy in your opinion What happened when two trucks met head to head on the Blue Road Who backed up Why What kind of reward did the team s that backed up get What have you learned What have you learned from this activity What strategy would have worked best in order to maximise your profit What tends to happen in a situation like this game To what extent people tend to be confrontational in a situation such as this game How the way you played was influenced by assumptions expectations about what the other team would do Can you qualify these expectations assumptions What does it take to favour cooperation How would you define winning in this game Then who won How does this relate How does this game relate to the real world Can you see it applied to likely situations in your work place or family community Could you describe these situations Can you make examples of situations you have witnessed or been through that seem connected to the dynamics of this game What tends to happen in real life when people are confronted with situations similar to the one depicted in this game

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  • Trucks - Peacebuilding
    for the other to pass Additional Instructions After arriving at destination each truck can jump back at the start and be ready to play again At every turn when rolling the dice each team can decide whether to move a truck that is already on the road or start a new one Each team can have more trucks on the road and decide which to move Every truck can be moved in both directions ex if two trucks meet on the Blue road and Green Team decides to back up they can roll the dice and move their truck back correspondently III Play a few demonstrative rounds in order to help participants understand the game IV Assign a time limit and start the game Help participants if needed but do not suggest any best strategy for the play V Stop the play when the time is over Check the scores and distribute as many chocolate candies as points to each team celebrate the moment Note When originally designed see below the experiment analysed how the players behaviour would change if teams were allowed to communicate to each other or not To introduce this variable you can allow truck blocking each other head to head to talk and negotiate who should back up Or not you can also impose as a rule that trucks of different teams cannot talk to each other Debriefing The following questions are not normative You can use these and or other questions as the situation and your judgement requires How do you feel How do you feel about this activity How do you feel about how your team played How do you feel about your team mates How do you feel about the other team How do you feel about how the other team played What happened What happened when you started the game How was your strategy at the beginning How was the other team s strategy in your opinion What happened when two trucks met head to head on the Blue Road Who backed up Why What kind of reward did the team s that backed up get What have you learned What have you learned from this activity What strategy would have worked best in order to maximise your profit What tends to happen in a situation like this game To what extent people tend to be confrontational in a situation such as this game How the way you played was influenced by assumptions expectations about what the other team would do Can you qualify these expectations assumptions What does it take to favour cooperation How would you define winning in this game Then who won How does this relate How does this game relate to the real world Can you see it applied to likely situations in your work place or family community Could you describe these situations Can you make examples of situations you have witnessed or been through that seem connected to the dynamics of this game What tends to

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    that is for your team and the clean and boil team Your task is to negotiate with the clean and boil team in order to generate agreement on how split the total amount Though if you can t generate agreement and break off the negotiation your minimum guaranteed wage is 400 USD thanks to the trade unions while the clean and boil team s minimum guaranteed wage is 100 USD When negotiating with the other team you have four options Make a proposal to the other team on how to split the maximum total amount for your department 1 000 USD Shift that is pass the initiative to make a proposal to the other team Accept the offer of the other team Break off the negotiation and take your minimum guaranteed wage You will play several rounds Before each round discuss within you team on how to act When you have reached agreement or a majority vote write down your choice on the Offer Card given to you One member of you team will then transmit your choice to the other team Following each round write down your team s salary on the Payroll Register Your goal is to maximise your profit You can t talk with the other team There is no time limit There is no limit to the number of rounds you will play Handout for the team of clean and boil workers Your team is composed of three individuals you all work at the factory at the production of Really Good Canned Corn Your job is to clean and boil the corn Your department is composed of your team and of a second team who fills the cans with boiled corn and then seals it The owner of the factory tired with endless fights with trade unions and willing to make his employees happy a few years back decided to let to the teams in each departments decide their weekly wages The factory pays max 1 000 USD a week for the total of labour of your department that is for your team and the fill and seal team Your task is to negotiate with the fill and seal team in order to generate agreement on how split the total amount Though if you can t generate agreement and break off the negotiation your minimum guaranteed weekly wage is 100 USD thanks to the trade unions while the fill and seal team s minimum guaranteed wage is 100 USD When negotiating with the other team you have four options Make a proposal to the other team on how to split the maximum total amount for your department 1 000 USD Shift that is pass the initiative to make a proposal to the other team Accept the offer of the other team Break off the negotiation and take your minimum guaranteed wage You will play several rounds Before each round discuss within you team on how to act When you have reached agreement or a majority vote

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  • Revision history of "Workers' Payoff" - Peacebuilding
    651 bytes New page Purpose To practice two party negotiation between groups To explore how participants with different BATNAs act in negotiation Time At least 40 minutes It can be expa Latest Earliest View newer 50 older 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Workers 27 Payoff Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP

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  • Pages that link to "Workers' Payoff" - Peacebuilding
    following pages link to Workers Payoff View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 3rd Module Principled Negotiation links Category ACTIVITY links Category NEGOTIATION links Contents links View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Special WhatLinksHere Views Special Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP Log in create account Navigation Homepage Contents Help pages

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  • Changes related to "Workers' Payoff" - Peacebuilding
    logged in users Hide my edits Show new changes starting from 00 21 13 February 2016 Namespace all Main Talk User User talk Peacebuilding Peacebuilding talk Image Image talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Invert selection Page name Show changes to pages linked to the given page instead Workers Payoff No changes on linked pages during the given period Retrieved from http peacebuilding

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  • Workers' Payoff - Peacebuilding
    in this negotiation What have you learned What learning points can you extract from this activity In your opinion what strategy works best in order to maximise your profit What strategy works best when you are negotiating with someone who has a stronger BATNA that yours or what strategy works best when you are negotiating with someone who has more negotiating power How can you maximise your profit when you have more negotiating power than the other party How does this relate What if What next Source Selten used this game dynamic in an economics experimental setting see Selten R A Noncooperative Model of Characteristic Function Bargaining in Aumann R J et al eds Essays in Game Theory and Mathematical Economics Mannheim Wien Zurich Bibliographisches Institut AG 1981 pp 131 151 A similar format was also used in Heike Hennig Schmidt Li Zhu Yu Yang Chaoliang A Cross cultural Study on Negotiation Behavior A Video Experimental Investigation in Germany and the People s Republic of China 2002 This study is available at http bonneconlab uni bonn de people hschmidt Chingpap3 pdf Both experiments reproduced an artificial and context free situation where two parties where called to bargain on a coalition value v 10 while each party received a different value in case of breaking off the negotiation One party received a comparatively higher value but the sum of both equated ½ of the total coalition value That is to say if you don t agree you loose half of what you could get The value that both parties receive in case they break off the negotiation can be seen as their bargaining power Roger Fisher and William Ury would call it their BATNA Best Alternative To a Negotiated Agreement Handout for the team of fill and seal workers Your team is composed of three individuals you all work at the factory at the production of Really Good Canned Corn Your job is to fill and seal each can with boiled corn ready made for selling Your department is composed of your team and of a second team who cleans and boils the corn The owner of the factory tired with endless fights with trade unions and willing to make his employees happy a few years back decided to let to the teams in each departments decide their weekly wages The factory pays max 1 000 USD a week for the total of labour of your department that is for your team and the clean and boil team Your task is to negotiate with the clean and boil team in order to generate agreement on how split the total amount Though if you can t generate agreement and break off the negotiation your minimum guaranteed wage is 400 USD thanks to the trade unions while the clean and boil team s minimum guaranteed wage is 100 USD When negotiating with the other team you have four options Make a proposal to the other team on how to split the maximum total

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