integrative bargaining

integrative bargaining

(ˈɪntɪˌɡreɪtɪv)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) industrial relations a type of bargaining in which all parties involved recognize that there are common problems requiring mutual resolution
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In integrative bargaining, the system of collective bargaining involves social dialogue and social consultation on how both parties can resolve problems at the work place and how the two sides can prosper together.
There are two general negotiation strategies: distributive and integrative bargaining. Distributive bargaining involves negotiating over fixed resources.
This understanding is critical to an integrative bargaining approach, which "requires crafting proposals to take advantage of differences in interests and preferences between the negotiators." (152) Simply asking for such information in a straightforward manner might work in some instances, but there are more sophisticated ways to get information.
By gaining trust, negotiators are more likely to use integrative bargaining, reach an agreement, and achieve higher outcomes.
Incentives for cooperation in integrative bargaining. In R.
Because of the potential for undesired long term changes, the dialogue and trust established through the integrative bargaining framework used in collective negotiations could also be used to improve levels of labor-management cooperation outside of contract negotiations, where unions can become a more significant stakeholder in the organization.
In the contexts of distributive and integrative bargaining, he discusses the tactics of reframing, agenda setting, standard setting, playing watchdog, and whistle-blowing.
Although many forms of negotiation exist, in this article we focus on integrative bargaining (see Walton and McKersie 1965).
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Much of trade negotiation involves such integrative bargaining because parties can enlarge the area where their interests overlap by identifying and discussing a range of alternative options and opinions.
On the other hand integrative bargaining situation is a cooperative bargaining situation where the goals of parties are not mutually exclusive.
A theoretical framework for understanding negotiations, developed by Walton and McKersie, (1) presents four circumstances that account for most negotiation behavior: (1) distributive bargaining; (2) integrative bargaining; (3) attitudinal structuring; and (4) intra-organizational bargaining.
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