A Templete

A Templete

Problem Solution: Global Communications
Situation Analysis
Issue and Opportunity Identification
Stakeholder Perspectives/Ethical Dilemmas
Problem Statement

End-State Vision

Alternative Solutions

Analysis of Alternative Solutions

Risk Assessment and Mitigation Techniques

Optimal Solution

Implementation Plan

Evaluation of Results

Table 1
Issue and Opportunity Identification
|Issue |Opportunity |Reference to Specific |Concept |
| | |Course Concept | |
| | |(Include citation) | |
|USAuto’s negotiating team did not carefully identify |USAuto can develop |“A distributive negotiation |Distributive |
|AutoMex’s goals. USAuto’s goal was to reduce costs through |intelligence on |usually involves a single |negotiations |
|utilizing AutoMex labor. AutoMex, by contrast, viewed |potential business |issue—a ‘fixed-pie’—in which | |
|USAuto as a source for developing its employees’ skill |relations to understand|one person gains at the expense| |
|levels. USAuto’s negotiating team also approached entering |better others’ goals in|of the other. For example, | |
|the Mexican market similarly, unwilling to allow AutoMex |negotiation settings. |haggling over the price of a | |
|access to the hybrid engine for AutoMex’s own production. | |rug in a bazaar is a | |
| | |distributive negotiation,” | |
|Both of these...