JOAN B. KROC SCHOOL OF PEACE STUDIES (UCSD-TV) DECEMBER 13, 2009
In this lecture, William Ury shares the strategies he has developed at the Harvard Negotiation Project for creating sustainable agreements in diplomacy and business. Ury is presented by the Institute for Peace & Justice at the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies at the University of San Diego.
TIME.COM MARCH 30, 2009
As the economic slump persists, companies are becoming stingier with the severance packages they offer laid-off workers. At the same time, more employees are asking their firms to tweak the terms of their parting pay — a shot to get more as they head for the door.
MERCADO FEBRUARY 16, 2009
William Ury es el más famoso experto mundial en negociación, un campo donde se juegan desde el éxito empresario hasta la paz mundial. Éste es el contenido de la conversación que tuvo con MERCADO cuando visitó Buenos Aires
THE NATIONAL-ABU DHABI SEPTEMBER 26, 2008
The United States must completely rethink its approach to the Muslim world, abandon its aggressive military posture in favour of more diplomacy and deal with countries that it considers enemies, according to a bipartisan group of American leaders that issued a report this week.
THE TODAY SHOW March 5, 2008
"The secret to saying no without destroying relationships lies in the art of the "Positive No," a proven technique that anyone can learn. William Ury explains how in "The Power of a Positive No." Link to an excerpt from the book and a clip of The Today Show's interview with several negotiation experts including Dr. Ury.
THE GUARDIAN FEBRUARY 2008
The author of The Undercover Economist, Harford is fond of unearthing economics in unexpected places, and here he roots it out in 10 unexpected books, including "Getting to Yes".
THE WASHINGTON POST DECEMBER 2007
"Consider what can happen when people don't say no," writes Laura Sessions Stepp in this review of "The Power of a Positive No." "...A working mother of three volunteers to chair the PTA board and wonders why she barks all the time at her husband. A financial officer agrees to shift company money illegally, against his better judgment, and ends up in prison."