MOVING UP is a negotiation simulation-game designed around a familiar scenario: homeowners hope to “move up” by buying a more spacious and expensive home from other homeowners (who seek in turn to do the same themselves.) The structure of the game engages participants in prioritizing, at-the-table relationship building, positional bargaining, and creative thinking; often the parties find themselves at impasse and need to reconsider and re-enact any or all of those activities.
|Designer||Noam Ebner & Yael Efron|
|Topic||Negotiation and Bargaining|
|Preparation||Print and Play|
|Time||75-90 minutes including debrief|
|No. of roles/players||2 teams of 2 players. Create multiple quartets in a class of any size|
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