Data Management for Feinberg Rozen

Ken Feinberg hired Adroit CEO Noah Susskind as a 2008 summer associate to write research memos and manage the logistics of a 40-case mediation effort.

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Podcast of Mediation Pedagogy Conference at PON

In May 2009, the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School hosted the first Mediation Pedagogy Conference. PON hired Adroit to capture, edit, distill, and narrate attendees reflections into a narrated mp3 file that could be downloaded from their website and Podcast to listeners from it.

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Private Website for Senior Mediators

For a group of about 30 of America’s most senior mediators who want to stay in touch and collaborate remotely and securely, Adroit built a “walled garden.” Only members can log into this private online social network and see its contents, but all members can see most everything that goes on within it.

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Book Summaries for Negotiation Journal at PON

We write the summaries of the field”s new books for the quarterly Negotiation Journal, housed at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.

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Podcasts for the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution

The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR) hired Adroit to discretely interview attendees at events surrounding its 2009 Annual Meeting. Adroit produced Podcasts featured on the CPR website.

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Research for Karen Tokarz of Washington University Law School

Professor Karen Tokarz hired Adroit to do a little research for a book chapter comparing clinical ADR law programs in the US, India, and South Africa.

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Research and Website Consulting for The Kheel Center at Pace Law School

The Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes at Pace Law School hired Adroit to make recommendations about how to improve its website, and identify seasoned environmental dispute mediators in the US.

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Podcast of CBI’s Dr. Hal Movius on Built To Win

For this recording, CBI”s Hal Movius and Adroit CEO Noah G. Susskind discuss why individual negotiation training can fail to produce results for their organization. He also describes how to build organization-wide negotiation capacity. Dr. Movius co-authored the book Built To Win, which is about building world-class negotiating organizations.

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Podcast of HBS’s Michael Wheeler on MLB free-agent negotiation

When Adroit CEO Noah G. Susskind was an intern at the Program on Negotiation (PON) at Harvard Law School, he interviewed Harvard Business School Professor Michael Wheeler about Major League Baseball’s free agent negotiations. The purpose was to add to PON’s catalogue of Podcasts about contemporary issues in negotiation and dispute resolution.

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Bob Bordone of HLS on the 07–08 Writer’s Strike Negotiations

Harvard Law School Professor Bob Bordone recorded a Podcast about the 2007–2008 Writer”s Striker negotiations. The purpose was to contribute to the public discourse on this topic and add to the Podcast catalogue at the Program on Negotiation (PON).

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Podcast of CBI’s David Fariman Leaders as Consensus-Builders

CBI”s Managing Director David Fairman talked to Adroit CEO Noah G. Susskind about why and how leaders should do consensus-building. The purpose was to help market CBI as a leader in the field of leadership training and influence how the public thinks about leaders.

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Research for Jim Golden

Jim Golden of Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary hired us to to perform research and editing for his article “The Negotiation Counsel Model” for Negotiation Journal.

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Podcast of Harvard’s Professor Kelman on Isreali-Palestinian Negotiations

In this extensive interview, Herbert C. Kelman, Professor Emeritus at Harvard University, speaks to Adroit CEO Noah G. Susskind about Kelman’s proposal for negotiating a “principled peace” to settle the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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