In preparing for a negotiation, it is good practice to set clear objectives. Some commentators encourage identification of the best alternative to a negotiated agreement [BATNA]. In order to know when the outcome of the negotiation is just unacceptable and it is preferable to pursue the BATNA option; the negotiator must be clear about the threshold for each negotiable issue that is just acceptable. This is known as the walk away point. See also Negotiation.« Back to Glossary Index
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