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What is Win-Win Situation ?

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Asked by jafar, 13 Mar '13 09:40 pm
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Win win situation is one wherein all involved are benefited one way or the other - no one is a loser.
Answered by Francisco, 13 Mar '13 09:42 pm

 
  
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A win-win game is a game which is designed in a way that all participants can profit from it in one way or the other. In conflict resolution a win-win strategy is a conflict resolution process that aims to accommodate all disputants.
Answered by LIPSIKA, 13 Mar '13 09:47 pm

 
  
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A situation in which the outcome benefits each of the two often opposing groups
Answered by Anil K Chugh, 13 Mar '13 09:46 pm

 
  
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A situation where both sides/parties will be benefited from the outcome
Answered by Annes, 13 Mar '13 09:54 pm

 
  
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The day when all the people in this world learn to create win win situtions..yeh duniya sahi maine mei jannat kahlayega aur aadmi ko faristey
ab aap samajh lijiye win win situation kya hai
Answered by MANMAYUR, 13 Mar '13 09:51 pm

 
  
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You win both ways in a situation.
Answered by anil garg, 13 Mar '13 09:46 pm

 
  
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A win-win situation, also called a win-win game or non-zero-sum game in game theory, is a situation by which cooperation, compromise, or group participation leads to all participants benefiting. The term can be applied to many aspects of daily living, and it is contrasted to the zero-sum game or win-lose situation, where the dominant factor is that at least one person wins while another loses. These are also called zero-sum games and examples include most two-person board games. For instance a chess game is zero-sum. One winner, +1, is added to one loser, -1, resulting in a total of zero.

The win-win situation is different, since its total according to game theory could be two or more. In a two-person scenario, where both people could cooperate and thus benefit, this could be mathematically expressed and +1 plus +1 = 2. Instead of a situation creating a winner and a loser, both people win a roughly equivalent amount.
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 14 Mar '13 02:39 pm

 
  
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You lost everything
then you dont hv anything to loose
Answered by HARI singh Nalwa, 13 Mar '13 10:20 pm

 
  
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A win-win situation, also called a win-win game or non-zero-sum game in game theory, is a situation by which cooperation, compromise, or group participation leads to all participants benefiting. The term can be applied to many aspects of daily living, and it is contrasted to the zero-sum game or win-lose situation, where the dominant factor is that at least one person wins while another loses. These are also called zero-sum games and examples include most two-person board games. For instance a chess game is zero-sum. One winner, +1, is added to one loser, -1, resulting in a total of zero.

The win-win situation is different, since its total according to game theory could be two or more. In a two-person scenario, where both people could cooperate and thus benefit, this could be mathematically expressed and +1 plus +1 = 2. Instead of a situation creating a winner and a loser, both people win a roughly equivalent amount.

You can apply the term win-win situation to any small negotiati ...more
Answered by Rocking Raaj, 13 Mar '13 09:41 pm

 
  
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