- Co-author, with Howard Raiffa, of “Negotiation Analysis: the Science and Art of Collaborative Decision-Making”
- Associate of the Harvard Negotiation Project; Lecturer at Harvard and MIT Sloan School
John Richardson is an attorney and consultant in negotiation, decision science, and organizational behavior and a partner at Triad Consulting. He has taught law and business students at Harvard, Boston College and MIT’s Sloan School of Business. An Associate of the Harvard Negotiation Project, he was co-author, with Howard Raiffa, of Negotiation Analysis: the Science and Art of Collaborative Decision-Making. His private clients include Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Microsoft, Boeing, and General Mills. He also has a practice offering transactional advice on specific negotiations, mainly to hedge fund managers. Public sector clients include Bir Zeit University, the Archdiocese of Medellin, Columbia, the Citadel, the New York Bar Association, and the Department of Justice’s National Advocacy Center. He also worked with retired FBI hostage negotiators to teach crisis negotiation to security forces in Abu Dhabi. Formerly a partner at Anderson Kill in New York, he received his JD from Harvard and an MA in Organizational Studies from Boston College.