Unit 4 Exercise: (negotiation transcript) You will be placed in pairs and given either the role of a seller or of a buyer. To conduct the negotiation, you may use email, Skype/FaceTime, Google Hangout, other similar chat technologies, Phone, or ask the instructor to set up a group in Blackboard. After reading the negotiation exercise and required readings for the negotiation, be prepared to complete an analysis explaining how the negotiation went.Unit 5 Analysis: Prepare an analysis of your negotiation exercise after you have completed it, incorporating a minimum of five citations from course reading. Write this analysis from the perspective of what has been learned from the readings and how you applied these principles to the negotiation.The analysis should be a minimum of 1000 words in APA format, excluding the title page and references. Be sure to follow the guidelines outlined in the grading rubric. The objectives for this assignments are as follows:1. Describe the negotiation: what took place? How did the offers and counters go back and forth? How was the negotiation exercise finally resolved?2. Who do you think “won” the negotiation? Why?3. How did the reading materials apply to the negotiation that you and your partner and/or opponent undertook, the strategies you and your opponent employed, and your respective degrees of success? Be sure to explain your conclusions thoroughly with support from the course readings.4. How you would do things differently in the future? Why? Be sure to explain your conclusions thoroughly with support from the course readings.course reading is still the same book at vitalsourceLewicki, R. J., Saunders, D. M., & Barry, B. (2015). Negotiation (7th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Higher Education.