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Designing Trustworthy Organizations

Designing Trustworthy Organizations | Building organisational trust | Scoop.it

How do organizations and their leaders earn and maintain trust — and then repair it after a violation? Why do trust failures continue to occur with such frequency? How can they be reliably prevented?

 

Those are the questions that drove 12 years of research by authors Robert F. Hurley (Fordham University), Nicole Gillespie (University of Queensland, Australia), Donald L. Ferrin (Singapore Management University) and Graham Dietz (Durham University, United Kingdom). A lot of the literature about trust supports commonsense notions about how individual leaders can earn the trust of followers. But building and sustaining organizational trust turns out to be different from building and sustaining interpersonal trust, and not nearly as intuitive.


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Great article on trust, including trust framework and questions to test it.

 

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Building organizational trust is different from building interpersonal trust — and less intuitive.

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Apparently, Organizational Culture is Crap

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The one thing we can be assured of until humans safely land and colonize Mars is "organizational culture" will continue to be a topic of conversation. It's about on par with the Leadership vs. Mana...

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Organisational culture evolves from the people in the organisation.

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Designing Trustworthy Organizations

Designing Trustworthy Organizations | Building organisational trust | Scoop.it

How do organizations and their leaders earn and maintain trust — and then repair it after a violation? Why do trust failures continue to occur with such frequency? How can they be reliably prevented?

 

Those are the questions that drove 12 years of research by authors Robert F. Hurley (Fordham University), Nicole Gillespie (University of Queensland, Australia), Donald L. Ferrin (Singapore Management University) and Graham Dietz (Durham University, United Kingdom). A lot of the literature about trust supports commonsense notions about how individual leaders can earn the trust of followers. But building and sustaining organizational trust turns out to be different from building and sustaining interpersonal trust, and not nearly as intuitive.


Via Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor
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Great article on trust, including trust framework and questions to test it.

 

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Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor's curator insight, June 18, 2013 10:15 PM

Building organizational trust is different from building interpersonal trust — and less intuitive.

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Does culture define the brand?

Does culture define the brand? | Building organisational trust | Scoop.it
Organisational culture is essential in building positive brand experiences and long-term commercial success, says Terry Tyrrell
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Enablers and levers of organisational change and performance | The Holos Group

Enablers and levers of organisational change and performance | The Holos Group | Building organisational trust | Scoop.it

RT @richardharmer: New BLOG: Enablers and levers of organisational change and performance | http://t.co/7kABbzgq8y


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We All Need Friends at Work - blogs.hbr.org (blog)

We All Need Friends at Work - blogs.hbr.org (blog) | Building organisational trust | Scoop.it
We All Need Friends at Work
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Studies have shown that soldiers form strong bonds during missions in part because they believe in the purpose of the mission, rely on each other, and share the good and the bad as a team.
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Talks to the importance of 'down' time, when people can get to know each other as people, not just as role holders in the organisation.

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Trust Is Not An Algorithm: Big Data Are Hot, But They Also Miss A Lot | Doors of Perception

Trust Is Not An Algorithm: Big Data Are Hot, But They Also Miss A Lot | Doors of Perception | Building organisational trust | Scoop.it

By some accounts the world’s information is doubling every two years. This impressive if unprovable fact has got many people wondering: what to do with it?

 

Many big brands hope that the analysis of Big Data will give them a ‘360 degree view’ of customers: Who they’re interacting with, where they shop, how they think about a bank, hotel, or store.

 

Banks and insurance companies are especially fired up by the prospect that Big Data will yield more accurate and profitable pricing models. They’re also keeping a nervous eye on start-up land where a queue of newbies perceive an opportunity to re-design financial services from scratch. Some of the latter are launching peer-to-peer insurance platforms that allow individuals to develop their risk pools without the participation of major insurers. Others have built platforms to sell risk coverage on-demand, as micro-transactions: “You want to ski off-piste? Click here and you’re covered”.

 

In Malaysia, you can already buy lifestyle insurance, as it’s called, from a Facebook page. In the UK, special insurance cover for Chihuahua owners is available right now.

 

In the so-called health care ‘space’, open data advocates are confident they can help citizens better understand different kinds of treatment. Improved citizen awareness, they argue, will spark action to improve performance. There is evidence that  health outcomes improve when  patients have access to shared healthcare information in ways that allow them to compare treatments with others like them.

 

Nearby, in the Personal Data Economy space, the promise of ‘self-knowledge through numbers’ has spawned dozens of new ventures. One such, Quantified Self, has become a movement; QS groups meet the world over to devise new forms of ‘self-tracking’.

 

In the world’s city halls, a not-so-small army of consultants is pitching the concept of Smart Cities to beleaguered officials. The promise: collect data from the five billion people now using mobile phones; combine these with data from 50 billion inter-connected sensing and monitoring devices- and lo! the resource efficiency of a city’s transport, energy, industry and buildings can be transformed.

 

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Economic rationalism won't provide all the answers. Interesting article on  valuing the things that can't be measured.

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Culture Eats Strategy For Lunch

Culture Eats Strategy For Lunch | Building organisational trust | Scoop.it
Culture like brand is misunderstood and often discounted as a touchyfeely component of business that belongs to HR. It's not intangible or fluffy it's...
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