Trust, Organizations and Social Interaction: Studying Trust as Process within and between Organizations by Soren Jagd
The contributing authors demonstrate how trust and distrust are produced and reproduced in a complex interplay with social processes and practices. Instead of asking how trust may be measured or how trust is a resource for managers, they explore how trust develops and how managers become intertwined with and caught up in trust processes.
This enlightening empirical analysis of trust and its relationship with organizational processes is a vital resource for students, academics and scholars of organization, management, organizational behaviour and change, HRM and learning.
Contributors include: J. Allwood, N. Berbyuk Lindstroem, M. Bosse, M.-B. Ellingsen, B. Espedal, M. Frederiksen, L. Fuglsang, A.H. Gausdal, K. Gronhaug, U.K. Hansen, M. Ikonen, S. Jagd, S.T. Johansen, I.-L. Johansson, K. Malkamaki, K. Mogensen, L. Naslund, M. Neisig, K.A. Perry, M.A. Rasmussen, T. Savolainen, M. Selart, A. Sward, N. Thygesen, S. Vallentin