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Trust Conclusion

Page history last edited by Charles Fritz 9 years, 6 months ago

Summary

 

As you can see Trust is a balancing act and must be maintained for a group to be successful. In the days of virtualization it is even more imperative to create groups that have a great deal of trust within in them. These groups can be regional, national and international and do not have the ability to develop face to face relationships thus trust becomes a building block to build a relationship that will help the group succeed. Without trust a project has a greater chance of failure or overrun. Group members may not want to be part of the organization or work may falter because of lack of trust. Finally, trust can cause dissatisfaction within a company that can cause highly qualified staff to leave resulting in projects that lack in expertise. It is very important for a company to monitor trust within its group and organizations for those reasons. In this chapter we discussed the components of trust, individual trust, trust building, managerial, organizational, and governance of trust. You as the reader should now be able to assemble and maintain a highly trustful collaboration group within your organization.

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