All tagged trust
Trust has always come up for me in knowledge management conversations, but as this blog from Social in silico post discusses, it is really the center of being able to work together successfully.
Christopher Avery's "Teamwork is an Individual Skill" may be ten years old, but it is a great resource. The short summary: I am responsible for the success of any venture in which I choose to participate
Trust beyond reason is how I get results beyond hope.
People have expressed plenty of paranoia about social network analysis techniques that exploit existing corporate data stores. So, it shouldn't be surprising to see reports of companies that are selling their tools to snoop on their employees.
If I had just read a little more in my aggregator before posting that last item on trust , I would have come across Luke Naismith's article in which he describes trust as an alliterative A-Fram house.
Anol Bhattacharya of SoulSoup is thinking about Brand, but I found his title intriguing, "Brand Gap : Trust = Reliability + Delight."
Ghost blogging - the process of writing a blog in someone else's place - is just not right.
A review of The Leader with Seven Faces by Leandro Herrero.
I was talking with some students at Northwestern about blogs, and the question of trustworthiness and accuracy arose, particularly if one is planning to site a blog in a research paper. I came up with some criteria that turn out to be similar to those in a publication from Google.
Cutting Through points to a great paper on "Making virtual teams work." Trust is a huge aspect of any teams, and as this paper discusses, our ability to create and maintain trust in virtual environments is somewhat limited.