Organizational Trust: A Reader
Roderick Moreland Kramer
Oxford University Press, 2006 - Business & Economics - 487 pages
Organizational trust is a subject which has over the past decade become of increasing importance to organizational theory and research. This book examines what trust is, how it is developed and maintained, its underpinnings, manifestations, and its fragility, through a presentation and discussion of key readings.
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