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Relationship between Cultural Values, Sense of Community and Trust and the Effect of Trust in Workplace

  title={Relationship between Cultural Values, Sense of Community and Trust and the Effect of Trust in Workplace},
  author={Nazli Mohammad and Yvonne Stedham},
This paper provides a general overview of different perspectives and studies on trust, offers a definition of trust, and provides factors that play a substantial role in developing social trust, and shows from which perspectives it can be fostered. The results showed that trust is playing an important role in success for organizations involved in cross-national strategic partnerships. Trust can reduce transaction costs, promotes inter-organizational relationships, and improve subordinate… 



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  • Zucker, L. G
  • 1986