In August, we announced the end of the Carnival of Trust, the monthly round-up of articles on trust launched here at Trust Matters and subsequently compiled by an all-star cast of guest hosts on their own blogs. Since then, we’ve been working on how to highlight some of the best online writing about trust for you in a brand new way. (Think of it as the Carnival of Trust 2.0.)
The Trust Matters blog team reads extensively through the latest writings on trust every month. Many of the articles that aren’t discussed on the blog wind up in Charlie Green’s Twitter feed, and sometimes there are still great articles left over.
So we’re spotlighting our top picks every month from our current trust research here in the Trust Matters Review, starting today. Trust plays a critical role in so many areas of business: leadership, sales, branding, performance–look closely and you’ll see how much trust matters. No matter why you’re interested in trust, we hope you’ll find something useful here.
The Trust Matters Review: Inaugural Edition (September 2010)
Columbia Business School professors Paul Ingram and Michael Morris discuss why business relationships take longer to establish in China than in the United States.
Thus ends the inaugural Trust Matters Review. Let us know what you think, and if you’ve read an article that deserves inclusion in next month’s Trust Matters Review, leave us a comment here, or through the Trust Matters Review submission form.