Most obviously, Jordan’s a lawyer. Second, he has that bemused Canadian perspective about things south of the border. Finally, two of his interests shine through: innovation and collaboration.
These traits show in his choices, and in his thoughtful commentary linking his choices.
Jordan has written about trust before. Perhaps that’s why he moves easily among the various blogposts he has chosen to highlight in this month’s carnival.
Pop on over to the Carnival at Jordan’s site, and here’s a taste of what you’ll get:
– How recent thinking on the economics of law firms has affected client trust levels;
– The effect on trust of both in-court tactics and extra-court marketing;
– The ties linking referrals, trust, innovation and collaboration;
– The relationship between trust and risk;
– How contracts and trust are in some ways opposed.
Add to that a delightful vignette, and a dozen extra-credit mentions.
Good stuff, food for the heart and the brain alike. Jordan has done fine work here for all thougthful people interested in the subject.
Many thanks, Jordan, for a most excellent Carnival. I invite all readers to go benefit from his hosting.
You can also look at past Carnivals, and enter your own blogposts or those of others for future carnivals by going to the Carnival of Trust homepage.