Trust repertoires for collaboration

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    This case study analyses the role of trust in a public private innovation network
    that involved a private consultancy company as a facilitator. We know that collaboration is a important for innovation, and that collaboration across organizational boundaries is not a trivial issue. But we know very little about how such processes develop and how trust, understood as “confident positive expectations” (Lewicki et al. 1998) to collaborative activities, arises out of collaboration. The paper contributes by showing how trust and collaboration are intertwined. The main finding is that a facilitator can mediate trust in such a
    context by drawing on cultural repertoires of justification
    Antal sider19
    StatusUdgivet - 2011
    BegivenhedDet Danske Ledelsesakademi 2011 konference: Behov for ny ledelse? - Copenhagen, Danmark
    Varighed: 5 dec. 20116 dec. 2011


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