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Interpersonal Trust Predictor of Knowledge Acquisition in Selfmanaging Teams: The Consequences for Performance
(MCIL Publishing, Oxford University, 2002-09)
Although both trust and the ability of employees to work in an autonomous manner are often cited as being essential for effectiveness of self-managed teams, little is known on the effect of interpersonal hust on knowledge ...
The relationship between interpersonal trust, commitment, and performance in self-managing teams: the Austalian experience
(Sheffield Hallam University Press, 2003)
Performance is a key concern for organisations in the rapidly changing global economy. Although both trust and the commitment of employees to work in an autonomous manner are often cited as being essential for effectiveness ...
The impact of interpersonal trust and power on the attributes of knowledge acquisition: What is their predictive power?
(MCIL Publishing, Oxford University, 2003-09)
Little is known on the combined effect of interpersonal trust and power factors on the traits and skills of knowledge acquisition. A survey of 140 first line managers was conducted to investigate the relationship between ...