Organizations consider trust as a pillar for successful operations in an increasingly global competitive environment. Some professionals go further and argue that in an economy trust is more important than natural resources. This book deals with ways to measure trust and its impact on organizational performance, as well as to understand the role of Management Accounting in creating trust. The author demonstrates that trust drives organizational performance, and reveals the key role of management accountants in facilitating the flow of trust between CEOs and line managers.Elsevier, Journal, University of Sienna, Italy, pp 11a38 Carrington PJ, Scott J, Wasserman S (2005) Models and methods in ... J Int Bus Acad Intern Bus 40:490 a508 Cross RL, Parker A (2004) The hidden power of social networks: understanding how work really gets done in organizations. ... Database Adv Inf Syst 31(3):27a42 Hancock PG, Raeside R (2010) Analysing communication in a complex serviceanbsp;...
|Author||:||Johannes Karl Mühl|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2014-07-08|