1st Edition

Understanding Trust in Organizations
A Multilevel Perspective




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ISBN 9781138327597
June 23, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
392 Pages 18 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Understanding Trust in Organizations: A Multilevel Perspective examines trust within organizations from a multilevel perspective, bringing together internationally renowned trust scholars to advance understanding of how trust is affected by both macro and micro forces, such as those operating at the societal, institutional, network, organizational, team, and individual levels.

Breaking new ground by bringing together an interdisciplinary group of scholars, Understanding Trust in Organizations synthesizes and promotes new scholarly work examining the emergence and embeddedness of multilevel trust within organizations. It provides a much-needed integration and novel conceptual advances on the dynamic interplay between micro and macro levels that influence trust. This volume brings new insights on how trust in groups, networks, and organizations form, and why employees can differ in their trust of leaders and teams.

Providing rich and nuanced insights on how to develop, maintain, and restore trust in the workplace, Understanding Trust in Organizations is a critical resource for scholars, graduate students, and researchers of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, as well as practitioners in fields such as Human Resource Management and Strategic Management.

Table of Contents

Section 1: Introduction

  1. A Multilevel Perspective on Organizational Trust
    Nicole Gillespie, Ashley Fulmer, & Roy Lewicki
  2. Trust Conceptualizations Across Levels of Analysis
    Ashley Fulmer & Cheri Ostroff
  3. Section 2: Multilevel trust processes and dynamics

  4. Divergence in Collective Trust
    Audrey Korsgaard & Paul Bliese
  5. The Relationship Between Trust and Attributions: A Levels of Analysis Perspective
    Edward Tomlinson & Luke Langlinais
  6. Cascading Influences and Contextualized Effects: A Model of Multilevel Control-Trust Dynamics
    Chris Long
  7. Trust Me or Us? A Multilevel Model of Individual and Team Felt Trust by Supervisors
    Julie Zhu, Dora Lau, & Long (Rico) Lam
  8. Trust Repair: A Multilevel Framework
    Nicole Gillespie, Steve Lockey, Matthew Hornsey, & Tyler Okimoto
  9. Section 3: Embedding trust in organizations

  10. Network Trust
    Bill McEvily, Akbar (Aks) Zaheer, & Guiseppe (Beppe) Soda
  11. The Tangled Ties of Trust: A Social Network Perspective on Interpersonal Trust
    Stephen Jones & Priti (Pri) Shah
  12. Multilevel Theorizing of How Gender Influences Trust and Creativity
    Hye Jung Eun, Roy Chua, & Mengzi Jin
  13. Multilevel Trust in Uncertain Contexts: ODID You Hear We Have a New VP?
    Roger Mayer & Michele Williams
  14. Multilevel Trust and HRM
    Rosalind Searle & Rami Al-Sharif
  15. Trust Cues in Artificial Intelligence: A Multilevel Case Study in a Service Organization
    Lisa van der Werff, Kirsimarja Blomqvist, & Sirpa Koskinen
  16. Employee Trust in Organizations Across Cultures: A Multilevel Model
    Arzu Wasti & Çetin Önder
  17. Section 4: Conclusion and Way Forward

  18. Multilevel Trust: Reflections, Insights, and a Future Research Agenda
    Guido Möllering, Nicole Gillespie, & Roy Lewicki

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Biography

Nicole Gillespie is the KPMG Chair in Organizational Trust and Professor of Management at The University of Queensland and International Research Fellow at the Centre for Corporate Reputation, Oxford University. Her research focuses on the development and repair of trust in organizations and in the context of technological disruption.

Ashley Fulmer is an Assistant Professor of Management at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University. Her research centers on trust dynamics in organizations, affect and emotions in management, and levels of analysis theory and research.

Roy J. Lewicki is the Irving Abramowitz Professor of Management and Human Resources Emeritus at The Ohio State University. He is a leading scholar in the fields of negotiation, conflict management and trust.