The Trust Sketchbook: Trust in Organisations

I thought it was worth sharing another sketch for the idea that i am playing with around a #WorkingOutLoud book on ‘Trust‘. It’s still a rather idle idea: probably a Zine that you sketch in yourself, somewhere between a notebook and a sketchbook, taking you on a guided and reflective journey through ‘trust’. It’s not directly part of the Landscape of Trust research, although i feel it could be a nice piece of ‘collateral’ to share with Research Partners and the wider community. This sketch is about how we hold ‘Trust in Organisations‘.

Trust Sketchbook - trust in organisations

The prototype study last year showed how trust flows through strong social ties: not simply through formal hierarchy. Part of our challenge, as we build the Socially Dynamic Organisation, is to build out these strong social ties, and thinking about trust (then acting upon it!) is one way to do this.

About julianstodd

Author, Artist, Researcher, and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the context of the Social Age and the intersection of formal and social systems.
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