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#WorkingOutLoud on the Trust Diagnostic Analysis: The Boss’s Business

Today i’m sharing more of the analysis of the prototype Trust diagnostic. I’m really just playing with this first instance of it, reworking some of the language, and finding ways to analyse and usefully present the data, on which note, … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud Trust Diagnostic Analysis: Belief

I’m continuing to #WorkOutLoud on the analysis of the Trust diagnostic: the data i’m sharing today is from the first alpha test. These results are from a group of 17 people based in Asia, and i’m using it to help … Continue reading

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Struggling To Get On The Same Page

I’m #WorkingOutLoud as i (attempt) to analyse the first set of data from the prototype Trust Diagnostic. You can read more about the context of this work in yesterday’s blog post. Today, one questions stood out to me: ‘when my … Continue reading

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Trust Diagnostic Alpha

I’m in Singapore today, working with a group who are going to complete the alpha version of the Trust diagnostic as part of a workshop: days like this are important, as it’s where i start to ground the evidence gathering, … Continue reading

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Prototyping the First Trust Tool

I’m very excited (although, admittedly, easily excitable) that i’m ready to prototype the very first version of the trust diagnostic. This will be a tool built out of the Landscape of Trust research. I shared recently what i had in … Continue reading

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Developing a Prototype Trust Diagnostic

The ‘Landscape of Trust’ research has three aims: to build an evidence base behind the language around ‘trust’, to build diagnostics, visualisations, and frameworks to understand how trust flows at all levels within systems, and to prototype and grounded developmental … Continue reading

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Gender Effects in Trust: a #WorkingOutLoud post

Do men and women think about, or experience, ‘trust’ differently? At this early stage in the Landscape of Trust research, it’s hard to say for sure, but what is clear is that, across a range of metrics, gender is one … Continue reading

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