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Trust vs. change

by md. habibur rahman

At first blush, trust and change don't seem to pull in opposite directions, but they do: Implementing organizational change--whether it's moving offices around or massive reengineering--can damage trust and commitment. Old work groups are sundered, new bosses have new standards, the world's in flux, and it's look out for No. 1. Even positive change can weaken trust: It was those wedding bells, after all, that broke up that old gang of mine. Yet without trust, change is impossible

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