|Title||Defining Trust as Action: An Example from Hungary|
The paper begins with the account of a focus group discussion of Hungarian female managers who demonstrated high level of trust. Drawing on the discussion the author explores the nature of trust and looks at works and research findings in different disciplines. In psychology Erikson’s findings on human growth and development are discussed. Representatives of Eastern and Western philosophy are quoted to highlight the underlying differences of thinking in relation to trust. The impact of cultural heritage and the influence of the environment on trust add further dimensions to the argument. In conclusion it is suggested that management education could be a platform for further research and exploration of trust in individuals and organisations.
|Journal||Philosophy of Management|
|Journal citation||7 (3), pp. 69-80|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.5840/pom20097323|