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2014 | 5 | nr 1 | 32--41
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Management Trust, Organizational Trust, and Organizational Performance : Advancing and Measuring a Theoretical Model

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The purpose of this study was to propose a theoretical model and empirically measure whether trust impacts organizational performance. This study focused on three constructs: management trust (MT); organizational trust (OT); and organizational performance (OP). Specifically, the results of this study determined whether management trust (MT) significantly and positively contributes to organizational trust (OT) and whether organizational trust (OT) significantly and positively contributes to organizational performance (OP). Based on the findings, recommendations were made for building and sustaining a culture that will lead to improved organizational performance). (original abstract)
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  • Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW, Poland
  • Middle Georgia State College
  • University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
  • Oklahoma State University
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