Printed Program cover
Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 237 | Submission: 10575 | Sponsor(s): (OMT, OB, STR, CM)
Scheduled: Saturday, Aug 11 2018 8:00AM - 10:30AM at Marriott Chicago Downtown - Magnificent Mile in Armitage Avenue Ballroom
Trust between Individuals and Organizations

View Map
Organizer: Oliver S. Schilke, U. of Arizona
Organizer: Bart De Jong, Australian Catholic U.
Presenter: Brandy Aven, Carnegie Mellon U.
Presenter: Ronald S. Burt, U. Of Chicago
Presenter: Bill McEvily, U. of Toronto
Facilitator: Rachel Lea Campagna, U. of New Hampshire
Facilitator: Roy Yong Joo Chua, Singapore Management U.
Facilitator: John Paul MacDuffie, U. of Pennsylvania
Facilitator: Alexandra A. Mislin, American U.
Facilitator: Madan M Pillutla, London Business School
Facilitator: Tony Simons, Cornell U.
Facilitator: Lisa Van Der Werff, Dublin City U.
Trust is a fundamental characteristic of organizational relationships and one of the most frequently studied concepts in management research today. This PDW is aimed at advancing research on trust by serving as a platform for scholars to discuss critical issues, engage in dialogue, and help further research-in-progress. The workshop consists of three segments: (1) The first segment starts off with a panel discussion, in which leading scholars share their thought-provoking ideas on the focal topic of “trust and networks;” (2) For the second segment, attendees break into roundtables to discuss various relevant issues in current trust research. Each table will start out with a particular topic but may move on to other issues as the discussion unfolds. Topics may include (but are not limited to): trust asymmetries, trust violation and recovery, trust in teams, trust in interorganizational relationships, trust across levels of analysis, ‘optimal’ trust, dimensions and definitions of trust, measurement of trust, trust versus distrust, trust dynamics, and trust and contracts; (3) The third segment consists of a paper development workshop, in which the facilitators provide in-depth feedback on work-in-progress trust research previously submitted by workshop participants. These papers should be in an advanced developmental stage, targeted at a scholarly management journal, and no more than 40 double-spaced pages in length.
Pre-registration is required for this PDW. Make sure you pre- register no later than July 23, 2018. To pre-register, please go to and enter in the requested information, including whether you wish to only participate in the first two segments, or also in the third (paper development) segment. The latter will require you to upload a paper of your project-in- progress. (Note that uploading a paper is not a guarantee it will be accepted for the paper development segment; we will be sending out notifications in the week of July 30.) After entering all the requested information, you will receive an approval code that allows you to officially register for the PDW on the AOM website. Registration is required for this PDW. Please make sure to register online no later than August 10, 2018.
KEY TO SYMBOLS Teaching-oriented Teaching-oriented   Practice-oriented Practice-oriented   International-oriented International-oriented   Theme-oriented Theme-oriented   Research-oriented Research-oriented   Teaching-oriented Diversity-oriented
Selected as a Best Paper Selected as a Best Paper