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Links 1 through 10 of 76 by Richard Veryard tagged trust

David Freedman's latest book came out in June, 2010. It's called WRONG: Why experts* keep failing us--and how to know when not to trust them. It's about all the forces that push experts, be they top scientists, high-powered consultants, pop gurus, financial whizzes or journalistic pundits (like me), into misleading us with flawed advice, and discusses ways to tell good expert advice from the dubious stuff.

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Ioannidis’s work calls into question how much we can trust the evidence base that people are calling on to support evidence-based practice. According to Ioannidis, there’s scarcely a body of medical research that’s not badly undermined by multiple factors that will create either bias or error. And these errors persist, he says, because people and institutions are invested in them.

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When financial and economic systems fail, trust in the state and its institutions pays the price. After the economic crisis and its exposure of the irresponsibility of global capitalism, the first step to restoring social trust is understanding what went wrong, writes historian Geoffrey Hosking.

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We are increasingly interconnected due to technology but that doesn’t make us any wiser or closer to each other. ... Connection by technology without trust is merely traffic. Trusted connection without technology is an opportunity lost.

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I wanted a symbol that signifies authentic trust relationships between the producers and adopters of open-system components (Solomon & Flores 2001). The symbol I've chosen is intended to emphasize recognition of trustworthiness in software. I will use it as the logotype for TROSTing.org. It will also be used to signify TROSTing in diagrams and in other presentations. The symbol is also designed to suggest important process models used in development of information-technology systems and remind us of the degree that trust relationships matter in those undertakings.

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Social Media is rooted in relationships, the dynamic interaction and collaboration between real people. We learned and continue to learn how to communicate in public forums, evolving our personal views on privacy and uncertainty as we transform from digital introverts to social extroverts.

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Here's the thing about the life of Walter Cronkite: At every turn, he acted as if he had a responsibility to his audience. He didn't do the right thing because he thought it would help him get ahead and then one day he'd get his share. Instead, he always did the right thing because that's who he was. No sellouts, no political consulting, no false transparency. Transparency works if it's authentic.
That's the way it is.

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The large, hierarchical corporations that dominated business in the 20th century will not completely disappear in the 21st century, but they will become less important. In their place will be new, more flexible ways of organizing large-scale work that provide great freedom and take advantage of people’s energy and creativity. All of them will depend on the Internet.

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the ancient fear-shame dynamic that secretly undermines intimate relationships. To briefly recapitulate, usually subtle (but sometimes obvious) anxiety or fear in one partner triggers shame-avoidant behavior (withdrawal or anger) in the other, and vice versa.

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Small is the new big. Sustainable is the new growth. Trust is the new competitive advantage.

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