Trust, performance and well-being in Nordic working life and management research

Ole Henning Sørensen, Peter Hasle, Christian Uhrenholdt Madsen, Tommy Isidorsson (Redaktør)

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Resumé

In the last decades there has been a growing focus in working life and management research on sustainable organizational development that simultaneously improve organizational outcomes such as productivity and quality and employee outcomes such as well-being and job-satisfaction. Research has pointed to trust as an important component of participatory management practices having simultaneous positive outcomes for organizational productivity and employee well-being. The aim of this paper is to establish an overview of the results of Nordic working life and man-agement research inquiring in the consequences of trust based management practices for organi-zational and employee outcomes. The paper draws on a literature study of research publications (articles, dissertations, books) analysing empirical material from Nordic countries. The findings suggest that trust is an important prerequisite for establishing cooperation and employee partici-pation in the companies, combating sickness and high absence rates, developing innovative capa-bilities and successfully implementing organisational changes. The paper concludes with manage-rial advices for using trust as a strategic tool in Nordic companies.
OriginalsprogDansk
TitelThe 7th Nordic Working Life Conference : Threats and Possibilities Facing Nordic Working Life
RedaktørerTommy Isidorsson
Udgivelses stedGothenburg, Sweden
Publikationsdato2014
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-91-981195-5-8
StatusUdgivet - 2014
Udgivet eksterntJa
BegivenhedNordic Working Life Conference 2014 - Göteborg, Göteborg, Sverige
Varighed: 11. jun. 201413. jun. 2014

Konference

KonferenceNordic Working Life Conference 2014
LokationGöteborg
LandSverige
ByGöteborg
Periode11/06/201413/06/2014

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  • Trust, Nordic, well-being, performance

Citer dette

Sørensen, O. H., Hasle, P., Madsen, C. U., & Isidorsson, T. (red.) (2014). Trust, performance and well-being in Nordic working life and management research. I T. Isidorsson (red.), The 7th Nordic Working Life Conference : Threats and Possibilities Facing Nordic Working Life Gothenburg, Sweden.
Sørensen, Ole Henning ; Hasle, Peter ; Madsen, Christian Uhrenholdt ; Isidorsson, Tommy (Redaktør). / Trust, performance and well-being in Nordic working life and management research. The 7th Nordic Working Life Conference : Threats and Possibilities Facing Nordic Working Life. red. / Tommy Isidorsson. Gothenburg, Sweden, 2014.
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Sørensen, OH, Hasle, P, Madsen, CU & Isidorsson, T (red.) 2014, Trust, performance and well-being in Nordic working life and management research. i T Isidorsson (red.), The 7th Nordic Working Life Conference : Threats and Possibilities Facing Nordic Working Life. Gothenburg, Sweden, Nordic Working Life Conference 2014, Göteborg, Sverige, 11/06/2014.

Trust, performance and well-being in Nordic working life and management research. / Sørensen, Ole Henning; Hasle, Peter; Madsen, Christian Uhrenholdt; Isidorsson, Tommy (Redaktør).

The 7th Nordic Working Life Conference : Threats and Possibilities Facing Nordic Working Life. red. / Tommy Isidorsson. Gothenburg, Sweden, 2014.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapport/konference-proceedingKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

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Sørensen OH, Hasle P, Madsen CU, Isidorsson T, (ed.). Trust, performance and well-being in Nordic working life and management research. I Isidorsson T, red., The 7th Nordic Working Life Conference : Threats and Possibilities Facing Nordic Working Life. Gothenburg, Sweden. 2014