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Advances in Psychological Science    2015, Vol. 23 Issue (11) : 1886-1893     DOI: 10.3724/SP.J.1042.2015.01886
Conceptual Framework |
Congfigural of Trust: The Positive Effect of Trustasymmetry on Working Team
WANG Hongli1; WU Kunjin2; LIU Xiaolang1
(1 Faculty of Business Management, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou 510640, China)
(2 Faculty of Business Management, Guangdong University of Finance & Economics, Guangzhou 510640, China)
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Abstract  

Focusing on thecharacteristic of trust heterogeneity that omitted by most of recent trust studies, we have studied the major challenges that mainly occurred in the global teamwork——trust asymmetry. As a conceptual research, it tries to explorea dynamic mechanism model in which the positive effect of trust asymmetry on teamwork performance (individual performance) through the certain intermediation process. The research result is expectedto help managers underscore the working mechanismof trust asymmetry on the team, andprovide a viable proactive intervention strategies for the organization; furthermore,through exploring the positive role of trust asymmetryin promoting the team’s effectiveness, the research is willing to provide a useful perspective which can enrich the trust asymmetry research and enlighten future research on trust asymmetry.

Keywords working team      trust asymmetry      positive impacting effects     
Corresponding Authors: LIU Xiaolang, E-mail: bmhlwang@scut.edu.cn   
Issue Date: 15 November 2015
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WANG Hongli,WU Kunjin,LIU Xiaolang. Congfigural of Trust: The Positive Effect of Trustasymmetry on Working Team[J]. Advances in Psychological Science, 2015, 23(11): 1886-1893.
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