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Trust-O-Meter is out

Finally. The world is holding its breath. Trust-O-Meter, version 1.0 is out in Google PlayStore. Congratulations, myself.

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Edelman, again

Another year, another Edelman trust barometer. In brief (for the UK): we trust government and media less than a year ago. We also trust energy companies less and other companies more. Were you able to predict this trend? I think … Continue reading

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As a member of Trust Across America, I recently received a poster with 2014 weekly reflections on organisational trust. You can have your own copy from here. One of them stroke me as being particularly true. Week 50: “The Swedish … Continue reading

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Aren’t we optimistic?

It will take five to 10 years to rebuild public trust in banks. That’s not my assessment. This is what Antony Jenkins, the Group Chief Executive of Barclays said recently . Well, he knows a thing or two, as the … Continue reading

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Quoting the quote

“Businesses and users are going to use technology only if they can trust it.” That’s not me. That’s Satya Nadella, Microsoft Executive Vice President. Strangely, he is almost right. Almost, because businesses are not looking at an abstract trustworthiness. They … Continue reading

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