Sometimes using what is ambiguous and unknown can build trust. By experimenting, learning, applying and iterating we build trust in ourselves and each other. Give it a try! Thank you Barbara Kimmel and Trust Across America - Trust Across the World for the opportunity to be part of #TRUSTGiving2014.
"Taking risk requires trust – to discover, try, re-try, be okay with uncertainty, imperfection and even fail. That’s why learning how to inexpensively and quickly Experiment-Learn-Apply-Iterate is critical to building trust." Read on....
A 2-fer! One of my favorite companies & sites! Menasha, 165+ years old, is growing, profitable, solving customers' real problems and having an impact. Key? Integrity - it truly pays dividends. Read on.
"While much has been written about the relationship between integrity, trust and profitability in the last few years, there are companies who have lived this for over 100 years, like a 165 year old, billion dollar plus, 6 generation family business in Wisconsin, Menasha Corp. Last year, in a discussion on the paradox of integrity, trust and vulnerability with John Hagel, Saul Kaplan, Mike Waite, President of Menasha Packaging Corp. (MPC) and myself, shared how integrity is key to Menasha’s success." Read on..