Scheduled: Saturday, July 31 2021, 4:00PM - 7:00PM EDT.
Format: Real-Time – Open: Presenters and audience on live video.
There is no need to register for this workshop.
Organizers: Oliver Schilke, Bart De JongPanelists: David de Cremer, Ella Glikson, Paul Pavlou
Facilitators: Anna Brattström, Sarah Doyle, Jennifer Feitosa, Anneloes Raes
Workshop Summary: Trust is a fundamental characteristic of organizational relationships and one of the most frequently studied concepts in management research today. This annual PDW is aimed at advancing research on trust by serving as a platform for scholars to discuss critical issues, engage in dialogue, and help further research-in-progress. The workshop consists of three segments: (1) The first segment starts off with a panel discussion, in which leading scholars share their thought-provoking ideas on this year's focal topic of "trust in the digital age"; (2) For the second segment, attendees break into roundtables to discuss various relevant issues in current trust research. Each table will start out with a particular topic but may move on to other issues as the discussion unfolds. Topics may include (but are not limited to): trust asymmetries, trust violation and recovery, trust in teams, trust in interorganizational relationships, trust across levels of analysis, trust in networks, trust dynamics, and trust and contracts; (3) The third segment consists of a paper development workshop, in which the facilitators provide in-depth feedback on work-in-progress trust research previously submitted by workshop participants. These papers should be in an advanced developmental stage, targeted at a scholarly management journal, and no more than 40 double-spaced pages in length. If you are interested in participating in the paper development segment, please submit your work by email to the workshop organizers, Oliver Schilke (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Bart de Jong (Bart.deJong@acu.edu.au), no later than July 23, 2021.
Hope to see you then!
Oliver Schilke (University of Arizona)
Bart De Jong (Australian Catholic University)