Archives for May 9th, 2002

TRUSTWORTHY GOVERNMENT: STRATEGIES FOR BUILDING TRUST AND PERFORMANCE

Book News, PublicNet: 9 May, 2002

By David G. CarnevaleThis book provides valuable insights and useful guidance for those seeking to develop trust in organizations. By identifying the key connections between trust, learning, and high performance, Trustworthy Government shows how to restore trust in contemporary public organizations. David Carnevale explains that trust and distrust are not destiny–they arise from the choices organizations make about how they will be designed and managed. He develops a comprehensive model of trust that goes beyond the management theories of the past, and reveals the actions needed to build higher levels of trust in the workplace. Carnevale explains the concept of trust within an organization and shows how trust influences individual, group, and organizational performance. More important, he shows that trust is at the core of an organization’s success.
Published by , Jossey-Bass. ISBN: 0-787-90062-1. 32 US dollars.

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NEW TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTES BRING HE AND FE TOGETHER

Headlines, PublicNet: 9 May, 2002

Technology colleges are to be set up across the regions of England to help businesses struggling to fill skilled information technology jobs.Eighteen regional groupings of higher education institutions, further education colleges, and private sector partners, have been given the go-ahead to set up New Technology Institutes (NTIs) with the brief to offer high quality training in advanced technology skills.

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NOT QUITE THE JOB

Headlines, PublicNet: 9 May, 2002

An influential House of Commons committee is calling for the proposed new ‘community support officers’ to be in different uniforms to police officers.Plans to create community support officers (CSOs) are found in the Police Reform Bill. They’d have some, but not all, of the powers of police officers.

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