Trust Digest 123 (January 12, 2016)


China Wants Microsoft to Explain Major Problems With Its Data 

Big technology companies spend a lot of time cutting deals with the Chinese government and its affiliates to improve relations. But, sometimes all that schmoozing is futile when China wants to enforce its tough laws that govern foreign companies doing business in the country.
Key Words: Microsoft, China, Anti-Monopoly, Technology Companies 
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Situational Security, Predictability, Integrity    


Volkswagen struggling to agree fix for U.S. test cheating cars 

BERLIN/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Volkswagen is struggling to agree with U.S. authorities a fix for vehicles capable of cheating emissions tests.       
Key Words: VW, Diesel Emissions Scandal, US 
Trust Issues: Security, Predictability, Integrity, Benevolent Concern    
  


In 2016, Users Will Trust Health Apps More Than Their Doctors 

With healthcare reform and more advanced data becoming available, mobile health apps will not only see growing number of users, but studies suggest they will, for the first time, become people's preferred resource over physicians.  
Key WordsJennifer Elias, Health Care Applications, Physicians  
Trust Issues: Relative Power, Predictability, Integrity, Capability, Conflict of Interests 
 


New Year 2016: How Consumers Will Rock Health Care     

It's 2016 and health care is at a never-before moment of change.     
Key Words Healthcare Industry, Lynn Vos, 2016, Trustruption 
Trust IssuesConflict of Interests, Relative Adjustment, Capability, Relative Power, Benevolent Concern
  


7 Ways To Avoid Destroying Trust 

Recently, a conference organizer approached me to be a keynote speaker at an event, and my initial reaction was very positive. 
Key Words: Honesty, Transparency, John Hall, Influence&Co   
Trust Issues: Security, Adjustment, Capability, Benevolent Concern 


Business Leaders Get an 'F' in Ethics, Yet Again 

Each year, Gallup asks people to rate the honesty and ethics of a range of professionals. In 2015, nurses again topped the list, followed by pharmacists, physicians, and high school teachers.  
Key Words: Business Leaders, Business Ethics, Gallup Poll, US 
Trust Issues: Security, Predictability, Adjustment , Relative Power 


Sean Penn Met With ‘El Chapo’ for Interview in His Hide-Out 

Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo, started out in business not long after turning 6, selling oranges and soft drinks.  
Key Words: Sean Penn , El Chapo, Rolling Stone Magazine, Mexico 
Trust Issues: Adjustment, Relative Power, Security, Predictability, Integrity  


Follow us at  


©
Consortium for Trustworthy Organizations 2013  |  33 West 60th Street 4th Floor  |  New York, NY 10023
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software