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|Title: ||Trust & Control - Black & White?|
|Authors: ||Gerelsaikhan, Gerelmaa|
|Advisor: ||Scheuer, John Damm|
Bank of Mongolia
ethics and morals
|Examination Date: ||10-Jun-2009|
|Issue Date: ||11-Jun-2009|
|Abstract: ||The primary intention of the project is not to give any policy recommendation or create
an ideal development model for Moncord CU, but rather to understand the organization
and its structure and its trust relationship with its members and how can it be
understood in modern organizational context.
The problem formulation will be answered with the help of presented theories and
collected empirical data. The hypothesis in this project is that Moncord’s members trust
is the most crucial element in existence of the organisation. The project is here to
understand the relationship between ‘control’ and ‘trust’ relationship in this
organization, when there is no control embedded from the external organizations. The
introductory chapter has given empirical understanding of the problem that the
regulatory framework is weak, in terms of systematic control quality organisation does
not exist and furthermore the discussion will be taken place in form of understanding
the foundations of member trust in Moncord.
The theories of “Trust” and “Trust/Control Duality” will support the problem
formulation in the terms of giving theoretical explanation in the form of overall
understanding of members’ trust in Moncord, moreover how it support the control
system and in return, how the control system creates trust in this organisation.
The theory of cultural dimensions will give a different angle to the problem formulation
by supporting it with cultural understanding of individuals and organisation and to
what extent it can influence the concept of trust and control in the organisation. The
empirical data will demonstrate the ideas presented in the theories chapter.|
|Education: ||Erhvervsøkonomi (HA) / Business Economics - not master thesis|
|Appears in Collections:||Projektrapporter og specialer / Projectreports and master thesis|
Erhvervsøkonomi/HA rapporter / Business Economics Projects
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