The Group for Organizational Effectiveness (gOE) is celebrating its 30th anniversary! Launched in 1987, we have provided consulting and research services, tools, and workshops to over one-third of the Fortune 100, as well as many mid-sized firms, government agencies and the armed services
Is trust "nice-to-have" or a business imperative?
We've all been taught that trust is important at work. But but does trust really matter or is it simply "nice-to-have"?
Does trust, or lack of it, affect team performance and impact the bottom line? Do some teams need it more than others do? Does trust in your team members matter or is trusting your team leader enough? Let's examine what team science can tell us about these questions...
gOE, the team behind gOEbase, is working on a three-year research grant from NASA to study how to best compose and develop long-duration space flight (LDSF) teams, for example, the crew that would fly a mission to Mars. Long-duration space missions present unique challenges, including some that prior space crews have never faced.