Purpose is at the core of every organisation. But a purposeful organisation is nothing without the trust of its stakeholders.

Trust is the new standard for organisations. Operating without trust is fraught with risk and often at the detriment of innovation and progress.

For some organisations, trust needs to be repaired. However, for many others, the focus is on scaling trust to strategically create new value.

How can future enterprises professionalise trust to create new organisational value? In part two of our series, world-leading experts in trust and strategy will share their research and industry collaborations, outlining a way forward for cultivating and scaling trust in the future enterprise.

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  • AEST (UTC+10): 8-9am, Thursday 12 May 2022
  • EDT (UTC -4): 6-7pm, Wednesday 11 May 2022


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Professor Amisha Mehta

Professor, QUT Business School

Professor Amisha Mehta specialises in risk and crisis communication and trust at the QUT Business School. She applies this expertise in emerging industries like hydrogen energy and commercial drones and in the context of corporate, health, and natural hazard emergencies. Amisha’s research has been translated into new national policy via the Australian Warnings System and new organisational practice. She leads the World Meteorological Organization’s High Impact Weather trust project. Amisha’s teaching and research have been recognised by national and industry associations.

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Hazhir Rahmandad

Schussel Family Professor of Management Science

Hazhir Rahmandad is an Associate Professor of System Dynamics and Schussel Family Professor of Management Science at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Hazhir's research draws on fieldwork, quantitative models, and experimental data to understand the adoption of different strategies among firms. His research has shown how significantly different strategies in terms of employee’s experience could co-exist in mass market services and has elaborated on challenges to adoption of ‘good jobs’ strategies in this sector. Hazhir’s research also spans methodological and public health contributions and has been funded by National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation.

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Stuart Krusell

Senior Director, MIT Sloan Global Programs; Senior Lecturer, MIT Global and Economic Management Group

Stuart Krusell is a Senior Director at MIT Sloan Global Programs and a Senior Lecturer within the Global and Economic Management Group, teaching the Global Organizations Lab (GO-Lab), innovation, and global strategy.

A graduate of Colby College and the Harvard Kennedy School, he joined MIT Sloan with the Leadership Center after serving in cross-sector senior leadership positions around the globe, focusing on the interaction between government, business, and citizens.

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