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Flowers in a FieldAs the Institutional Integrity and Risk Management (IIRM) team comes together, we are exploring the concept of trust. Research by James and Laurie Grunig suggests that trust in organizations is three-dimensional: competence, integrity and dependability/reliability. Competence is the belief that an organization has the ability to do what it says it will do and the extent to which the organization is effective. Integrity is the belief that an organization is fair and just. Dependability is the belief that an organization will do what it says it will do and that it acts in a consistent and reliable manner. We invite you to share your thoughts on these or other dimensions, and the ways UNC can improve the climate of trust.

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