Scale name: Organizational Trust Index (OTI)
The OTI evaluates trust in an organization with items that reflect five dimensions of trust.
Of note, trust is a key component of working relationships and efforts to encourage reconciliation following a rift.
Author(s) See the “about” tab at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) Website for the OTI.
Items: In 2021 there were 29 items on the scale.
The OTI is a 5-point rating scale. Each item can be rated from “very little” to “very great.”
The OTI refers to 5 dimensions:
Openness and Honesty
Concern for Employees
My immediate supervisor listens to me.
The manual reports alpha of .95 for the 29-items and a range of .85 to .90 for the five subscales.
Search for studies using the OTI.
See the information on the university website. The scale may be taken online. https://uccs.edu/trustresearch/organizational-trust-survey
A 50-page manual with test items and information is available from IABC (International Association of Business Communications).
Not specified on the UCCS website.
Nwankpa, Joseph K. and Roumani, Yaman (2014) "The Influence of Organizational Trust and Organizational Mindfulness on ERP Systems Usage," Communications of the Association for Information Systems: 34, Article 85. DOI: 10.17705/1CAIS.03485
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