Cooperative Mechanism of Trust Between NGOs in China Context

Liang GAO, Binfeng XU, Wei SONG

Abstract


In recent years, non-governmental organizations appear in large numbers in China. However, due to the development of the NGO in China are still in its infancy, in order to better undertake the social functions and a part of the function of government transfer out, cooperation between non-governmental organizations have become a realistic choice. The process of cooperation between non-governmental organizations, mutual trust plays a vital role, to establish cooperation based on trust, not reach one’s aim in one move, but accomplished through a series of steps, including: Trust nuclear generation, to trust the spread of nuclear, temporary building trust relationship, to establish a stable communication mechanism, and finally establish on the basis of trust and collaboration. On the basis of trust cooperation is not spontaneous formation and self improvement, need to establish the corresponding management mechanism, by introducing advanced “third party assessment mechanism” to manage the problems in trust corporation.


Keywords


Management; Cooperation; Trust; NGO

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