Do you remember that story, where they tell about a city boy who, during his holidays in the country, knows another boy? They talk, play, have a lot of fun together, and then, at the end of the summer, they have to separate, of course. The city boy returns to the city, but promises the country boy to teach him mathematics, and the boy says: "Very well, write me how it works".
The complexity of the competitive scenarios has made classic organisational models useless and denied management culture the more traditional tools of governance. Without adequate references, organisational action becomes ineﬀective and, together with the route, commitment, determination and, above all, willingness to take responsibility are instantly lost.
The backpacker doesn't believe that trust is something to be created, he thinks it's better to talk about exchange. Trust is something that is exchanged through meetings, relationships, clashes. We have no experience of trust being created unilaterally. We can only speak of trust if we think about what "happens between" and therefore it is neither on one side nor the other: it is in the middle.