In a turbulent environment, companies face disruptive events and must build organisational resilience in order to thrive. This unique book offers new, cutting-edge research on how trust can build and develop resilience. The authors combine theoretical and empirical perspectives on the two issues of trust and organisational resilience in an environment that is difficult to predict. The authors firstly discuss the challenges the turbulent environment poses before exploring the influence of trust and providing practical case studies on topics such as brand trust, dynamic capabilities and business models. Examples are drawn from high-growth enterprises demonstrating first-hand how organisations that develop trust have survived turbulent conditions. This novel book is the first to combine the two disciplines of trust and resilience and will be a valuable reference for researchers and upper level students of strategic management and crisis management in particular.