A: I think we need to trust, moving forward, that decisions affecting the entire unit will not be made without discussion. (A tells this to B because B did something by himself that affected the entire unit. So A is warning him right now.
What does marked phrase mean here? How does marked phrase modify the sentence? Is it a reduced clause or participle?
Can I just use "moving forward" or "starting now" instead of "from now on" ?
a- You will report to me from now on.
b- You will report to me, starting now. (Is it okay to leave that phrase, starting now, like this?)
c- You will report to me, moving forward. (Is it okay to leave that phrase, starting now, like this?)