Why boards should be sensitive to risk culture


    In their insightful paper, Dr Robert Kay and Dr Chris Goldspink draw on military history, banking collapses and space exploration to explain how problems in organisation culture occur.

    In this paper, Dr Robert Kay and Dr Chris Goldspink show how unquestioned assumptions can turn into beliefs, damaging organisations and their boards. The authors argue it is possible to identify factors that consistently influence risk culture, and provide a starting point from which to measure and manage it.

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