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From Belief Systems To Risk Cultures And Their Role In Business Models

 Anette Mikes
  21st-Apr-2017
Description: The concept of culture is most useful if it helps to explain some of the most seemingly incomprehensible and irrational aspects of groups and organizations. (Schein, 1993:375). Risk culture is not separate kind of thing to culture in general. [] Semantics aside there is no doubt that a risk culture industry has been generated in recent years.
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Domain: Business
Category: Leadership & Strategy
Contributing Organization: LSE
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Anette Mikes

From belief systems to risk
cultures
- and their role in business models

LSE, 14 April 2016

The hold of “culture” over management
scholarship
• “The concept of culture is most useful if it helps to explain
some of the most seemingly incomprehensible and irrational
aspects of groups and organizations.” (Schein, 1993:375)
• “Risk culture is no ... See more

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