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Risk Culture

In an increasingly complex corporate world, managing risks related to an organisation’s human capital is critical. Organisations invest heavily in policies and procedures, and hope that it’s enough. Few are willing to ‘lift the rug’ and understand what is truly driving their risk culture.

By truly understanding the attitudes, beliefs and motivations of employees, we can understand what drives their behaviour, and the way in which organisational policy may adversely affect their attitudes to risk.

A good, balanced risk culture helps organisations identify and take advantage of the right opportunities, to gain competitive advantage and reduce the total cost of risk.

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Latest insight on Risk Culture – through the human capital lens

Integrated risk management is achieved through a structured and coordinated approach that takes into account the spectrum of human capital elements, from overall company leadership to individual incentive programs.


Latest insight on Risk Culture – through the industry lens

There are unique considerations for managing risk culture depending on the industry. From haulage companies and financial institutions to pharmaceutical manufacturers and retailers, an effective and appropriate risk culture will look as different as the employee base, structure and objectives.