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Corporate culture

Last updated: 27th February 2017

Corporate culture is defined as a ‘combination of the values, attitudes and behaviours manifested by a company in its operations and relations with its stakeholders.’. The prevailing culture will orient employees towards organisations risk and their own risk responsibilities. Therefore, risk managers should consider the impact of culture on the risks associated with their organisation’s people.

This resource consists of two parts to help Airmic members start this process:

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The importance of managing corporate culture - guide

Airmic

A practical guide which can help members:

  • Understand the importance of managing culture
  • Identify the key drivers of culture

Risk culture profiling toolkit

Airmic and QBE

An online too, shared by QBE, which members can use to:

  • Assess existing culture
  • Gain insights into best practice for developing a positive risk culture
  • Benchmark culture against industry averages
  • Create an action plan to develop corporate culture