Webinar Playback: Auditing Culture Risk
10/10/2019
​Culture risk has gained the attention of company leaders as the cause of many incidents of misconduct that have impacted the public's trust. Even if a company has a well-defined strategy, if the company culture does not support its execution, success is less likely. Culture can be observed, monitored, and changed over time to mitigate misconduct and encourage strategic behaviors. A broader cultural program, while addressing the specific issues of governance, compliance, and risk management, will also focus on understanding how the organization makes decisions to meet the demands of its various stakeholders, and how these decisions influence culture, both current and desired.

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