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Measuring Culture and Conduct risk

Measuring Culture and Conduct risk

by Tom Reader

Associate Professor, Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science, London School of Economics

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Organizational culture theory proposes that behavior within an institution—for example collaboration, speaking- up, misconduct, or risk- taking—arises from the values prioritized by employees and managers. By developing shared norms around the practices that are encouraged (e.g., teamwork) and discouraged (e.g., risk-taking) within an institution, culture acts as a form of “social control” that defines what is important and how people should behave ... (cont)

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