Business Strategy

How Culture Impacts Attitudes to Risk: Slides

  • July 8, 2020
Prof. Anette Mikes (Oxford Saïd) discusses how culture affects attitudes towards risk, the challenge of establishing consensus between competing national and organisational cultures, and the tensions of the interface between risk management, business ethics and management control. She characterises the reactions of different types of political and business leaders (individualists, egalitarians, interventionists, fatalists) and the

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