Corporate culture - Creating guardrails against unacceptable behavior
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Corporate culture can be difficult to define, but it can frequently differentiate successful companies from ones that struggle with morale, efficiency and other business challenges. Organizational behavior and employee activities are critical factors in maintaining an effective governance environment and subsequently achieving success. Businesses that have a sound corporate culture often exhibit similar characteristics, such as strong leadership, complete participation, accountability and investment in the company vision.
Despite its importance, corporate culture can often be overlooked when companies invest in enterprise risk management (ERM) and related governance initiatives. Controls that have been implemented can be overridden or ignored, but a strong culture creates a blueprint for acceptable conduct within your organization. Find out how to build a corporate culture that discourages undesired behavior and enhances quality and operational efficiencies.