This is an interesting article in how to manage culture within an organization. Multinational organizations grapple with this daily and it can be a daunting task for auditors to audit culture. Have you ever performed a culture audit? How does your organization handle culture?
There’s a new ‘Good Practice Guide’ from Australia. The Ethics Centre, Governance Institute of Australia,Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand, and IIA– Australia recently released Managing Culture – A Good Practice Guide.
This is a topic I have been writing about for several years. In addition to covering it in World-Class Risk Management, I have posted about a dozen times on the topic in the last 5 years, here and at iaonline.theiia.org.
In my posts, I make the point that there are many aspects or dimensions to culture, just as there are many dimensions to the behavior you want it to drive.
They may include:
- Acting with integrity
- Working as a team towards shared goals
- Putting the enterprise ahead of personal interests
- Complying with corporate policies
- Sharing and communicating
- Listening and empowering
- Treating all others with respect
- Respect for authority
- Tolerance for dissent
- Considering risk…
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