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    • An evaluation of the risk culture at management level in a South African government organisation 

      Naidoo, Gonaseelan Soobramoney (North-West University (South Africa), Vaal Triangle Campus, 2015)
      A strong risk culture is critical for any organisation to manage its risks. Recent reports from the Auditor-General about a South African government institution (Auditor General of South Africa, 2014) demonstrated that its ...
    • Key risk indicators and risk culture in a South African insurance organisation 

      Bezuidenhout (Naude), Christine (North-West University (South Africa), Vaal Triangle Campus, 2016)
      The study aims to explore the risk culture maturity at different management levels of a South African insurance company, to gain insight into Key Risk Indicators (KRIs), and to examine the connection between the level of ...
    • Risk culture assessment at a small provident fund institution 

      Modimakwane, Dinah (North-West University, Vaal Triangle Campus, 2018)
      This study seems to be the only one conducted hitherto at a small provident fund institution, with a focus on risk culture manifest through employees and various outsourced service providers with a close relationship with ...
    • Risk culture assessment of a financial services organisation 

      Padayachee, Kishenthren (North-West University (South Africa), Vaal Triangle Campus, 2016)
      Academic interest in the topic of organisational culture and its effects on management practice has increased dramatically since the 2008 financial crisis, following which risk culture was identified as a key contributor ...
    • A risk culture comparison between risk practitioners and business managers 

      Harding, Ané-A (North-West University (South Africa), Vaal Triangle Campus, 2016)
      When external auditors identified a lack of buy-in into risk management in a telecommunications organisation and gave a ‘risk immature’ rating, it aligned with the perception of a poor risk culture. Risk culture relates ...
    • Risk culture in a south African government institution 

      Gutshwa, Bhekokwakhe Henry (2016)
      Risk culture is defined as norms of behaviour for individuals and groups that determine the collective ability to identify and understand, openly discuss and act on an organisation’s current and future possible risks. ...
    • Stakeholder perception of risk tone in an insurance company 

      Naicker, Bathmanathan (North-West University (South Africa), Vaal Triangle Campus, 2016)
      was evaluated in this study. Risk tone was viewed as both the result, and behavioural enabler of risk culture. The pilot version of the UARM Risk Culture Questionnaire (UARM RCQ-2016) was used as the survey instrument. The ...