Gibt es eine Beziehung zwischen Organisationskultur und Risikovorkehrungen? Eine Studie in türkischen Unternehmen

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Zusammenfassung

Während das Thema „Risikomanagement“ in früheren Jahren eher als eine Art „Nebensache“ angesehen wurde, ist es heute zu einem Thema geworden, mit dem sich die Führungsebene einer Organisation persönlich beschäftigt. Studien zu diesem Themenbereich konzentrierten sich zunächst primär auf die finanzielle Perspektive und es handelte sich um ein Gebiet, mit dem sich Rechnungswesen- und Finanzexperten beschäftigten. In den letzten Jahren sind Studien zum Risikomanagement zunehmend auf den menschlichen Einfluss eingegangen und Verhalten in Organisationen wurde als einer der Schlüsselfaktoren angesehen. Damit Risikomanagement erfolgreich sein kann, müssen alle Mitarbeiter bezüglich Risikovermeidung proaktiv handeln und die Organisationskultur muss ein solches Verhalten unterstützen. In der vorliegenden Studie werden verschiedene Arten des Risikos, u.a. Terror-, Korruptions-, Technik- und Spionagerisiken eingehend betrachtet und es wird eine Verbindung zu unterschiedlichen Organisationskulturen hergestellt. Die Studie zeigt, dass die höchste Risikovorbereitung bei der Wettbewerbskultur und die niedrigste bei der Entrepreneurskultur besteht. Des Weiteren sind die Organisationen am besten auf Korruptionsrisiken und am wenigsten auf Terrorismusrisiken vorbereitet. Die Ergebnisse weisen darauf hin, dass bezüglich Organisationskultur und Risikoart die Beziehung zwischen der Wettbewerbskultur und Produktions- und Spionagerisiken am höchsten ist.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Fakultät für Wirtschaft, deutschsprachige Abteilung für BetriebswirtschaftslehreMarmara UniversitätBahçelievler, IstanbulTürkei
  2. 2.Lehrstuhl Arbeitsökonomie und Industrielle BeziehungenSüleyman Demirel ÜniversitesiÇünür/IspartaTürkei

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