RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)


Using a case study, the authors explore the mediating role of organizational culture in individual Risk-taking decisions and behaviors. They argue that organizational culture can establish unique conditions that lead to highly reliable performance of high-Risk, undesired tasks. The authors also discuss the need for further research and its implications for Risk management.

Repository Citation

Seth Tuler, Gary E. Machlis & Roger E. Kasperson, Mountain Goat Removal in Olympic National Park: A Case Study of the Role of Organizational Culture in Individual Risk Decisions and Behavior, 3 RISK 317 (1992).