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IT in the Global Economy

by: Adonis Nader

IT in the Global Economy IT 304

Adonis Nader
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Date Created: 09/28/15
IT 304 Due Dates 0 Next week 0 5 graphical trends over time 0 Which metrics support and go against your metrics O O 1 Personal Ethics a Example situation 1 i What are the ethical issues 1 False statements in reports 2 Katy may show Doug favoritism because of personal relationship 3 Failure to report progress or lack thereof prior to the end of the project 4 Assigning untrained personnel to positions of leadership 5 Ensure all team members understand roles and responsibilities 6 Lack of planning upfront ii What are the applicable ethical standards 1 To assist colleagues and coworkers in their professional development and support them in following this code of ethics 2 To avoid injuring others their property reputation or employment by false or malicious action 3 To seek accept and offer honest criticism of technical work to acknowledge and correct errors and to credit properly the contributions of others 4 To maintain and improve our technical competence and to undertake technological tasks for others only if qualified by training or experience or after full disclosure of pertinent limitations 5 To be honest and realistic in statin claims or estimates based on available data 6 To avoid real or perceived con icts of interest whenever possible 7 To accept responsibility in making decisions consistent with the safety health and welfare of the public and to doscpse rptu factors that might endanger the public or the environment iii What should each do ethically 1 Doug a Admit to inability to meet schedule and asked for help b Not lie in final report c Avoided perceived con ict of interest 2 Katy a Should have disclosed C01 and monitored progress of team b Maintain positive control of final report 3 Roberto Monday February 21 2011 IT 304 a Function as a team member and offer assistance in completing software testing b Bring up potential COI with management 4 Anyone Else a Management should be certain no COI exists and personnel adequately trained iv b Our Class Code of Ethics i What is an code of ethic How you choose to behave ii Why have standards 1 Effects how the customer views your company 2 Repeats future business 3 Ethics is good business iii What are some good ethical standards we can live by as a class 1 Do not lie 2 Do not plagiarize 3 Do not harass coworkers based on a Respect others golden rule Accept responsibility for own actions accepting only work that you are qualified to perform Keep products to the highest standard control costs and meet schedules commitments a Or inform client of lower standard options and consequences thereof Assist other team members work as a team help develop professionally and behave ethically Maintain project and interpersonal confidentiality and or security Act in a socially conscious manner J 01 O 00 gt1 c Codes of Ethics for ICT 39 Association for Computing Machinery ACM ii IEEE ii39 International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium Inc ISC iv Information Systems Security Association ISS d Case Studies i 1 1 Should have admitted early on she was having problems 2 Should not have plagiarized a Should have given credit for work 3 Manager should have listened 6 not her fault ii 2 1 What should she do Monday February 21 2011


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