Introduction and Purpose
Increasingly data ethics is becoming recognized as important not just as a “fuzzy” concept of corporate social responsibility but as both a commercial differentiator and as a real influence on our day to day experience and a key management risk.
Your organization is already doing “ethics” whether you explicitly consider it or not. The question is whether it is a “best efforts” production without the clear guidance of principles. Is your organization’s leadership setting the tone from the top? Do you have appropriate systems of management in place to support ethical decisions and actions? This course provides a detailed framework with practical tools and techniques for implementing an ethical information management strategy.
Learners will come away from the course with
- An overview of Ethical Concepts as related to Information Management
- Three types of Normative Ethics in organizations
- An overview of practical methods to align ethics with Information Governance
- Risk management, Information management practices.
Training will be delivered through a ½ day interactive seminar. Delegates will receive a certificate evidencing their attendance and the content covered for their own Continuous Professional Development records.
Bookings are closed for this event.