Ethics

Coaching Tip

At a time when fraud, sexual harassment, and other forms of workplace misconduct are making daily headlines, ethics has become as indispensable a tool for the modern workplace as technology or finance. In TAKING ETHICS SERIOUSLY , author John Hooker, provides an intellectual framework for deciding whether an action is ethical. Hooker brings his extensive background in philosophy, logic, and management science to the rigorous analysis of ethical dilemmas.

Ethics

Coaching Tip

At a time when fraud, sexual harassment, and other forms of workplace misconduct are making daily headlines, ethics has become as indispensable a tool for the modern workplace as technology or finance. In TAKING ETHICS SERIOUSLY , author John Hooker, provides an intellectual framework for deciding whether an action is ethical. Hooker brings his extensive background in philosophy, logic, and management science to the rigorous analysis of ethical dilemmas.

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Do Ethics Really Make You a Better Leader in Business?

Leading Blog

However, very few companies educate leaders about ethics and encourage leaders to discuss ethics with their teams. Ethics are usually an afterthought, taken seriously only after an event that causes a business or team to fall apart. If understood and put into practice by a dedicated leader, ethics have the potential to turn stagnant, declining teams into productive and engaged ones. Ethics are the foundation for peace and progress. Ethics

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Digital Deception: Unethical Sleight of Hand

Leading in Context

Technology has advanced to the point that we can't be sure whether or not what we're seeing is real. Things are not always as they seem. There are many new ways that bad actors are usual digital sleight of hand to trick us. And the list is growing.

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Breaking Through | A New Frontier of Technology and Innovation

N2Growth Blog

We are witnessing the creation of an entirely new paradigm, a fierce wave of technological innovation boosting generations of new businesses and business leaders. The pace of technological applications and innovations has increased significantly in recent years.

Ethics Is Serious Business

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post by John Hooker : Everyone knows that an organization can’t function without physical infrastructure communications, transportation, computer technology, and the rest. The field that provides this kind of know-how is called ethics. This means that ethics is serious business. Ethical dilemmas are at least as hard to resolve as engineering problems, and at least as urgent, particularly in our complex and fast-moving world. ethics John Hooker

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Ethics and AI: 3 Conversations Companies Need to Have

Harvard Business

Business ethics Risk management Technology and analytics AI and machine learning Data management Digital ArticleMove from abstract concerns to actionable plans.

Thinking Through the Ethics of New Tech…Before There’s a Problem

Harvard Business

Business ethics Technology and analytics AI and machine learning Risk management Digital ArticleHistorically, it’s been a matter of trial and error. There’s a better way.

Ethical Frameworks for AI Aren’t Enough

Harvard Business

Technology Demographics Ethics Digital ArticleYou need to be able translate your principles into metrics your team can use.

When Does Predictive Technology Become Unethical?

Harvard Business

Demographics Technology Ethics Transparency Digital ArticleWith machine learning, companies and governments can predict an awful lot about you.

Everyone in Your Organization Needs to Understand AI Ethics

Harvard Business

Ethics Technology Managing organizations Digital ArticleTreating it as a niche concern exposes your company to huge risks. Here’s how to get people to buy in.

Research: We Make More Virtuous Choices When Using Pen and Paper

Harvard Business Review

Psychology Personal ethics Decision making and problem solving Consumer behavior Technology and analytics Digital ArticleA hard copy makes a decision feel more real.

Thinking Through the Ethics of New Tech…Before There’s a Problem

Harvard Business

Business ethics Technology and analytics AI and machine learning Risk management Digital ArticleHistorically, it’s been a matter of trial and error. There’s a better way.

Why AI Customer Journeys Need More Friction

Harvard Business Review

Introduced at the right points, “good friction” can create a more transparent, ethical experience. AI and machine learning Sales and marketing Technology and analytics Business ethics Digital Article

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Are We Experiencing A Technology Tsunami?

Rich Gee Group

home about rich our team news our fans services executive coach business coach speaking inspire media knowledge books affiliates contact Rich Gee Group 203.500.2421 Are We Experiencing A Technology Tsunami? Over the past 25 to 30 years, technology has been zipping along the mainframe to desktop route and the entire tech institution has been riding along with it (and profiting greatly from it). How is technology changing for you?

Building Transparency into AI Projects

Harvard Business Review

Business ethics AI and machine learning Business and society Technology and analytics Automation Digital ArticleAs AI becomes ever more embedded in people’s lives, effective communication with stakeholders can define a product’s success — or failure.

Building Ethical AI for Talent Management

Harvard Business

Hiring Technology Ethics Digital ArticlePoorly designed algorithms will exacerbate hiring bias, not fix it.

A Practical Guide to Building Ethical AI

Harvard Business

Strategy Technology Digital ArticleAI doesn’t just scale solutions — it also scales risk.

The Legal and Ethical Implications of Using AI in Hiring

Harvard Business

Hiring Technology Ethics Digital ArticleWhat we risk when we ask machines to find the right person for the job.

The Ethical Dilemma at the Heart of Big Tech Companies

Harvard Business

Ethics Technology Digital ArticleDoing the right thing can be hard when it’s bad for business.

Weekly Round-Up: Is Technology the End of Introspection, The Power of Admitting a Mistake, 5 Principles of Ethical Leaders, and Leadership Strangers

leaderCommunicator

Welcome to my weekly round-up of top leadership and communication blog posts. As many of you know, each week I read and tweet several great articles and on Fridays, I pull some of my favorites together here on my blog. Weekly Round-Up

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AI Fairness Isn’t Just an Ethical Issue

Harvard Business

Social responsibility Data Technology Digital ArticleEliminating algorithmic bias can unlock value for your company.

How AI Can Help Companies Set Prices More Ethically

Harvard Business

Economics & Society Innovation Technology Digital ArticleAlgorithms should optimize for more than just profits.

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Create an Ethics Committee to Keep Your AI Initiative in Check

Harvard Business

Ethics Risk management Technology Digital ArticleIt’s about more than just mitigating bias.

100 Trends For 2014 (Including Responsibility and Reputation)

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Staying competent is an important part of today''s proactive ethical leadership. As we head into 2014, the trend reports at the links below will give you a "business leader''s preview" of what to expect in sectors that range from consumer trends, human resources, leadership and marketing to food, and technology. Ethical Leader Ethical Organization Trends

Don’t Leave “Ethical Tech” Out of Your Digital Transformation Plan - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM DELOITTE

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Disruptive innovation Technology Sponsor ContentSponsor content from Deloitte.

Is Your Company Using Employee Data Ethically?

Harvard Business

Supreme Court, once said , “Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have the right to do and what is right to do.” ” Associate Justice Stewart probably didn’t know how new data technologies would soon begin to blur those boundaries. While the benefits are clearly far-reaching and potentially game changing, there are ethical questions to consider. Managing people Analytics Personnel policies Ethics Digital Article

Overcoming the C-Suite’s Distrust of AI

Harvard Business

Business ethics Digital transformation IT management Technology and analytics AI and machine learning Algorithms Analytics and data science Automation Digital Article

AI Can Help Address Inequity — If Companies Earn Users’ Trust

Harvard Business

Algorithms Technology and analytics AI and machine learning Diversity and inclusion Business ethics Digital ArticleAirbnb built an algorithm to close the earnings gap between Black and white hosts. But Black hosts were significantly less likely to use it.

How IBM Is Working Toward a Fairer AI

Harvard Business

Demographics Diversity Ethics Technology Digital ArticleAnd what other companies can learn from their efforts.

100 Trends to Watch For 2013

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton 100 Trends to Watch For 2013 As we head into 2013, the trend reports at the links below will give you a “business leader’s preview” of what to expect in sectors that range from consumer trends, human resources, leadership and marketing to color, food, and technology. Trends Context complexity context based mindset ethical leadership context future trends Leadership leadership and management leadership development what is ethical leadership

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Praising Customers for Ethical Purchases Can Backfire

Harvard Business

Like leading the way in cup technology with the first U.S. In one study, participants viewed a short 40-second Starbucks commercial that either praised a customer for making an ethical purchase (it used phrasing such as: “Everything we do, you do. You buy more fair trade certified coffee than anyone else”) or praised the company for its ethical business practices (“Starbucks is the biggest buyer of fair trade coffee in the world”).

How to Monitor Your Employees — While Respecting Their Privacy

Harvard Business

Managing people Technology Ethics Digital ArticleFirst, ask yourself whether it’s really necessary.

If Your Company Uses AI, It Needs an Institutional Review Board

Harvard Business

Standard approaches ignore scores of possible ethical problems. Economics & Society Social responsibility Ethics Technology Digital ArticleTo better mitigate risk, companies should take a cue from the health care sector.

If Your Company Uses AI, It Needs an Internal Review Board

Harvard Business

Standard approaches ignore scores of possible ethical problems. Economics & Society Social responsibility Ethics Technology Digital ArticleTo better mitigate risk, companies should take a cue from the health care sector.

Does Your AI Have Users’ Best Interests at Heart?

Harvard Business

The law doesn’t always provide clear ethical boundaries. Regulation Social responsibility Ethics Technology Digital Article

How Machine Learning Pushes Us to Define Fairness

Harvard Business

Analytics Ethics Technology Digital ArticleThe systems we build reveal what we value.

Are Your Algorithms Upholding Your Standards of Fairness?

Harvard Business

Technology Ethics Digital ArticleA look at what happens when they don’t.

Is AI Bias a Corporate Social Responsibility Issue?

Harvard Business

Ethics Technology Digital ArticleImproving algorithms isn’t just good for your company.

Communication is a big problem with work – and that is how it ought to be

Mike Cardus

Humans, even with technology, cannot keep a meaning or feeling consistent as we communicate multiple times. Interactions are the driver of ethics and perceived communication within complex-adaptive systems. There is poor communication in this organization!

When Algorithms Decide Whose Voice Will Be Heard

Harvard Business

Technology Data Ethics Digital ArticleAs AI’s reach grows, the stakes will only get higher.

Where Managerial Leadership Begins

Skip Prichard

people, processes, technologies, assets, money, etc.) Such motivation comes from a strong work ethic, in general, and from valuing the nature of work of the role, in particular. This is an excerpt from Management Productivity Multipliers by Gerald Kraines, MD.

Talent Wins

Coaching Tip

Written for all leaders across organizations, TALENT WINS by Ram Charan, Dominic Barton and Dennis Carey, provides a much-needed framework for transforming how companies acquire, manage and deploy talent for today's agile, digital analytical, technologically driven strategic environment. Employee Engagement Platforms - Key Building Blocks for Delivering Better Employee Insights | Software Technology Blog.