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Making Ethics Part of Regular Discussions at UnitingCare Queensland

Published: 04 August 2017

ID: G00340550

Analyst(s): Frank Buytendijk , Heather Colella , Christie Struckman


UnitingCare uses digital technology in a wide variety of value-producing services, collecting large amounts of information, which can lead to a number of ethical issues. To make ethical decisions, the CIO says that conversations need to happen at all levels in the organization.

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  • Digital Technology Investments Engender Ethical Questions
  • Embedding Ethical Considerations in Everyone’s Thinking

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