RSS I Facebook I Twitter I LinkedIn I E-Newsletter                             

Saskatoon Luncheon (May 8th): "Discussions about Ethics in I.T."
Date: 
Wed, 05/08/2013
Event Location: 
(Saskatoon)

 

Presenter:                          Donna Lindskog, I.S.P. (ret)       

Title of Presentation:       Discussions about Ethics in I.T.

Date:                                   May 8, 2013

Venue:                                ParkTown,  924 Spadina Crescent East         

 

Register at:   http://www.picatic.com/saskatoonmay8

Registration deadline:  Friday, May 3, 2013

   

Presentation Overview

 A very important part of our professionalism efforts should be discussions about Ethics. There will be a short review of the CIPS Code of Ethics that we have all signed, and a more general discussion about the definition of Ethics and why they require that we have ongoing discussion or at least ongoing thoughts about them.

 

Donna will present some of her thoughts and questions about specific issues.  How much are we ethically required to tell our clients/ customers?  What impact might ethics have on IT Architecture?  How are IT Ethics different from Business Ethics?  Most importantly, how can CIPS gather such questions and build some consensus about them?

 

Speaker Biography

Donna Lindskog is an Information Systems Professional (I.S.P.) and has her Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Regina. She has worked in the IT industry since 1978. Most of those years were at SaskTel where she progressed from Programmer, to Business Analyst, to Manager. At one point she had over 48 IT positions reporting to her and she has experience outside of IT managing Engineers.

 

Donna has had extensive involvement with CIPS including executive work as Director of Professionalism and chair of the Saskatchewan IT Sector Partnership. In 2004 Donna worked on the committee that developed an updated version of the national CIPS Code of Ethics and Standard of Conduct. Donna retired from SaskTel in November of 2011 and has since been taking University classes including a class about Ethics.    

 

Agenda:

11:30am   Registration, Networking & Buffet lunch

12:00pm   Welcome, Announcements and Introductions

12:05pm   Presentation

1: 00pm   Questions & Adjournment

 

  

Share this

CIPS Corporate Partners

The following organizations have demonstrated their commitment to professionalism, ethics, and high standards for the I.T. profession through their support of CIPS. CIPS thanks all its partners for their contribution. Become a CIPS Corporate Partner Today! - Send an email to jelias@cips.ca 

                       

                    


RocketTheme Drupal Themes