by Albert M. Erisman and David W. Gill IBTE Links CEOs, Techies, Critics The Institute for Business, Technology, and Ethics (IBTE) exists to promote the transformation of business through appropriate technology and ethical values. Why do we believe this is a critical need today? Advances in technology, particularly information technology, have created change in every …
By Albert M. Erisman Schools from the kindergarten level through the university level are rushing to embrace technology in their educational programs. Businesses are aggressively seeking to use technology effectively in educational programs for employee training (see Conversation with Richard Osgood). It’s not hard to understand the reasons for this enthusiasm. Information technology has recently …
Richard Osgood describes his position and his projects at Andersen Consulting Education.
By David W. Gill A “benchmark ethics” for today’s world of business and technology targets the highest (not the lowest) common denominator set of moral values. In Benchmark Ethics, Issue 1 (“Finding a Common Standard,” IBTE Bulletin, October 1998), I argued that we will recognize such a benchmark ethics when we see it, much the …
Introduction Information has always been recognized as central to business. Financial and marketing information is at the heart of business decisions, regardless of the business. Some businesses have information at the core of their strategy, such as a reservation system for an airline or the insurance business. Information is the key to product improvement for …
Roger Eigsti chats about technological innovation and ethical dilemmas at SAFECO.
Leadership is an Art
by Max DePree
Reengineering the Corporation
by Michael Hammer and James Champy
by Nicholas Negroponte
Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology
by Neil Postman
Paradigm Shift: The New Promise of Information Technology
by Don Tapscott and Art Caston
Why Things Bite Back: Technology and the Revenge of Unintended Consequences by Edward Tenner