“When I think of technology ethics, I think of the implications of how technology shapes our culture and our society; essentially technology changes what humans do in the world, and can do in the world, and how humans perceive the world.”
– Cennydd Bowles
Today’s digital technology has the power to influence our behaviour on a global scale, for better and for worse. And with financial rewards often disrupted by the need for other workplace values, such as flexibility, it’s in an employer’s best interest to ensure its digital workplace is ticking all the right ethical boxes. But what does an “ethical” digital workplace look like?
Guests, Cennydd Bowles, digital product designer and writer, and Louise Bloom, digital consultant specializing in digital workplace wellbeing, outline their thoughts on digital ethics, advise on how this should be applied in the digital workplace (and the implications of getting it wrong), and explain what constitutes a “healthy” digital workplace.
Join us as we discuss who’s got it right and who’s got it wrong, trust, user centricity and striking a balance.
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