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Are your ethics aligned with your digitization plans?

Published on: Feb 20, 2020

The most digitally mature companies aren’t distinguished only by their advanced approach to acquiring and implementing cutting-edge technology. What they also have in common is a distinct and refined set of ethics guidelines. Such guidelines are necessary as companies increasingly experiment with different approaches to generating innovation.

It’s especially critical for the finance function, which acts as an on-ramp for the influx of new technologies and the proliferation of data sets, to drive an ongoing awareness of the ethical implications of digital transformation.

In this issue of CFO Insights, we’ll discuss why companies committed to competing in the digital economy should make sure that employees have access to the training and resources to analyze ethical conundrums.

This publication was released by our US firm.

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