Relational ethics, global business and information and communications technology: interconnections explored

Creed, Andrew, Zutshi, Ambika and Ross, Jane 2007, Relational ethics, global business and information and communications technology: interconnections explored, in Managing worldwide operations and communications with information technology : 2007 Information Resources Management Association International Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada May 19-23, 2007, IGI Publishing, Hershey, Pa., pp. 724-727.

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Title Relational ethics, global business and information and communications technology: interconnections explored
Author(s) Creed, Andrew
Zutshi, Ambika
Ross, Jane
Conference name Information Resources Management Association. International Conference (18th : 2007 : Vancouver, B.C.)
Conference location Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Conference dates 19-23 May 2007
Title of proceedings Managing worldwide operations and communications with information technology : 2007 Information Resources Management Association International Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada May 19-23, 2007
Editor(s) [Unknown]
Publication date 2007
Conference series Information Resources Management Association International Conference
Start page 724
End page 727
Total pages 4 p.
Publisher IGI Publishing
Place of publication Hershey, Pa.
Keyword(s) entrepreneur
globalization
ICT
information and communication technology
privacy
relational ethics
Summary This paper explores, through practitioner experience and literature review, the impact of increased use of information technology in a global business environment on relational ethics. These three variables interact in a dynamic field that supports and challenges global managers in entrepreneurial endeavors. While information and communication technology (ICT) is rapidly expanding, the opportunities for global business and relational ethics affects, and is affected by, the interconnections. Drawing on experiences from daily practice, current literature, and insights gained from a relational approach to ethics, readers are invited to reflect on the ways that relationships influence ethical actions—and outcomes—and how they can be improved. This analysis exposes the critical issues, develops a general framework and makes recommendations for ways to work with and further develop the interconnections between global business, ICT and relational ethics.
Notes "Information Resources Management Association International conference. Permission must be gained from publisher."
ISBN 1599049295
9781599049298
Language eng
Field of Research 150399 Business and Management not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
Copyright notice ©2007, IGI Publishing
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30007921

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