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Indicative markers of leadership provided by ICT professional bodies in the promotion and support of ethical conduct

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posted on 2007-01-01, 00:00 authored by G Sandy, M Hall, Emilia BellucciEmilia Bellucci
Most countries with a mature Information and Communications Technology (ICT industry have at least one professional body (PB) that claims to represent its members working with such technology. Other ICT PBs operate in the international arena. These PBs may differ in membership criteria, jurisdiction and even objectives but all profess to promote high ethical and professional standards. This study seeks to determine the common indicative markers that demonstrate that an ICT PB is offering leadership in identifying, promoting and supporting ethical conduct amongst a variety of constituencies including its own members and beyond. An extensive literature review identified over 200 prospective markers covering a broad range of potential activities of an ICT PB. These were grouped into nine major areas: ethical professional practice; continuous professional development; research and publication; education of future professionals; members’ career development; social obligations; professional engagement; preserving professional dignity/ reputation and regulation of the profession. These markers were arranged hierarchically in a word processing document referred to as a “marker template”. An analysis of selected ICT PBs websites was undertaken to confirm and refine the template. It will be used in the future for a comparative study of how professional bodies offer leadership to their various constituencies in the area of ethical conduct.

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Pagination

92 - 99

Location

Toowoomba, Qld.

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  • Yes

Start date

2007-12-05

End date

2007-12-07

ISBN-13

9780909756963

ISBN-10

0909756961

Language

eng

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Reproduced with the specific permission of the copyright owner.

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

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2007, ACIS

Title of proceedings

ACIS 2007 : Proceedings of the 18th Australasian Conference on Information Systems

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