Fraud and Corruption is one of the greatest unmanaged costs in society.
Data empowers organizations to respond in real time, but does “fast” decision making also create problems? This session will explore the value of data and data-driven decision making and examine the pitfalls of decisions made solely using data. A comparison will be made between ethical and data-driven decision making and how organizations can incorporate both. How data can be both unwittingly and willingly manipulated to alter perception and sometimes reality will also be examined.
In this session you will learn:
• Understand the challenges and pitfalls of data-driven decision-making
• Understand the challenges to ethical decision-making
• Learn to apply the ethical elements and dimensions to data-driven decision-making.