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lecture: Ethics and the Events of 9-11
Kirk Wiebe will talk about his experiences during his 32 year NSA career, specifically about effective intelligence gathering, the failure of mass-surveillance and how to fix it.
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As the makeup of the work force becomes ever more diverse, the very meaning of ethics on a personal basis can differ significantly. With the work force increasingly made up of people who may have grown up in differing cultures, and with a society increasingly tolerant of corruption, how does today’s enterprise ensure a common understanding of what is expected in terms of personal behavior at the work place? If an enterprise does not have a clearly articulated policy in terms that define behaviors to be rewarded and behaviors to be discouraged, the risk is high that expected outcomes will not be realized. If the policy regarding ethics is not widely embraced by employees, the risk is even higher. An examination of ethics and their relationship to the events of 9-11 serve to illustrate what can happen when other agendas subvert ethics at the work place.