Companies are becoming more aware of ethical thinking, but do not necessarily implement the suggested changes. This is the focus of an article in American news outlet ‘Protocol’, in which a list of consultancies, including the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, share their experiences in delivering ethics training to business professionals. Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal and other political and privacy incidents, tech companies have faced a wave of calls to hire trainers in ethical behavior and thinking. But while some have taken concrete steps, there are several companies who are not ready to make any significant changes, as ethical practices seem too vague and/or detrimental to their business.
Read the full article on Protocol’s website.