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- Describe your current password habits (do not provide actual passwords) and provide any specific changes you plan to make based on what you learned in the chapter.
- Describe and compare and contrast the three normative theories of business ethics.
- Catherine Bracy (video in chapter 7 resources) spoke about how hacking principles can be used to provide superior solutions to everyday coding problems – talk about her message and provide 2 specific examples of projects that used hacking principles to provide helpful solutions.
- How Companies Learn Your Secrets– is a great article about how a statistician helped Target increase their sales and so much more. The Dark Side of Customer Analytics talks about an insurance company that hypothetically finds some intriguing patterns in the loyalty card data it bought from a grocery chain. Discuss the practices these companies are engaging in to analyze customer data and how can both companies leverage the data responsibly?
- Alessandro Acquisti (chapter 13 video) gives a fascinating talk about why privacy matters. What new(er) technology capabilities allow you to take an unknown person and match that person with sensitive data about them? Also, what did you think about the marketing tactics used in Facebook advertisements (hint composition of two photographs)?
- Describe the changing role of the CIO providing some specific examples from the HBR short articles we have read (innovation or data).
- HBR article titled – How to encourage smarter use of IT describes how change is driven from psychological, not just logical, forces. Describe the steps the authors identified.
- Martin Ford discusses the idea of computers creating arts (music, paintings) in one of his chapters. What were some of the observations and conclusions?
- Martin Ford discusses some of the trends in higher education. What was his evaluation of the MOOCs
- 98,000 patients die every year in the US due to preventable errors. What were some of the causes of these deaths and some of the thoughts on how technology might help combat them?