"Because it is the right thing to do" said an IT director on data privacy.
Leaders recognize that privacy is an ethical call. They think beyond putting a checkbox because their lawyers told them so.
Forward thinking companies make sure that they create a culture where everyone knows how to behave in the best interest of their
customers, partners and communities.
Employees at Nordstrom, Salesforce, Starbucks, Apple, Southwest, Disney or any other customercentricity and service obsessed brand would
usually know what 'doing the right thing' means.
How do you think about data privacy? Are ethics and privacy fundamental to your organizations?