assessment 1 – case study
Scenario 1 – Copying Design
The designer should have copyrighted the design and ensured that the design was legally hers and that no other person can copy the design. If the owner copyrighted the design, the creator of intellectual property will have exclusive rights to his works for a period of time; this gives authors and business a great advantage of developing faster than other competitors.
The competitors stole the design; however it cannot be proven and is not illegal because the design was not protected.
Scenario 2 – Protect Rights of stakeholders
Me and the employer have responsibility – duty of care. This means that we have the duty or responsibility to ensure that the workplace is safe. This means making sure that there is no loose wires and cords in the middle of the walk way.
Scenario 3 – Identify quality processes
I would show her my Quality Management System which ensures that the quality of my products and services are of world standards. I will also show her my recent projects and achievements to show my level of competence and experience.
I would then demonstrate the software that I would use for her project. this should be very detailed description of the tasks and requirements.
First it is important for them to identify all the information that they have specified as private. They must give valid reasons for this and make sure that it is not disclosed. This information will then be private and no one will be able to access the information without the authorisation of the owner or manager.
The information must be kept confidential and the information should not be accessed even if it is required. The client has the confidentiality and privacy rights to choose not the disclose information.
The National Privacy Standards revolves around a 10 part process.
NPP 1: collection
NPP 2: use and disclosure
NPPs 3–4: information quality and security
NPP 5: openness
NPP 6: access and correction
NPP 7: identifiers
NPP 8: anonymity
NPP 9: transborder data flows
NPP 10: sensitive information
The highlighted areas are the areas that are concerned.
Scenario 6 – Identify Do’s and Donts
Scenario 7 – Acknowledge service and products correctly......
Scenario 8 – Maintain ethics
Did Anya convince the client that her team is qualified for the job?
What specific concerns might the client have in relation to his project?
Anya and her team seemed unprofessional and unorganised. They can’t organise themselves now so they can’t organise a project.
How would you feel if you were part of Anya’s team?
I would not want Anya representing the team as she does not act formal and cannot organise herself.
Could Anya’s conduct be defended or justified in any way?
If she has other issues, then they should be communicated, however if she does not communicate her issues such as stress, personal issues, etc. she is not competent.
Scenario 9 – Create ethical Policies and procedures
There should be a notice through emails, phones, etc.
All employees should have the responsibility to communicate changes to others that are absent.
Announce the change before it is introduced.
Read the log sheet as soon as possible
Scenario 10 – investigate legal conditions
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Scenario 11 – ACS Code of Conduct
Computing profession was the major code that was broken.
6.2. I will not knowingly engage in, or be associated with, dishonest or fraudulent practices.
6.4. I will no-operate in advancing information processing by communication with other professionals, students…...
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