Ethics, Professionalism and Governance – NO PLAGIARISM
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November 22, 2019
Program: Professional Year ProgramCourse:Assignment: 1 Professional EnvironmentsTopic: Ethics, Professionalism and GovernanceAvailable: Week 3 openDue: Week 4 close (Saturday midnight AEST)Read the 3 Case Studies below and select ONE as the basis of your analysis and discussion. Pleaseindicate clearly which Case Study you have chosenCase Study 1John, A statistical database programmer, is trying to write a large statistical program needed by hiscompany. Programmers in this company are encouraged to write their own work and to publish theiralgorithms in professional journals. After months of tedious programming, John has found himself stuckon several parts of the program. His manager, not recognising the complexity of the problem, wants thejob completed in the next few days. Not knowing how to solve the problems, John remembers that acoworker had given him source listings from his current work and from an earlier version of a commercialsoftware package developed by another company. On studying these programs, he sees two areas of codewhich could be directly incorporated into his own program. He uses segments of code from both hiscoworker and the commercial software, but does not tell anyone or mention it in the documentation. Hecompletes the project and turns it in a day ahead of timeBriefly discuss the dilemma for John. Show your11/22/2019 52280 – Program: Professional Year Program Course: Assignment:https://www.australiabesttutors.com/Recent_Question/52280/Program-Professional-Year-Program-Course-Assignment 3/5utilisation of either Thomas White or Chris MacDonald’smethodology to demonstrate how John might analyse and resolve the dilemma. Provide a recommendationof what actions John should have taken.Include in your answer those clauses from the ACS code of Ethics and ACS code of Professional Conductthat are relevant and briefly explain why. Refer also to any relevant legislation with an explanation of howit relates.Case Study 4Brenda has been asked to observe how junior management are using new accounting software at a leadingcity accounting firm. As part of informed consent, staff are informed that they will remain anonymous.During her observations, Brenda notices that many of the junior management staff are making a particulardata entry error when using the software. These errors are causing the accounting firm to lose profit.Company policy dictates clearly that worker salaries will be docked for clear mistakes leading to the lossof company profit. How does Brenda handle this situation?Briefly discuss the dilemma for Brenda. Show your utilisation of either Thomas White or ChrisMacDonald’s methodology to demonstrate how Brenda might analyse and resolve the dilemma. Provide arecommendation of what actions Brenda should initiate and to whom she needs to communicatethroughout the process.Include in your answer those clauses from the ACS code of Ethics and ACS code of Professional Conductthat are relevant and briefly explain why. Refer also to any relevant legislation with an explanation of howit relates.Case Study 7Ruby is a public servant. She is a web developer within a department of a state government. Ruby hasbeen given responsibility for developing a tourism website by the IT Manager Jaspreet. Ruby adds variouslinks to news services to enliven this government webpage. These links include global news channels.It is later found that those sites sometimes provide news on court cases which are currently undersuppression order here in Australia as they are in process. When noticed this causes huge embarrassmentto the government department.Jaspreet, the IT manager of the department had not seen the website before it went live but even if he hadit is unlikely that he would have noticed and tested every link. In any case the links were not problematicuntil a local court case gave rise to a publication suppression order.Jaspreet now needs to determine who should take responsibility and what actions should be taken aboutthe event. He needs to prevent recurrence of this type of problem.Briefly discuss the dilemma for Jaspreet. Show your utilisation of either Thomas White or ChrisMacDonald’s methodology to demonstrate how Jaspreet might analyse and resolve the dilemma. Provide arecommendation of what actions Jaspreet should initiate and to whom he needs to communicatethroughout the process.Include in your answer those clauses from the ACS code of Ethics and ACS code of Professional Conductthat are relevant and briefly explain why. Refer also to any relevant legislation with an explanation of howit relates.Assignment TaskFrom what you have learned during Week s 3 and 4 of your Professional Environments Course, discussethical, professional and legal issues which you consider arise from this scenario. Make somerecommendations of actions which could be taken to resolve the situation and/or to minimise the chancethe scenario may recur. Support your answers with relevant references (as well as the Codes and Laws).Things to Consider in Your Assignment:• You should list at least 3 values from the ACS Code of Ethics and up to 5 clauses from the ACS Code ofProfessional Conduct, you think are specifically relevant in deciding how to resolve the situation. Makesure that you refer to the most up to date ACS Codes which are available on the ACS website –www.acs.org.au.• You should also list any relevant Australian legislation that you think applies to this scenario.• Your analysis, discussion and recommendations should use the framework you selected in Week 3
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