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Four things you need to ask about your corporate digital responsibility plan

IbyIMD+ Published 12 October 2021 in Brain circuits • 2 min read

Corporate digital responsibility (CDR) is a set of practices and behaviors that help an organization use data and digital technologies in a way that is socially, economically, technically, and environmentally responsible. You need to have a CDR plan, either as part of or separate from your overall sustainability strategy. To evaluate where your company is currently at in terms of CDR, you should consider four issues: maturity, governance, processes, and culture. Ask yourself these questions:

What is the CDR maturity level in your company?

How advanced are you on digitally responsible practices? Have you assessed or benchmarked your organization?

How do you approach the governance of CDR?

Do you have a chief ethics officer or an…

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