An information systems vice president has one hour to make an ethical decision: If a software program that accidentally left on the company’s computer, copied and stored? Copy the program would protect client assets, but it seems to violate the contract the seller. So responsibilities can be tested for various stakeholders (customers, suppliers and shareholders) in an information systems context.

An information systems vice president has one hour to make an ethical decision: If a software program that accidentally left on the company’s computer, copied and stored? Copy the program would protect client assets, but it seems to violate the contract the seller. So responsibilities can be tested for various stakeholders (customers, suppliers and shareholders) in an information systems context.
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F. Warren McFarlan,
H. Jeff Smith
Source: Harvard Business School
11 pages.
Release Date: 04 October 1988. Prod #: 189085-PDF-ENG
Agrico, Inc.: A software dilemma HBR case solution