Time
2 hours 8 minutes
Difficulty
Advanced
CEU/CPE
2

Video Transcription

00:00
Welcome back, everybody.
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So here you get to see the pullout to go through the entire system here.
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And let's start with performing due diligence ***.
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So remember
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there was an analyst that came to me and actually tried to say that Hate. 90% of credit card transactions were made by the single variable in the variable was women, right? So women actually used cards more than
00:38
more than men. And therefore hey, let's use women in our decision making,
00:45
so I'd understand link is this normal rate? Is this something that we can actually utilize inside the country house? I had to look at possible legal issues, right, because this is something that I know from from my western background is something that is against the law inside the United States.
01:03
But it turns out that it wasn't against the law inside Egypt.
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Then I had to talk to people inside the country as well as outside the country. So understanding Hey, two people inside of the UK are they actually gonna make the decision? How does this affect other countries
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and then understanding? Hey, is this actually empower females inside of Egypt
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is to get How's it gonna affect other countries, right?
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So
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here you consider
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on Dhe speak
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with inside
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company and inside Egypt ***
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talk. You know,
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I talked to a lawyer right
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on the
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comes
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inside the country
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and then
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speak with the head office to determine if this
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his in country or outside country,
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country, at the head office level, the decision itself,
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and then you want to consider
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other countries moving forward, right? And so you kind of depend on the head office for that?
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Then you filtered the dilemma at rates. So we've actually determined that it's not against the law. So it's a right versus ray decision, and then
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not against the law
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rate versus right decision,
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and then which one?
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So it's actually a long term.
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There's a short term.
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So if you look up here, it's not community versus individual unnecessarily, really? Not more secrets just is generally not truth for his loyalty, but the long term. There's a short term right, because
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this fits precedence.
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This'll would set precedence
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for the, um
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for other countries right
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to do the same. And for us for two years,
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race, gender,
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um, age, you know, uh, demographic variables
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market. So you know, really, really key decision. There's a reason why we don't do this in the U. S.
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So then you look at the evaluation, right? Considering the greatest good, greatest number of people Universal center rule, How you want to be treated.
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So if you consider the greatest good for the greatest number of people,
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you probably go forward with it, right?
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Because this makes
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sends a, uh,
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greatest good
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afford
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with it helps female environment.
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And
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it makes money
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for the company,
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our new issues.
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Same thing with how you want to be treated.
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So you really are men are men okay with this?
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With this, um, are there guidelines
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for
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other demographic variables?
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So do we not want to sell
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to older people,
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then? BTC, right. So, like, we need to think through those other demographics that we want to put some guardrails around, going back up,
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and then you never saw a standard rule. So
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So then,
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you know, you have to ultimately make this decision and explaining to your employees And once the feedback back, it isn't that you put in place, right?
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So we've already gone through this rate, so we actually worked with several stakeholders and making this decision.
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All stakeholders,
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Um and
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we looked at Universal standard
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and we looked at
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wth e greatest good for the greatest number.
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We made the
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decision to use the variable
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with guidelines
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around
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the
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the usage of additional variables
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and be created the process.
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D'oh!
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Consider this on a case by case basis.
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So because you actually made the decision to speak with all of the right stakeholders and consider the law,
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you were able to filter the dilemma. You were able to speak to it. You're able to make this call. All right, so it took all this effort to actually make this decision evaluated and move forward on DSO. That's exactly what we did here.
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So this worksheet is for all decisions that you're making moving forward. Please do use it. And just going back into the kind of the final bit here.
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Um, the most important thing is that you engage with us,
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um, and engage in these scenarios. Remember, ethical fitness is about putting in these yourself in these scenarios and constantly using this,
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So make sure they add me on Lincoln, uh, email me at me and discord. Happy to chat with you. I'm also on our cyber. A inside of Kroslak would love to discuss these scenarios, and we're actually to run through several scenarios As part of our debates up next and in your resource is tab.
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You'll actually see worksheets associated with these debates and in case studies, thanks to our fabulous t a s.
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Andi, if you wantto If you like this course you know, happy to build more feedbacks a gift. So please do give me feedback. If you just want to chat, reach out those kinds of things, right? So now, under the debates Thanks, everybody.

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