Women's Law Workgroup T2.economic t3.socialt4.safetyv2


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UN women's law workgroup supporting materials in theme with the areas of interest.

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  • If we don’t know this is the expectation, we make our own without any regard for the expectations you agreed to follow and re-confirm with annual certifications of your companies code of ethics. You agree and understand the expectations.Far too many people will even read the materials and even fewer can synthesize the way it impacts them or their role.
  • Business Activities must be grouped in a series of Task to ensure due diligence. The requirement will govern all changes are made via a business change control process, unlike a change management process performed by technical people. No algorithm changes apply to a consumer under any reasonETL – Integration technology must not alter inputs in backend processes. Cleansing cannot be done with an ethical decision made at each record, by qualified people.
  • Women's Law Workgroup T2.economic t3.socialt4.safetyv2

    1. 1. Lisa Martinez WICKED Design Solutions
    2. 2. •Problem •UN Women Law Workgroup Thematic relationships •Thematic 2 Economic •Thematic 3 Social •Thematic 4 Safety Overview •3 Management Capabilities •List the component and sub-types Generic Components •Retail •Financial Investment Perspectives 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    3. 3.  In March 2013, an International conference was held in New York. ◦ This material focus will be solely based on the Law Workgroup report from this events conclusions. ◦ The material does not focus on the reports first topic  Thematic 1. Political and Public life  Cyber-security topics are slightly different in Thematics 2-4 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    4. 4.  Thematic 2. Economic ◦ We must restore a way to guide the reality of the world from the rationale in a balance with Intuitive.  The dimensions around a person  The legal and ethical issues  Thematic 3. Social Life ◦ Connecting sensor or social data to professional or without warning and unknown to the users  Thematic 4. Safety ◦ Criminal threats to a person’s physical safety ◦ Physical harm caused by an unknown threat 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions References source from the 2013 UN Women’s Law Work Group Report
    5. 5. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ Questionnaire_on_Economic_and_S ocial_Life Survey Focus Law and Practice Economic Law and Practice Social  Section 1 Employment in Formal and Informal Labor Markets  Section 2 Economic Occupations (i.e. non Employer-Employee Relationships)  Section 3 State Services and Benefits, Pensions and Poverty  Section 4 Access to Capital Resources, Housing, Land and Family Property  Section 5 Focus - Economic Crisis 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    6. 6. UN Women Law Workgroup 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    7. 7. • Employee • Supplier • Customer • Consumer (citizen) • Every party record has identifiable data points unique to the person in the record Party • Products/Software • ServicesOffer • Location • Pricing and interest with tax and duty fees • Structure of financingFinancial 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    8. 8.  Capability ◦ 1. General: Measure of the ability of an entity (department, organization, person, system ) to achieve its objectives, specially in relation to its overall mission. ◦ 2. Quality: Total range of inherent variations in a stable process.  more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/c apability.html#ixzz2RQTj9CB7 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    9. 9. •Understanding how to do Innovation well •Knowing the business models and customers by maturity of the offer Innovation •Social Responsibility •Sustainability •Resilience •Applying diversity across and externally Ethical standards applied to the business model •Baseline using simple income and debit method •Simplify complexity for factual cost containment Fact Based Economic Measure 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    10. 10. UN Women Law Workgroup 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    11. 11. an education consumer a driver and insured person an Employee a healthcare insured person an occupant or home owner 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    12. 12.  Any company can collect these details from a number of sources.  Voice of the customer ◦ “My fathers name was never used other than k-6th grade.  Can you tell me how my data as a minor was sold to a search company?  I’ve never had an id or anything official using the name in that name. “ 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions Birth Record Social Security # Education Records Health Records Driving and Insurance Records Personal Information
    13. 13. Health and Physical 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    14. 14. Person Personal Connections Job Search single parent home 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions education milestone records safe environments
    15. 15. School Person Car Social Networking Job Phone Banking 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions Professional Networks To get these services Each assigns an ID Birth Record Social Security # Education Records Health Records Driving and Insurance Records Personal Information
    16. 16.  At or above the income median ◦ quality of healthcare higher ◦ lower crime rates ◦ higher percentage of degree earning households  Below the income median ◦ Low or no access to healthcare ◦ Nutrition falls aside to meeting the needs of many with less ◦ density of the population nearly doubles for the same size geography.  Peoples ideals are fundamentally different ◦ higher crime and teen pregnancy risk ◦ Health and Physical Safety are highest risk 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions
    17. 17.  Definition ◦ 1.The organization and coordination of the activities of a business in order to achieve defined objectives.  Management is often included as a factor of production along with‚ machines, materials, and money. According to the management guru Peter Drucker (1909-2005), the basic task of management includes both marketing and innovation.  Practice of modern management originates from the 16th century study of low-efficiency and failures of certain enterprises, conducted by the English statesman Sir Thomas More (1478-1535).  Management consists of the interlocking functions of creating corporate policy and organizing, planning, controlling, and directing an organization's resources in order to achieve the objectives of that policy. ◦ 2. The directors and managers who have the power and responsibility to make decisions and oversee an enterprise.  The size of management can range from one person in a small organization to hundreds or thousands of managers in multinational companies.  In large organizations, the board of directors defines the policy which is then carried out by the chief executive officer, or CEO.  Some people agree that in order to evaluate a company's current and future worth, the most important factors are the quality and experience of the managers. Read more: http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/management.html#ixzz2RQU9DEdp 2013 @ Copyright WICKED Design Solutions