Corporate Digital Responsibility (MWD4005)

Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) defines the values, norms and principles that guide organizations and individuals in the design, development, implementation, and use of digital technologies. With the ever-expanding digitalization of society, the need for an ethical discourse on how technology is embedded in human activity and the intended and unintended consequences of such a process becomes increasingly pressing.

Upon completion of this module, students will be

  • Able to identify and reflect upon common dilemma related to the use of digital technologies in organizations

  • Capable to systematically assess digital innovation projects with regard to ethical concerns

  • Knowledgeable about tools and frameworks to implement responsible design practices for digital products and services



  • Degree/Certificate Passed/failed
  • Duration Spring semester: Week 8–23
  • Schedule coming soon
  • Application deadline SS: Week 51–02 – online in IS-Academia
  • ECTS credits 3 ECTS
  • Costs No additional costs
  • Teaching language Teaching: English
    Assessment: English
  • Location Berne
  • School Business School
  • Next session Spring semester