Premiere Dilemmax about Privacy
published on 1 March 2017
The fifth anniversary of Morals at Work was celebrated on February 16th on the IJ in Amsterdam. During the celebration, participants played the newest edition of Dilemmax for the first time. Before the start of the game, Petra Broekhuijsen, the responsible person at Enexis for an organisation-wide integrity program spoke to the audience.
There were also contributions from Marius van Rijswijk and Melanie Nadorp, who talked about the consequences of new privacy laws in the way companies are supposed to manage their data, kept the audience captivated till the end.
The host welcomes the guests and talks about the aim and the supply of Morals at Work.
Petra Broekhuijsen paints a picture of the reason for and design of the integrity program developed for the almost four thousand employees of Enexis.
Safety at Enexis has a physical and a social side. It was good to hear that the Morals at Work games can contribute in such an appreciated manner. It creates awareness of the employees and empowerment for the internal game supervisors.
Marius van Rijswijk and Melanie Nadorp check the Mentimeter (menti.com). Their presentation ‘Privacy is hot’ uses this real-time voting box to show us how careless we are with regards to our privacy.
The Morals at Work games beneath a picture of the cast of a famous television series from the 1960s.