Tracking Risks Associated with Compliance and Ethics (TRACETM) is a confidential online survey that measures employee perceptions about the frequency of misconduct, the levels of compliance and the general ethical culture in an organization.

The tool comprises a generic questionnaire that can be customized in different ways: selecting the most appropriate questions or adding company-specific questions, determining the weighting of risks associated with specific types of behaviour and selecting the stratification of employee levels for benchmarking purposes.

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An online ethics training programme that explores ethical dilemmas in a professional environment.

This innovative programme is delivered via e-mail, and therefore does not require employees to spend training time away from their desks. Participants respond to ethical dilemmas by voting online, and receive anonymous feedback about their own choices benchmarked against their peers. Feedback can be either generic or customized based on the client’s ethics policies. Upon completion of a pre-determined number of dilemmas participants receive a certificate of completion.

This product is available either as a managed or in-house service. Different billing options are available based on either a subscription or transaction basis.

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Keeping Good Company

Keeping Good CompanyTM is a board game that explores the environmental, social, governance & ethical implications of corporate decision-making. The game simulates a day in the life of the newly-appointed CEO of a large multi-national corporation with offices in more than 100 countries.

The game is played by five players who go through an adrenalin-filled day, including meetings with the corporation’s production, finance and marketing executives, lunch with the chairman of the board and a confrontation with a journalist, to mention only a few.

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The Board Game

The Board Game is a corporate governance simulation that is fully integrated with actual board meetings. Directors are presented with a real-world corporate governance case study, based on a case that ended up in a court of law.


The case study appears on the board agenda and discussion at the meeting is facilitated by the chairman (hence no need for an external facilitator to be present). The facts of the case are presented in such a way that the board is forced to have a debate and make a decision as if it were a standard agenda item.

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Penalty Shootout™

An exciting ethics board-game that provides basic ethics training with a compliance focus.

Each game is customised to focus on the client’s existing policies and procedures. Based on the rules of soccer, success is determined by a combination of knowledge and luck. The format is similar to a soccer league competition, where employees form teams of five players and enter a competition with attractive prizes.

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Integrated and sustainability reporting

Assistance with the corporate reporting processes based on the International Framework (International Integrated Reporting Council) and the standards of the Global Reporting Initiative.

Board evaluation

The board evaluation methodology takes cognisance of local and global developments in corporate governance, and aims to improve board performance by focusing on issues that are material to both the company and the industry. With reference to South African companies, the service is fully aligned with the King IV Code on Corporate Governance for South Africa 2016, which requires the following: “The board should ensure that the evaluation of its own performance and that of its committees, its chair and its individual members, support continued improvement in its performance and effectiveness”.

Development and review of ethics management frameworks

Assistance based on a proprietary conceptual framework that distinguishes between the governance of ethics and the management of ethics. In terms of governance, assistance is provided to boards and appropriate board committees (Social and Ethics Committees in South Africa). In terms of management, clients are guided to develop appropriate interventions based on the following dimensions: commitment, measurement, engagement, guidance, support, compliance and reporting.

Development and implementation of codes of ethics

Drafting of codes based on stakeholder engagement and benchmarking, designing appropriate communication and training programmes, delivering face-to-face training, training of trainers and online training

Assessment of corporate responsibility programmes

Assistance based on a proprietary conceptual framework that aims to assist corporations to conceptualise, develop and implement effective corporate responsibility programmes. It is underpinned by the need to have a thorough understanding of responsibility, with specific reference to the distinction between (but not separation of) the moral and business case. Based on the framework, clients are guided to take responsibility, and to engage in activities that relate to internal processes (governing responsibility, managing responsibility and reporting on responsibility) and respond to the external activities of regulating responsibility.

Design Thinking

Daniel Malan is an accredited trainer for the design thinking products of ExperiencePoint.

ExperienceInnovation™ is a family of experiential workshops, built in collaboration with innovation powerhouse IDEO, that build creative confidence and competence. With the purposeful application of technology, ExperienceInnovation heightens engagement and enables innovation skill building at scale.