Creating Tomorrow’s Code, Today: Designing an Effective Mobile-First Code of Conduct

Creating a digital, mobile-first code of conduct is an effective means of delivering crucial policy information and ethical decision-making guidance to the modern workforce. In a guest article, Michael Lane, a managing director at marketing agency Designory, discusses the societal changes that have spawned the need for a mobile-first code of conduct and then provides guidance on how companies can begin to adapt their codes to be effectively mobile-first. Lane will present a panel on creating a mobile-first code of conduct at the Society for Corporate Compliance & Ethics’ 16th Annual Compliance and Ethics Institute in Las Vegas on October 17, 2017, along with Krishna Juvvadi, a director at Uber Technologies. See “Creating a Values-Based Compliance Code and Recruiting Compliance Champions to Spread the Message” (Nov. 4, 2015).

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