“I think of integrated reporting as one of these progressive ideas and efforts that can begin to restore society’s trust. If we start in various ways reporting back to society that we care, these reports can demonstrate that we're serious about holding ourselves accountable and measuring our progress on a wide variety of things that matter most to people."
Dean of Harvard Business School, Nitin Nohria
The time for calculating the economic value of responsible business behavior has arrived. It’s no longer good enough to talk about all the good things you’re doing – whether it’s as simple as shutting off computers at night or as complex as creating a truly sustainable supply chain – without attaching a real dollar value to that behavior. You’ve got to prove that doing good is good business.
Integrated Reporting (IR) in which you integrate quantitative information from both Annual and CSR Reports into one document is going to rapidly become an expected standard. IR requires that you begin to systematize the process of quantifying CSR behaviors – from sustainability measures to how you serve your employees and communities. Apart from the fact that this just logically makes good business sense, investors are increasingly looking for this data when researching companies.
Analysis. Authenticity. Alignment.
- Help you identify the best place to start integrating data
- Better align your corporate strategy with CSR objectives
- Help you develop metrics that will meet future IR standards
- Leverage current CSR efforts with both internal and external audiences
- Craft authentic messages
- Create compelling marketing materials
- Share your success stories in social media
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