Put sustainability at the heart of your company culture and communications, with integrated reporting.
In a resource-constrained world, with the global financial crisis still fresh in the memory, organisations are realising the need for longer-term strategic thinking, efficiency and transparency.
They are also taking account of, and trying to mitigate, the human, social and environmental impacts of their operations. For many, this means a broader approach to the measurement and management of business performance. One such approach, gaining significant momentum globally, is Integrated Reporting.
Integrated Reporting is a progressive, market-led form of corporate reporting which brings together information about all resources or ‘capitals’ into a single corporate document. As defined by the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), an integrated report “is a concise communication about how an organisation’s strategy, governance, performance and prospects, in the context of its external environment, lead to the creation of value”.
We have helped several companies start out on their integrated journey, and in recent years we have worked with some of the companies in the IIRC’s Pilot Programme and its Business Network to support their shift towards integration.
And we can do the same for you.
You don’t need to be part of the IIRC’s Pilot Programme to start working on your own integrated report. If you recognise the importance of sustainable value and want to embed this into your strategy and performance, speak to us about your next report and how we can help you.
For our latest thoughts on this new trend in corporate reporting, see our IR whitepaper.