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The Integrated Reporting Movement - Robert Eccles

Year 2015

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ForewordPrefaceAcknowledgmentsChapter 1. South AfricaTHE UNIQUENESS OF SOUTH AFRICASOUTH AFRICA'S JOURNEY TO INTEGRATED REPORTINGKing IKing IIKing IIIThe Integrated Reporting Committee of South Africa's Discussion PaperSOUTH AFRICAN ASSESSMENT OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN EXPERIENCEReport QualityMaterialityDisclosure of Nonfinancial KPIsDisclosure of RisksDirector Remuneration and Board TransparencyDisclosure of Forward-Looking InformationCharacteristics of the ReportInternet UseAuditing and Assurance on Nonfinancial InformationOUR REFLECTIONS ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN EXPERIENCEChapter 2. MeaningCOMPANY EXPERIMENTATION: EXAMPLES FROM THE FIRST INTEGRATED REPORTSNovozymesNaturaNovo NordiskPhilips and United TechnologiesEXPERT COMMENTARY: THE FIRST REFLECTIONS ON INTEGRATED REPORTINGNew Wine in New BottlesThe Solstice/Vanity StudyOne Report: The First Book on Integrated ReportingCODIFICATION: CREATING COMMON MEANINGThe Integrated Reporting Committee of South AfricaThe International Integrated Reporting CouncilChapter 3. MomentumADOPTIONSelf-Declared Integrated ReportsTrends in Sustainability ReportingThe Spirit of Integrated ReportingACCELERATORSRegulationMultistakeholder InitiativesSustainable Stock Exchanges InitiativeCorporate Sustainability Reporting CoalitionOrganizationsIIRCGRI, SASB, CDP, and GISRGlobal Reporting InitiativeSustainability Accounting Standards Board CDPClimate Disclosure Standards BoardGlobal Initiative for Sustainability RatingsBig Four Accounting Firms and Accounting AssociationsEndorsementsAWARENESSChapter 4. MotivesCOMPANIESAUDIENCESUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS AND INITIATIVESREGULATORSSERVICE PROVIDERSChapter 5. MaterialityTHE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF MATERIALITYMATERIALITY IN ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTINGCOMPARING DIFFERENT DEFINITIONS OF MATERIALITYAUDIENCEGOVERNANCEMATERIALITY FOR INTEGRATED REPORTINGChapter 6. The Sustainable Value MatrixA SHORT HISTORY OF THE MATERIALITY MATRIXISSUES WITH THE MATRIXTHE CURRENT STATE OF MATERIALITY MATRICESStakeholder Identification and EngagementIssue Identification and DescriptionDimension Definitions and LabelsIssue ScoringInteractivityUses of the MatrixFROM THE MATERIALITY MATRIX TO THE SUSTAINABLE VALUE MATRIXThe Four Cells6.A. Comparing the Ford and Daimler Materiality Matrices6B. Methodology for the Materiality Matrices ReviewChapter 7. Report QualityTHE SIX CAPITALSCONTENT ELEMENTSOrganizational Overview and External EnvironmentGovernanceBusiness ModelRisks and OpportunitiesStrategy and Resource AllocationPerformanceOutlookSPECIAL FACTORSMaterialityStakeholder EngagementConnectivity of InformationWebsite ContentCEO LetterASSURANCE7.A. Methodology for Analyzing 124 Company Integrated ReportsChapter 8. Reporting WebsitesMETHODOLOGYWEBSITE CATEGORY ANALYSISWEBSITE FEATURE ANALYSISTHREE EXAMPLESNovo NordiskPhilipsSAP 248.A. Methodology for Website CodingChapter 9. Information TechnologyINTEGRATED REPORTING PROCESSESIdentificationValidationAnalysisAudience FilteringPublishing to Internal AudiencesPublishing to External AudiencesFOUR IT TRENDSBig DataAnalyticsCloud ComputingSocial MediaLeveraging These TrendsCONTEXTUAL REPORTINGWORLD MARKET BASKETChapter 10. Four RecommendationsAVERY BRIEF HISTORY OF FINANCIAL REPORTINGBALANCING EXPERIMENTATION AND CODIFICATIONBALANCING MARKET AND REGULATORY FORCESGREATER ADVOCACY FROM THE ACCOUNTING COMMUNITYACHIEVING CLARITY REGARDING THE ROLES OF KEY ORGANIZATIONSA POSSIBLE SCENARIOFINAL REFLECTIONAbout the Authors
 
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