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The Integrated Reporting Movement - Meaning Momentum Motives And Materiality (Cód: 9235109)

Eccles,Robert G; Krzus,Michael P

John Wiley & Sons

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An in-depth, enlightening look at the integrated reporting movement 'The Integrated Reporting Movement' explores the meaning of the concept, explains the forces that provide momentum to the associated movement, and examines the motives of the actors involved. The book posits integrated reporting as a key mechanism by which companies can ensure their own long-term sustainability by contributing to a sustainable society. Although integrated reporting has seen substantial development due to the support of companies, investors, and the initiatives of a number of NGOs, widespread regulatory intervention has yet to materialize. Outside of South Africa, adoption remains voluntary, accomplished via social movement abetted, to varying degrees, by market forces. In considering integrated reporting's current state of play, the authors provide guidance to ensure wider adoption of the practice and success of the movement, starting with how companies can improve their own reporting processes. But the support of investors, regulators, and NGOs is also important. All will benefit, as will society as a whole. Readers will learn how integrated reporting has evolved over the years, where frameworks and standards are today, and the practices that help ensure effective implementation--including, but not limited to an extensive discussion of information technology's role in reporting and the importance of corporate reporting websites. The authors introduce the concepts of an annual board of directors' 'Statement of Significant Audiences and Materiality' and a 'Sustainable Value Matrix' tool that translates the statement into management decisions. The book argues that the appropriate combination of market and regulatory forces to speed adoption will vary by country, concluding with four specific recommendations about what must be done to accelerate high quality adoption of integrated reporting around the world. Since the first book was written on the topic ('One Report' by Eccles and Krzus), many exciting developments in integrated reporting have propelled the practice forward. The International Integrated Reporting Council and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board were formed, 'The International Framework' was published, and Global Reporting Initiative's G4 Guidelines were issued. Through such developments, integrated reporting has become an even more powerful management process for helping companies develop and report on sustainable strategies that create value over the short-, medium-, and long-term. 'The Integrated Reporting Movement' traces the origins of this idea to its present state in terms of four overlapping phases of meaning (experimentation, commentary, codification, and institutionalization), describes the movement's current momentum, and analyzes the motives of those who are a part of it. Through an analysis of the integrated reports of 124 companies around the world, the book provides insights on opportunities and challenges in integrated reporting at large, with a specific focus on how to leverage technology recommendations supported by an analysis of the world's largest 500 companies' websites and a discussion of how big data, analytics, cloud computing, and social media can improve a company's integrated reporting practices. The authors introduce two new ideas that will help increase the value companies receive from integrated reporting: an annual board of directors Statement of Significant Audiences and Materiality and the Sustainable Value Matrix management tool. In doing so, they bring clarity to the fundamental but elusive concept of 'materiality.' Finally, the authors make four specific recommendations for how the integrated reporting movement can contribute more effectively to the creation of a more sustainable society. 'PRAISE FOR' THE INTEGRATED REPORTING MOVEMENT 'Integrated reporting is a vitally important new trend for investors like CalPERS which rely on long term, sustainable returns to meet their liabilities. This book is essential reading for investors, companies, and regulators concerned with ensuring that corporate reporting becomes integrated, and thereby captures the critical elements that drive long term, sustainable returns and risk mitigation.' --Anne Stausboll, Chief Executive Officer, California Public Employees' Retirement System 'For long-term investors, environmental, social, and governance factors will have a material impact on the value of a firm. These investors need to better understand how a company views ESG factors and how they relate to its ability to create value and mitigate risk over the long term. 'The Integrated Reporting Movement' aptly delineates how ESG factors can be used by both companies and investors to achieve this end.' --Mark D. Wiseman, President and CEO, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board 'As business has gone global, its relationship to society is fundamentally changing. The ability to proactively manage environmental, social, and governance issues is increasingly critical to long-term success. Integrated reporting is rapidly becoming indispensable for companies to navigate this transition. This book not only presents the state of affairs, but it also sketches pathways for the future.' --Georg Kell, Executive Director, UN Global Compact 'Eccles and Krzus do a good job of describing the current state of play in integrated reporting. In our increasingly fragile world, the integrated capital markets we need for tomorrow will require companies to demonstrate to investors and all stakeholders respect for allocation of all forms of capital (financial, human, natural, social, intellectual, and manufactured) and their strategic role as sustainable sources of long-term value creation.' -- Christianna Wood, Chairman, Global Reporting Initiative 'Integrated Reporting as a business-led initiative will have significant impact on sustainability, financial stability, people, the planet, and profit. This book is a very valuable and welcome contribution to the global discussion and rising momentum around Integrated Reporting.' --Jane Diplock, Former Chair, New Zealand Securities Commission, and former Chair, Executive Committee, International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) 'This book is an invaluable guide to developments in integrated reporting. It is a must read both for those who are devising approaches to disclosure and integrated reporting and for those who are interested in corporate reporting in general.' --Mary Schapiro, Former Chairman, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission


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Marca John Wiley & Sons
Cód. Barras 9781118646984
Altura 23.62 cm
I.S.B.N. 9781118646984
Profundidade 2.79 cm
Referência 026584052
Acabamento Capa dura
Ano da edição 2014
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 336
Peso 0.50 Kg
Largura 16.00 cm
AutorEccles,Robert G; Krzus,Michael P