Jane Diplock, one of the founders of integrated reporting and a committee chair at the International Integrated Reporting Council, believes we’re finally moving towards a new, more holistic era for capitalism — but it’s early days yet.
Jane Diplock. Photo (cropped): Sabrina Hyde
Tipping points are sometimes hard to see when they’re actually happening. Much easier to spot them in retrospect, when the faultlines between the past and present are more easily defined.
When it comes to integrated reporting, however, Jane Diplock, one of the founding participants in its creation, believes the threshold has been crossed. There is agreement within the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), where she has served as ambassador, and currently chairs the governance and nominating committee, that the reporting system has reached a critical juncture.
There is agreement within the International Integra
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