Integrated thinking connects companies to the needs of their stakeholders, which fosters business resilience and creates long-term value.
The International Integrated Reporting Council’s annual conference hears how a focus on people and communities is helping to tackle Covid-19.
This crisis year has underlined the importance of integrated reporting to achieving global financial stability and sustainable development.
This year’s IIRC Global Conference will be held online, enabling it to reach a wider audience in a year that has made integrated reporting more relevant than ever.
Embedding climate-related data into business operations and strategy will enable companies to manage their climate risks and opportunities.
The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) has set a pathway for climate risk to become an integral part of corporate governance.
The International Integrated Reporting Framework will help companies translate their commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals into business models and corporate purpose.
There are 17 UN sustainable development goals—too many for a business to implement all at once. Carol Adams writes that the best way forward is to select the ones which align best with your business strategy.
Summer is well and truly over and it’s time to get back to work. What better way than by expanding your library with some key reading matter?
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.