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Harvard Business School E-book on ‘The Landscape of Integrated Reporting’ published

17 Nov

I had the pleasure to take part in the first ever Havard Business School gathering on integrated reporting on October 14/15 in Boston. Around a hundred specialists in reporting from all constituencies gathered there to discuss their views towards the IIRC development and integrated reporting overall. Apart from a very inspring two day meeting with lots of contacts and takeaways all participants were triggered to write a piece about their expectations on integrated reporting. A stunning 64 entries later and in world record production speed we today received the result, more than 300 pages of distilled expertise. HBS has published these in their first-ever E-Book ‘The Landscape of Integrated Reporting – Reflections and Next Steps’. As a proud contributor, having written a piece of advice for the way ahead (given my experience from three different angles of the constituency spectrum) I am happy to post the link that gives you access to the FREE E-book. Please spread the news, share the book and let me know if you have any further questions! I will also post my contribution seperately in a pdf later this week. Enjoy!

Here’s the link: http://www.hbs.edu/environment/integratedreporting/ebook/

 
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Posted by on November 17, 2010 in Integrated Reporting

 

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2 responses to “Harvard Business School E-book on ‘The Landscape of Integrated Reporting’ published

  1. Jerne

    November 18, 2010 at 18:41

    I have a problem with the overall premise of your article but I still think its really informative. I really like your other posts. Keep up the great work. If you can add more video and pictures can be much better. Because they help much clear understanding.🙂 thanks Jerne.

     
    • aheadahead

      November 20, 2010 at 09:01

      Jerne, thanks for the comment and great that you like the earlier posts, I will try to keep up to the quality standards and think I can add to the blogging landscape by not posting daily – leaving that to other great blogging colleagues – and just complement with things that can add structure to the daily buzz, at least those things that help me could be shared with others in this way. Let me know what your issue is that you mentioned, maybe I can clarify! Thanks again!

       

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