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/