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The changing flows of corporate performance information

The changing flows of corporate performance information

20th century corporate reporting practice can be likened to a tap: the flows of information are periodic, uni-directional and controllable by individual actors. In contrast, 21st century corporate information flows are more like a lake – all participants in the system...

How to embed integrated thinking into your organisation

How to embed integrated thinking into your organisation

Integrated thinking, and its close cousin Integrated Reporting, are both gaining global impetus. We asked Fronesys associate Natalya Sverjensky to unpack the virtuous cycle that drives performance.  It is an increasingly mainstream view that reporting has...

Why investors are seeking practical wisdom

Why investors are seeking practical wisdom

As increasing amounts of financial capital pour into companies disclosing more on their ESG performance, we asked Fronesys associate Brigitte Herren to discern the drivers behind this investment approach which has, hitherto, been an esoteric fragment of...

IIRC announces  Technology Initiative

IIRC announces Technology Initiative

Leading companies providing technology solutions are joining forces to look at how technology can underpin new trends in corporate reporting, and in particular can be applied to assist in the global adoption of Integrated Reporting . Launched today by the...

MK:SMART Smart Cities initiative kicks off

MK:SMART Smart Cities initiative kicks off

MK:SMART is a new three-year £16m initiative, funded by the Higher Education Funding Council of England (HEFCE), which aims to provide innovative digitally-oriented solutions to the growth challenges in Milton Keynes. Fronesys is pleased to be part of the...

Lydenberg seeks sector-specific materiality reporting

Lydenberg seeks sector-specific materiality reporting

Thousands of companies around the world are voluntarily reporting on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, in addition to the reporting of material financial factors they believe they are mandated to deliver.  A new report from the Institute...

Puma seeks a material edge in its supply chain

Puma seeks a material edge in its supply chain

Puma, the German sports goods company, is searching for alternative materials it can make its products from, shifting from its traditional use of virgin raw materials like leather and rubber. In doing this, it is one of many companies in its industry...

Rio+20: Action, please, on sustainability reporting

Rio+20: Action, please, on sustainability reporting

Bloomberg reports that 75% of over 20,000 companies worldwide do not report their sustainability impacts. As a result, such impacts have minimal effects on the practice of incorporating sustainability data into company valuations. The Rio+20 meeting is...

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