How can your company show the value of non-financial, intangible assets in a way your investors, C-suite, and board can easily understand and act on? The question is more critical than ever: Over the last 30 years, intangible assets have moved from 20 percent to more than 80 percent of the value of public companies, while financial reporting and decision-making practices have failed to keep pace.
Our new report The Emergence of Integrated Reporting fills this vital gap. Read on to learn the best practices for creating a framework capable of capturing the myriad ways companies create and sustain value in the twenty-first century.
We are currently conducting a brief survey on the external assurances practices for corporate sustainbility reporting. It would be great if you could participate: Sustainability Assurance Practices Survey. We will publish the results for all participants.