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Integrated Reporting and ISO 26000

Integrated Frameworks from IIRC and ISO 26000

Through promoting integrated thinking, ISO 26000 and the International Framework support companies in understanding and enhancing the value they create for society and for financial investors.

International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)

The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) is a global coalition of regulators, investors, companies, standard setters, the accounting profession and NGOs.

See for more information: http://www.theiirc.org/

The Integrated Reporting Framework and ISO 26000

Both ISO 26000 and the International Framework encourage organizations to consider how their strategy, operations and governance work together to create outcomes that are valuable to the business, society and other stakeholders.

By promoting ‘ integrated thinking ’, both ISO 26000 and the International Framework help organizations improve their understanding of the factors that drive or erode value over time. In addition, both encourage organizations to communicate how they plan to deliver value over the short, medium and longer term.

Integrated thinking and acting

Whereas the IIRC provides an overarching framework to support integrated thinking and reporting, ISO 26000 provides detailed guidance on how the thinking aspect can develop into action within an organization. Those looking to start their journey would be advised to consider using ISO 26000 as a complement to the International Framework. Those already using ISO 26000 will recognize this as a useful foundation toward creating effective integrated reports.

 

IR and ISO 26000 briefing summary

IR and ISO 26000 briefing summary

Download here the briefing summary of February 2015.

Integrated Reporting Framework

Integrated Reporting Framework

Download here the Integrated Reporting Framework from IIRC.