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Report Everything covers nerdy issues in corporate and nonprofit reporting: from integrated reporting to measuring social values. Very exciting!

The Crystal Ball: Corporate Reporting in Five Years’ Time

 

I was having a conversation with some people in the world of billing. (Actually, it was Peter Smyth, of Billing Bureau. I highly recommend them for all things billing cycle – in other words, revenue). He asked me where I thought Report Machine would be in five years. I started to write him an […]

By |November 15th, 2013|Report Everything|Comments Off on The Crystal Ball: Corporate Reporting in Five Years’ Time

Corporate social responsibility in Australia – dive in or dip your toe?

The Australian Centre for Corporate Social responsibility just sent out an email letting subscribers know they are recruiting companies for their State of CSR in Australia and New Zealand Annual Review for 2014.

It’s basically a research project studying how Australian companies roll out, measure and report on their corporate social responsibility profile.

In short, it’s the […]

By |October 28th, 2013|Report Everything|Comments Off on Corporate social responsibility in Australia – dive in or dip your toe?

The world turns: how we think sustainability reporting will evolve

For good reason, corporate reporting has long been seen as being on the totally mind-numbing end of the excitement spectrum. Most annual reports are deliberately made unremarkable, tools to assure investors that they have made a wise choice and should continue to do so – this includes the annual reports of nonprofits, whose ‘investors’ […]

By |September 11th, 2013|Report Everything|Comments Off on The world turns: how we think sustainability reporting will evolve