The economic crisis was a sharp reminder that financial measurement alone cannot provide sufficient insight into business performance. Investors - and other stakeholders - are now demanding that management teams provide clear, unambiguous information about issues such as external drivers affecting their business, their approach to governance and managing risk, and how the business model really works.
So, can you answer their questions? Do you have the necessary data and is it reliable? How do you know that your business can deliver on its strategic aims?
To be able to address these issues, some companies are starting to take a more ‘integrated’ approach to the internal and external reporting. They are reporting on their financial and non-financial performance to provide a clearer perspective on their business performance and prospects.
See some of the resources below that can help you think about what steps might be relevant for your organisation. Call us to find out more about how moving towards a more integrated reporting approach can give you a competitive edge and help build trust in your company.