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One Report: Integrated Reporting for a Sustainable Strategy

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Winner of the 2010 PROSE Award for Best Business, Finance, & Management Book! "One Report" refers to an emerging trend in business taking place throughout the world where companies are going beyond separate reports for financial and nonfinancial (e.g., corporate social responsibility or sustainability) results and integrating both into a single integrated report. At th ...more
Hardcover, 235 pages
Published March 8th 2010 by Wiley (first published February 12th 2010)
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May 08, 2017 rated it liked it
Well written, but the information has aged noticeably in a very short space of time due to the rapidly developing nature of Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting. The topic is likely to be very dry and not very accessible to non-accountants.

The chapter on the effect the internet will have on corporate reporting is remarkably prescient though. And I enjoyed the decade by decade analysis of UTC's Annual Reports from 1958 to 2008.

Ultimately unless you are really interested in corporate reportin
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One Report discusses a new trend in business in which companies go beyond reports for financial and nonfinancial results and turn both into a single integrated report. Many also use the Internet to provide more detailed information and higher levels of engagement for their stakeholders. This kind of ‘integrated’ reporting adds value to the company and its stakeholders. Eccles provides several case studies as well as ways in which companies can move toward One Report and make it a foundation for ...more
Aug 06, 2013 rated it it was ok
Shelves: non-fiction, business
A book on reporting is unlikely to be particularly riveting and neither is this one. There is a level of muted enthusiasm from the authors that does communicate but their argument that transparency is the answer to all the world's problems glides over the few steps required to actually make it compelling.

This is not to stay that integrated reporting is not an important development but to argue that it is a panacea to all global ills stretches credulity. A tighter, more focused argument of the b
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