What is an integrated report?
Since it is not limited solely to financial resources, the integrated report makes it possible to assess the creation of value in its entirety, in the short, medium and long term.
Inspired by the initiative of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), the integrated report is a voluntary approach to long-term progress in an integrated thinking process.
In the integrated report, the value of an organisation is defined by 6 types of capital:
Social and societal
Why make an integrated report?
The integrated report has several functions. Thus, it mainly allows you to:
Communicate in complete transparency
Leading the global strategy
Assist in the decision making process
How to create an integrated report?
Goodwill-management supports you throughout the stages of the implementation of a demanding and relevant CSR approach:
Identify value creation processes
Define strategic objectives
Develop an action plan aligned with strategic objectives
Identify and monitor performance indicators
Writing and publishing the integrated report
To go further
- Develop a sectoral CSR reference framework aligned with ISO 26000 and adapted to your challenges
- Dialogue with your stakeholders
- Obtaining the LUCIE 26000 Label
- Measure the social return on investment (SROI) of your CSR actions
- Train the company’s various professions in the integration of social responsibility (responsible purchasing)
- Measure your ecological footprint