Integrated Reporting – Communicating and Report ing to International
9.00-9.15 Introductions & Welcome
Part 1: Introduction to Integrated Reporting
The Integrated Reporting or <IR> approach is becoming the best practice standard for sustainability
reporting. Large companies across Asia are now encouraged to adopt integrated reporting based on a
globally recognised framework.
These sessions on <IR> will describe in detail how the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)
guidelines work, what data is required and how you can begin to meet the challenges of this new
• What is integrated thinking?
• What are the elements of the <IR> Framework?
• How is <IR> connected to other reporting approaches?
• What makes a good quality report and a good quality integrated report?
• ‘Best practices’ examples from around the world
Part 2: Six areas of excellent Integrated Strategies
Well-designed <IR> tools can support sustainability strategies and provide detailed guidance on some
of the steps that companies can take to embed integrated thinking into their organisation and meet
their obligations under international guidelines, they should cover the integration of the “Six Capitals”
into a clear value-creating strategy:
1. Financial Capital
2. Manufactured Capital
3. Intellectual Capital
4. Human Capital
5. Social & Relationships Capital
6. Natural Capital
12.00-1.00pm LUNCH & NETWORKING
Part 3: Group Exercise: Identifying Integrated Strategies
This session will draw on group experiences to help us fully understand how <IR> tools can support
sustainability strategies and how to embed integrated thinking into our organisation. Looking at the six
capitals of <IR> we will uncover some of the techniques to calculate the return on each and how we
can present it.
4.45-5.00pm QUESTIONS & SUMMARY OF THE DAY