Integrated Thinking and Reporting

Discover how to dramatically improve strategic planning, minimise risk and evaluate your organisation's performance more effectively.

8 CPD points

In today’s business environment well-run organisations are expected to create value for all stakeholders - employees, customers, investors and society. Integrated thinking helps develop strategy, minimise risk, and evaluate performance effectively by looking beyond the financials.

Course/workshop category: Short Courses

Duration: One day, 8.30am – 4.00pm

At this one-day course you will explore how to incorporate integrated thinking and reporting into your strategic planning by considering the relationship between your organisations’ various operating and functional units and the capital that it uses or attracts while using the reporting tools as a feedback loop for better decision making.

Content Covered:

  • Understand the importance of integrated thinking and reporting in a modern governance framework
  • Recognise the drivers that are material to your key stakeholders and apply system thinking to address these needs
  • Identify how to use integrated thinking and reporting to improve your governance decision making and drive value for stakeholders
  • Gain practical insights from other organisations’ journeys and translate this into learnings and actions to support effective application in your entity.
     



Jacqueline (Jackie) Lloyd describes how Integrated think and reporting can benefit all organisations. Join Jane Diplock and other experts to find out more at our one day course with insightful case studies including NZ Post, Zealandia and Moana


Who should attend?
Experienced directors 


​Members: $850 incl GST
Non-members: $1,080 incl GST

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Our facilitators

Integrated Thinking and Reporting is presented by one of the facilitators below.

  • Jane Diplock

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    Jane has wide ranging governance experience, in public and private companies as well as the not for profit sector and in a number of international entities. She was the Chair of the Executive Committee of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) until April 2011.  Jane was awarded the Order of Australia (AO) for “service to business and commerce, to public administration, particularly in the areas of education and training, and to the community through a range of social justice, health, educational and cultural organizations”.

  • Ian Jameson

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    Ian is the Programme Lead of the Corporate Reporting Dialogue ‘the dialogue’, an initiative designed to respond to market calls for greater coherence, consistency and comparability between corporate reporting frameworks, standards and related requirements. His duties also involve being the Region Lead for Africa, to support institutional partners with the development and adoption of integrated reporting on the continent. Ian Jameson was seconded from KPMG in South Africa to the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC). 

  • Simon Wilkins

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    Simon is a partner in KPMG’s Advisory practice and leads KPMG’s Sustainable Value practice. This covers a range of services to help deliver long-term value in financial, environmental, social and ethical terms. Specific offerings include Better Business Reporting (including Integrated Reporting) and True Value, KPMG’s methodology to help clients create corporate and societal value. Prior to joining KPMG in 2011, Simon was a partner with PwC. He has advised a number of Silicon Valley technology clients on transactional and impairment issues at the height of the global financial crisis.