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Improve your strategy, minimise risk, and more effectively evaluate performance.
Integrated reporting is an evolution of corporate reporting, with a focus on conciseness, strategic relevance and future orientation. Before the reporting comes the thinking.
In this one-day course you learn how to incorporate integrated thinking and reporting into your strategic planning.
You will consider the relationship between your organisation’s operating and functional units and its capital, and how to use reporting tools as a feedback loop for better decision-making.
You’ll learn from insightful case studies including NZ Post, Zealandia, and Moana.
By the end of the course you will know how to improve strategic planning, minimise risk, and evaluate your organisation's performance more effectively.
8.30am to 4.00pm
Understand the value of the Integrated Reporting <IR> framework in finding ways to minimise risk and drive value for stakeholders, customers, employees and society as a whole.
Evaluate performance and efficiencies by looking beyond the backward looking financial statements.
Gain practical insights from other organisations and translate them into effective application in your entity.
People who want to be better at collective decision-making for their organisation.
Register three or more attendees from the same organisation on a course and receive a 10% discount. To take advantage of this offer please phone +64 4 499 0076 and speak to one of the delivery team. (This discount does not apply to conferences.)
We have been monitoring government updates regarding COVID-19 and are keeping up to date with Ministry of Health guidance with regard to events and public gatherings.
For the latest updates on face to face courses and our safety planning see our response to COVID-19 page
“It has allowed me to review our approach and see that we are on the right track. It did provide me with some triggers on what we can explore further. It was well worth doing this course”.