Integrated Reporting Insights – The connectivity principle

23 Jun 2020 by Mike Tisdall

This video in our series on integrated reporting looks at the guiding principle of ‘Connectivity of Information’.

This is the bit where <IR> asks you to join the dots between the various things that are happening because looking at things in silos isn’t particularly useful. It’s systems thinking really, where there are interdependencies whether they’re immediately obvious or not. If you can clearly see the trade-offs, you can understand how they affect each other. And that might have you making different decisions.

So how do you go about identifying these connections? And then how do you articulate them in your report?

This video provides a couple of tips . . .

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