HANDBOOK ON INTEGRATED REPORTING (IR): FOCUS ON INTEGRATED THINKING
The Handbook for the IR and Integrated Thinking Change Journey has just been published by an ad hoc multistakeholder Working Group, coordinated by Livia Piermattei, of the Italian Network for Business Reporting: NIBR, Network Italiano Business Reporting
In his Foreword to the Handbook, Neil Stevenson of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) “welcomes the publication because it rightly emphasizes the benefits of Integrated Thinking within IR, and appreciates the practical approach and insights it offers, while describing Integrated Thinking as integral to the concept of Integrated Reporting.”
INTEGRATED REPORTING <IR>
Focus on integrated thinking: the Change Journey
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THE NIBR MULTISTAKEHOLDER WORKING GROUP
THE HANDBOOK PARTNERS
Auchan / DeA Capital / Dellas / Gruppo Generali / Guna / SAP / Gruppo Unicredit
Livia Piermattei, is Managing Partner of Methodos, the Change Management Company, where she has developed a model of Integrated Thinking that integrates sustainability into culture and reporting. Livia is a member of the Scientific Committee of Nedcommunity and is Scientific Coordinator of the first Integrated Governance Research and Conference held in 2016.
Livia edited and coordinated NIBR publication: “Integrated Reporting <IR>: focus on Integrated Thinking”.
Tommaso currently follows communication, storytelling and stakeholder engagement projects (particular focus on pharmaceutical industry). He also coordinated NIBR working group dedicated to Integrated Thinking and Reporting and edited NIBR publication: “Integrated Reporting <IR>: focus on Integrated Thinking”. He graduated in Philosophy at the University of Padua. Then pursued his studies in Paris and Lille, where he focused in Linguistics and Storytelling at the University of Paris 7, Paris 1 – La Sorbonne and Lille 3.