Risk Management and Integrated Reporting

In organisational risk assessment, financial risk assessment (and financial risk management) comes first, followed by occupational injury risk prevention and physical security risk assessment and risk management, especially for properties and facilities that are more vulnerable to a crime or… Continue Reading

Kitchen logic (1): Holism

I guess we all experience awkward moments from time to time, seeing simple basic truths behind complicated explanations. Buzzwords like “circular economy”, “sharing economy” or “universal basic income” are the most frequent examples. There is an abundance of such buzzwords… Continue Reading

Branding as integration vehicle for IR

Integrated reporting is based on two premises: That organisations behave like living beings (biological premise). That living beings exist holistically (holistic premise). Taken together, these two premises limit the possibilities of organisational philosophy, explanation, design, governance, control, risk management, and… Continue Reading

Integrated reporting as a part of organizational memetics

Featured image: Matevž Paternoster photo of 5.200 years old wheel found near Ljubljana Integrated reporting (IR) is a global initiative to upgrade organisational reporting. From the perspective of traditional reporting IR objectives are difficult to understand. Or better: they could be… Continue Reading