Integrated Reporting is putting all your cards on the table.
Integrated reporting is the practice of including all the important financial and non-financial factors, such as environmental impact and community actions, in one report.
It provides a fuller, clearer accounting picture of a company’s overall performance and future plans for success.
Harvard professor Robert G. Eccles has written extensively on the science and practice of integrated reporting.
Read his Summer 2011 Stanford Social Innovation Review article (co-authored by Daniela Saltzman) for a comprehensive introduction to the topic.