Category Archives: Integrated reporting

Press Release: The Maturity Institute and Organizational Maturity Services LLP announces public release of OMINDEX ratings methodology (OM30+©)

London, 24 February 2017: The Maturity Institute (MI), in conjunction with OMS LLP, releases today its OMINDEX (Organizational Maturity Ratings OM30+© template under a Shared IP Protocol. Paul Kearns, MI Chair said: “We have made an important decision to share … Continue reading

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MBAs are obsolete

At what point does something become obsolete? The photograph on the left, of a trader using an abacus in Hong Kong, was taken as recently as 2013. So if the abacus is still in use today, how could it be … Continue reading

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MI Appoints Nick Shepherd as its Lead on Integrated Reporting

MI is very pleased to announce the appointment of Council member Nick Shepherd as its Lead on Integrated Reporting with immediate effect. MI’s whole system philosophy necessitates the total integration of all information management and reporting systems. This, in turn, … Continue reading

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Financial depletion?

As the saying goes “…we live in interesting times!” Stock markets are testing historic highs in the US supported by price to earnings ratios that are also becoming the highest on record[1]. Yet if one reads various financial articles[2] we … Continue reading

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