Tag Archives: IIRC

Big 4 failing in critical areas of integration and inclusivity

Following the publication of the Maturity Institute’s recent report on the Big 4 accounting firms (see The Accountant’s review), MI sent an open letter to the senior partners, asking them to justify their current business models in terms of Total … Continue reading

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A clinical analysis & assessment of immature leadership and amateur HR – a fatal combination.

Ten years after the crash of 2008, banks today might be more solvent but we still cannot trust them. Their underlying culture, where profit conflicts with societal value, has not changed. They persist in trying to justify their profit-driven behaviour … Continue reading

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How can SHRM ensure it does not become just another Linkedin group?

There is no easy or gentle way to say this. There are some good people who are members of SHRM but the facts, and SHRM’s own evidence, clearly indicate that not one of its 285,000 members is certified to a … 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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International Integrated Reporting Council recognises ground-breaking work on Human Capital Reporting

The International Integrated Reporting Council responsible for developing a global <IR> framework has recognised MI approved, OMS LLP’s, work in its latest report on ‘The value of human capital reporting’ “Much human capital reporting currently focuses on inputs and activities, rather … Continue reading

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Reporting on the value of people – the SSE Report

On 31st March 2015 the Global Index of Human Capital Management (OMINDEX) was launched with an overview guide  of the findings from its research.  Included in the Index was the Scottish energy company SSE, which had been awarded a BB- … Continue reading

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