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A New Vision of Value

 

A New Vision of Value

As economic, social and environmental mega forces transform the operating landscape for business, the disconnect between corporate and societal value creation is disappearing. New regulations, growing stakeholder influence and changing market dynamics are driving the internalization of business externalities at an increasing rate. Externalities are now part of every company's value creation story.

 

A New Vision of Value [PDF 6.49Mb] is the follow-up to KPMG International's 2012 report Expect the Unexpected: Building business value in a changing world.

 

Spotlight on corporate transparency: Insights from GLOBE 2014

 

In March 2014, more than 1,800 delegates from 45 countries convened in Vancouver, Canada for North America's largest sustainable business summit, GLOBE 2014.

 

On September 9, 2014, GRI North America and KPMG in Canada will release a paper capturing the perspective of surveyed participants on corporate transparency - why it matters, what are the drivers and the impact it has on businesses today and in the future.

 

Overall, the respondents recognize the value of corporate transparency and the importance of government, securities regulators, and the C-Suite in driving improved corporate sustainability strategies, and business performance. Based on this analysis, key findings include:

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Join the corporate transparency conversation on twitter, now.

 

Publications

 

The KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2013
The KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2013 [PDF 6.88Mb]
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Spotlight on corporate transparency: Insights from GLOBE 2014

William (Bill) J. Murphy

William (Bill) J. Murphy

National Leader, Climate Change & Sustainability Services

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“Corporate Responsibility reporting is now a standard business practice across the country, and companies that do not publish a report may be putting themselves at risk of falling behind their competitors. The important questions to now ask are ‘what are our most significant environmental and social impacts?', ‘how are we managing these?' and 'how should we report our performance and progress?’”