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Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting

The KPMG International Corporate Responsibility Reporting Survey 2011 is the most comprehensive survey of Corporate Responsibility (CR) reporting trends ever published.
Modified date: 4/7/2014
Press release
 

The KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2013

Global trends in Corporate Responsibility reporting across 41 countries and a deep-dive into CR reporting quality among the world’s largest companies.
Modified date: 2/24/2014
Survey report
 

Corporate responsibility risk not sufficiently tied to remuneration, says KPMG

The KPMG Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting 2013 provides a snapshot of current global trends in CR reporting.
Modified date: 9/17/2014
Press release
 

Assuring safety

Measuring non-catastrophic ‘negative’ outcomes can be done and is a foundation of safe and high reliable care.
Modified date: 8/6/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper
 

Conclusion: the path to progress

Healthcare organizations making progress along the path to high reliability have adopted some or all of the following actions.
Modified date: 11/21/2013
Business and industry issue; White paper
 

Building block 4: Measurement

All world-class healthcare organizations share an obsession with measurement.
Modified date: 8/7/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper
 

Building block 1: A culture devoted to quality

Continuous measurement and a clear sense of accountability must be intrinsic values for healthcare rather than imposed obligations.
Modified date: 8/6/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper
 

Building block 3: Optimizing and standardizing processes

With a higher level of scrutiny and double checks, healthcare processes become far more resilient.
Modified date: 8/7/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper
 

Executive summary

In a ‘high reliability’ healthcare organization, excellence is planned, outcomes are methodically measured, and safety is an absolute priority.
Modified date: 8/6/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper
 

Building block 2: Responsibility and accountability

Without a clear vision of how to use measurements, even the best healthcare metrics are of little value.
Modified date: 8/6/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper
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