Center for Integrated Human Capital Reporting
Integrated reporting to boards and investors is coming. Human capital is the most important new element in integrated reporting. Learning human capital’s role in integrated reporting will be on the agenda of leaders, boards and investors.
The principles of integrated reporting are in place (see www.iirc.org). It’s a difficult road from the reading the principles to knowing what actions to take. We aim to make it easier.
The Center for Integrated Human Capital Reporting is a community of practice helping organizations not only to learn integrated human capital reporting, but to shape it.
Who we are
Dr. Laurie Bassi and David Creelman have long been thought leaders on human capital reporting. We are committed to continuing to help the community move forward, avoid pitfalls, and keep learning.
For more information on human capital reporting, check out:
- Reporting on Human Capital: The drama, the guidelines and the future (2013) by David Creelman and Laurie Bassi
- Reporting on Human Capital: Why, What & How, Laurie Bassi and David Creelman, Washington CPA, January 2013.
- Good Company: Business success in the worthiness era (2012) by Laurie Bassi
- Boards and HR: How board oversight of human capital works (2012) by David Creelman and Andrew Lambert
- Reporting on Human Capital: What the Fortune 100 tells Wall Street about Human Capital Management (2006) by Creelman Research
- Are Skills a Cost or an Asset? Laurie Bassi and Daniel McMurrer, The Milken Institute Review, Volume 6, Number 3, 2004.
What you can do
Are you an HR leader? An investor? A CFO? A regulator?
All these stakeholders have a role to play. We invite you to get in touch so that we can share ideas, successes and failures. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll connect you to our community.
Our research on "What the Fortune 50 Tells Wall Street" shows that reporting on human capital is not speculative. We can do it now.