Materiality: What Matters to Corporate Citizenship Strategy and Reporting

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Materiality: What Matters to Corporate Citizenship Strategy and Reporting

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[Upcoming Course] Materiality: What Matters to #CorporateCitizenship Strategy and Reporting. http://bit.ly/1hvRxlp
Tuesday, August 11, 2015 - 1:30pm

A growing number of reporting frameworks and accounting standards focus on materiality. Do you know which issues truly matter to your company and your stakeholders?

Identifying and prioritizing the corporate citizenship issues that are important to your company can help you make better and more strategic decisions, elevate the purpose of your corporate citizenship program, and steer resources and attention to issues most important to your business context and to your company’s stakeholders. 

Materiality: What Matters to Corporate Citizenship Strategy and Reporting will give you an opportunity to explore the concept of material issues and the development of a materiality matrix for your industry sector and your company in a practical way.

Join us in New York City on October 8 and learn to:

  • Identify and prioritize stakeholders using key attributes of influence, legitimacy, and urgency.
  • Describe issue lifecycles and explain the impact on corporate maneuverability.
  • Evaluate different styles of corporate materiality matrices to determine the one most appropriate for your company. 
  • Apply the materiality assessment process to a test case to identify corporate citizenship priorities.

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