5th International Reporting 3.0 Conference 2018

Context For Thriveable Transformation

12/13 June 2018 | KPMG Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Draft AgendaRegister now

5th International Reporting 3.0 Conference 2018

Context For Thriveable Transformation

12/13 June 2018 | KPMG Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Draft AgendaRegister now

The Conference

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eporting provides a key leverage point for effecting necessary transformative change, operating as it does at the intersection between performance accounting and transparent accountability. However, current disclosure regimes continue to reflect incrementalist mindsets, falling far short of their potential to trigger transformation to a thriveable paradigm, according to the global network of “Positive Maverick” change agents the Reporting 3.0 Platform has assembled at its past four Conferences. Over this past half-decade, the International Reporting 3.0 Conference has emerged as the premiere global forum for identifying gaps between current reporting and what’s needed to spur the emergence of a truly Green, Open & Inclusive Economy, and vetting scalable solutions.

This year’s Reporting 3.0 Conference, the fifth overall (and the second hosted by KPMG at its Amsterdam HQ), represents a watershed moment, as it’s the first to feature final findings from all four Reporting 3.0 Blueprints. Final Recommendation Reports for the Accounting Blueprint and New Business Models Blueprint will be released at this year’s Conference, rounding out the Recommendation Reports from the Reporting Blueprint and Data Blueprint released at the 2017 Reporting 3.0 Conference.

As well, the 2018 Reporting 3.0 Conference is the first to profile pilot projects of companies and others implementing Blueprint Recommendations under the Beta Testing Program, with support from the Advocation Partners Program and the Academic Alliance. Finally, this Conference will feature the formal launch of the Global Thresholds & Allocations Council, a body of respected experts to vet and validate thresholds for the carrying capacities of the multiple capitals (natural, human, social, financial, etc…) and methodologies for companies to set fair share “slice of the pie” allocations for access to (and commensurate responsibility for sustainable management of) those capital resources from the Commons.

The 5th International Reporting 3.0 Conference is again going to be hosted by KPMG in their iconic headquarters in Amsterdam with top-notch conferencing space and technical capabilities.

The Conference

R

eporting provides a key leverage point for effecting necessary transformative change, operating as it does at the intersection between performance accounting and transparent accountability. However, current disclosure regimes continue to reflect incrementalist mindsets, falling far short of their potential to trigger transformation to a thriveable paradigm, according to the global network of “Positive Maverick” change agents the Reporting 3.0 Platform has assembled at its past four Conferences. Over this past half-decade, the International Reporting 3.0 Conference has emerged as the premiere global forum for identifying gaps between current reporting and what’s needed to spur the emergence of a truly Green, Open & Inclusive Economy, and vetting scalable solutions.

This year’s Reporting 3.0 Conference, the fifth overall (and the second hosted by KPMG at its Amsterdam HQ), represents a watershed moment, as it’s the first to feature final findings from all four Reporting 3.0 Blueprints. Final Recommendation Reports for the Accounting Blueprint and New Business Models Blueprint will be released at this year’s Conference, rounding out the Recommendation Reports from the Reporting Blueprint and Data Blueprint released at the 2017 Reporting 3.0 Conference.

As well, the 2018 Reporting 3.0 Conference is the first to profile pilot projects of companies and others implementing Blueprint Recommendations under the Beta Testing Program, with support from the Advocation Partners Program and the Academic Alliance. Finally, this Conference will feature the formal launch of the Global Thresholds & Allocations Council, a body of respected experts to vet and validate thresholds for the carrying capacities of the multiple capitals (natural, human, social, financial, etc…) and methodologies for companies to set fair share “slice of the pie” allocations for access to (and commensurate responsibility for sustainable management of) those capital resources from the Commons.

The 5th International Reporting 3.0 Conference is again going to be hosted by KPMG in their iconic headquarters in Amsterdam with top-notch conferencing space and technical capabilities.

Gallery

Have a look at the 2017 Conference Aftermovie to get an impression of last year’s conference :

Gallery

Have a look at the 2017 Conference Aftermovie to get an impression of last year’s conference :

Conference Program

 

DAY 1 – June 12, 2018

08.00 – 10.00

Registration, Welcome Coffee, Networking Opportunities

10.00 – 10.30

WELCOME by the Host & Organizer – Introduction to the 5th International Reporting 3.0 Conference

10.30 – 12.15

INTRODUCTORY KEYNOTE – The time for bold movement is upon us: The leadership challenge of the C-Suite

CO-KEYNOTES & PLENARY DISCUSSION – The need for a holistic, ecosystem-wide approach to disclosure as a trigger for achieving sustainability (and beyond to thriving) — creating transformative breakthroughs via collaboration

12.15 – 13.45

Lunch break and networking opportunity

13.45 – 14.15

SESSION 1 – Introduction and Release of the Accounting Blueprint

14.15 – 15.30

WORKSHOPS 1 – The Accounting Blueprint – focus sessions on recommendations

 

A: EDUCATION B: IMPLEMENTATION C: ACCELERATION
A deeper dive into the Accounting Blueprint and its links to other Blueprints of Reporting 3.0 as well as a focus on consistent tooling A focus session on how to engage with internal accounting, controlling and audit experts to implement the tooling recommended by the Accounting Blueprint An assessment of the needed movement Accounting Standard setters need to engage in to help accounting becoming future-fit

15.30 – 16.00

Coffee break and networking opportunity

16.00 – 16.30

Panel: Are Accounting Standard Setters ready to test the future realities

16.30 – 17.00

SESSION 2 – Introduction and Release of the New Business Model Blueprint

17.00 – 18.15

WORKSHOPS 2 – The New Business Model Blueprint – focus sessions on recommendations

 

A: EDUCATION B: IMPLEMENTATION C: ACCELERATION
A deeper dive into the New Business Model Blueprint and its links to other Blueprints of Reporting 3.0 A focus session on the Reporting 3.0 tooling to help design and implement ‘integral business models’ An assessment on further collaboration between the new business model intra- and entrepreneurs to rise to the scalability challenge of integral thinking

 

18.15 – 20.00

Drinks & Reception

20.00 – 20.30

End of Day 1

 

DAY 2 – June 13, 2018

07.30 – 09.00

Registration, Welcome Coffee, Networking Opportunities

09.00 – 09.15

Introduction to Day 2 of the conference

09.15 – 11.00

INTRODUCTORY KEYNOTE: New Business Model Intrapreneurs and Entrepreneurs – united for the future we design

CO-KEYNOTES & PLENARY DISCUSSION: The scalability of new Business Models – how to link micro with meso and macro – the rise of the ‘integral business model’

11.00 – 11.30

Coffee break and networking opportunity

11.30 – 12.15

SESSION 3 – Inauguration of the Global Thresholds & Allocations Council (GTAC)

12:15 – 13.30

SESSION 4 – REPORTING 3.0 DISSEMINATION PROGRAMS: First Learnings from the Beta Testing, Advocation Partner and Academic Alliance Programs, Launch of ‘Blueprint 5’

PLENARY DISCUSSION: The Reporting 3.0 Work Ecosystem, the 5 Blueprints, the Dissimination Programs – what have we achieved, what is still to be achieved?

13:30 – 14:30

Lunch break and networking opportunity

14:30 – 15:45

SESSION 4 – The REPORTING 3.0 DISSEMINATION PROGRAMS – engagement opportunities

A: EDUCATION B: IMPLEMENTATION C: ACCELERATION
A deeper dive into the various programs Reporting 3.0 is offering and an orientation on how to take part Practical examples from participants of the various Reporting 3.0 Dissimination Programs and how they embed r3.0 content in their organizations Designing the overall work ecosystem through a Governments & Multilaterals Group, and Investor Group and the GTAC

15:45 – 16:30

REPORTING 3.0 PLATFORM: THE FUTURE ROADMAP: Governments & Multilaterals Support Group, Investor Support Group, GTAC, r.3.0 Training Program – preparing the transition to a regenerative economy

16:30 – 17:00

CLOSING (Synopsis of the conference)

17:00 – 18:00

ADJOURN

Conference Program

DAY 1 – June 12, 2018

08.00 – 10.00

Registration, Welcome Coffee, Networking Opportunities

10.00 – 10.30

WELCOME by the Host & Organizer – Introduction to the 5th International Reporting 3.0 Conference

10.30 – 12.15

INTRODUCTORY KEYNOTE – The time for bold movement is upon us: The leadership challenge of the C-Suite

CO-KEYNOTES & PLENARY DISCUSSION – The need for a holistic, ecosystem-wide approach to disclosure as a trigger for achieving sustainability (and beyond to thriving) — creating transformative breakthroughs via collaboration

12.15 – 13.45

Lunch break and networking opportunity

13.45 – 14.15

SESSION 1 – Introduction and Release of the Accounting Blueprint

14.15 – 15.30

WORKSHOPS 1 – The Accounting Blueprint – focus sessions on recommendations

A: EDUCATION
A deeper dive into the Accounting Blueprint and its links to other Blueprints of Reporting 3.0 as well as a focus on consistent tooling
B: IMPLEMENTATION
A focus session on how to engage with internal accounting, controlling and audit experts to implement the tooling recommended by the Accounting Blueprint
C: ACCELERATION
An assessment of the needed movement Accounting Standard setters need to engage in to help accounting becoming future-fit

15.30 – 16.00

Coffee break and networking opportunity

16.00 – 16.30

Panel: Are Accounting Standard Setters ready to test the future realities

16.30 – 17.00

SESSION 2 – Introduction and Release of the New Business Model Blueprint

17.00 – 18.15

WORKSHOPS 2 – The New Business Model Blueprint – focus sessions on recommendations

A: EDUCATION
A deeper dive into the New Business Model Blueprint and its links to other Blueprints of Reporting 3.0
B: IMPLEMENTATION
A focus session on the Reporting 3.0 tooling to help design and implement ‘integral business models’
C: ACCELERATION
An assessment on further collaboration between the new business model intra- and entrepreneurs to rise to the scalability challenge of integral thinking

18.15 – 20.00

Drinks & Reception

20.00 – 20.30

End of Day 1

DAY 2 – June 13, 2018

07.30 – 09.00

Registration, Welcome Coffee, Networking Opportunities

09.00 – 09.15

Introduction to Day 2 of the conference

09.15 – 11.00

INTRODUCTORY KEYNOTE: New Business Model Intrapreneurs and Entrepreneurs – united for the future we design

CO-KEYNOTES & PLENARY DISCUSSION: The scalability of new Business Models – how to link micro with meso and macro – the rise of the ‘integral business model’

11.00 – 11.30

Coffee break and networking opportunity

11.30 – 12.15

SESSION 3 – Inauguration of the Global Thresholds & Allocations Council (GTAC)

12:15 – 13.30

SESSION 4 – REPORTING 3.0 DISSEMINATION PROGRAMS: First Learnings from the Beta Testing, Advocation Partner and Academic Alliance Programs, Launch of ‘Blueprint 5’

PLENARY DISCUSSION: The Reporting 3.0 Work Ecosystem, the 5 Blueprints, the Dissimination Programs – what have we achieved, what is still to be achieved?

13:30 – 14:30

Lunch break and networking opportunity

14:30 – 15:45

SESSION 4 – The REPORTING 3.0 DISSEMINATION PROGRAMS – engagement opportunities

A: EDUCATION
A deeper dive into the various programs Reporting 3.0 is offering and an orientation on how to take part
B: IMPLEMENTATION
Practical examples from participants of the various Reporting 3.0 Dissimination Programs and how they embed r3.0 content in their organizations
C: ACCELERATION
Designing the overall work ecosystem through a Governments & Multilaterals Group, and Investor Group and the GTAC

15:45 – 16:30

REPORTING 3.0 PLATFORM: THE FUTURE ROADMAP: Governments & Multilaterals Support Group, Investor Support Group, GTAC, r.3.0 Training Program – preparing the transition to a regenerative economy

16:30 – 17:00

CLOSING (Synopsis of the conference)

17:00 – 18:00

ADJOURN

Daniel Christian Wahl

Daniel Christian Wahl

Author, Designing Regenerative Cultures

Daniel works internationally in the fertile intersection between education, futures practice, transformative innovation, activism and culture change. His background is in biology/zoology (BSc., University of Edinburgh), holistic science (MSc.,Schumacher College) and design for sustainability (PhD., University of Dundee, 2006). He is a member of the International Futures Forum, a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts (FRSA) and the Findhorn Foundation, and co-founder of Biomimicry Iberia. He sits on the advisory councils of The Ojai Foundation, The Ecosystems Restoration Camp Foundation, The Cloudburst Foundation and the research working group of the Global Ecovillage Network. Daniel regularly teaches on the 'MA in Ecological Design Thinking' at Schumacher College.

Daniel has collaborated with Gaia Education since 2007 and currently holds a part-time position as their 'Head of Innovation and Design'. He developed the content and concept behind the 'SDG Community Implementation Flashcards' of Gaia Education, which have been launched in collaboration with UNESCO and were so far translated into Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Arabic. He is the co-author/author of the ecological, social, economic and worldview dimension of Gaia Education's successful online programme in 'Design for Sustainability'. In 2016 Triarchy Press in the UK published Daniel's first book, Designing Regenerative Cultures, which rapidly reached international acclaim. Daniel's blog and content curation on various social media platforms has developed a large international following since the book was published.

Richard Howitt

Richard Howitt

CEO IIRC

Building on the existing collaboration between Reporting 3.0 and IIRC, CEO Richard Howitt will discuss the future directions for Integrated Reporting, including guidance on addressing the carrying capacities of the multiple capitals.

James Quilligan

James Quilligan

Senior Advisor, Economic Democracy Advocates Senior Advisor, Peer to Peer Foundation

Since 1975, James Quilligan has been an analyst in development economics for government agencies in more than fifty nations. In this capacity, he has served as policy advisor and writer for many international politicians and leaders, including Pierre Trudeau, François Mitterrand, Julius Nyerere, Olof Palme, Willy Brandt, Jimmy Carter, Gordon Brown and HRH Prince El Hassan. In addition, Quilligan has been an advisor for numerous United Nations programs and international organizations, including the G7, G8, G20 and IMF. He is also an advisor for some civil society organizations, including Economic Democracy Advocates and Peer to Peer Foundation.

 

 

Bill Baue

Bill Baue

Reporting 3.0

As an internationally recognized expert on ThriveAbility, Sustainability Context, and Online Stakeholder Engagement, Bill Baue designs systemic transformation at global, company, and community levels. A serial entrepreneur, he’s co-founder of a number of companies and initiatives: ThriveAbility Foundation, Sustainability Context Group, Convetit and Sea Change Radio. He works with organizations across the sustainability ecosystem, including AccountAbility, Audubon, Ceres, GE, Global Compact, Harvard, UNCTAD, UNEP, Walmart, and Worldwatch Institute. 


Peter Teuscher

Peter Teuscher

BSD Consulting

Peter Teuscher has been working in the sustainability domain as an entrepreneur for more than 25 years. He founded trading company gebana, co-founded BSD Consulting and initiated information and collaborative platforms such as Social Management Systems SMS, Sustainability Compass and Reporting 3.0. As a Managing Partner of BSD Consulting he contributes his extensive experience in working with big multinational and smaller companies on strategy and sustainability management within a cross-cultural and international context. His main areas of work are strategy deployment and stakeholder engagement, sustainability communication and sustainable supply chain management. Peter Teuscher has a Master’s degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and a Business Engineer’s degree.


Ralph Thurm

Ralph Thurm

Reporting 3.0

Ralph Thurm is one of the leading international experts for sustainable innovation and strategy as well as sustainability and integrated reporting. He is co-initiator, content curator and facilitator of the Reporting 3.0 Platform, works as Director of Engagement for GISR and is co-founder of the ThriveAbility Foundation. Earlier, Ralph Thurm held positions as Head of the Sustainability Strategy Council at Siemens, COO of the Global Reporting Initiative and Director of Sustainability & Innovation at Deloitte. Ralph was involved in the development of all four generations of the GRI Guidelines. Furthermore Ralph works in and supports many networks for sustainable innovation as a valued partner and is a member of various Boards and Jury’s. His blog A|HEAD|ahead is a respected source and input for many international discussions.


Cornis van der Lugt

Cornis van der Lugt

BSD Consulting

Dr. Cornis Van der Lugt is a former representative of the UNEP and UN Global Compact and was deeply involved in developing industry initiatives and standards such as ISO 26000. He has worked extensively with the GRI since 2000, as well as with SustainAbility and Standard & Poor’s in publishing biennial global benchmark surveys of leading corporate sustainability reports and developing a practical guide on stakeholder engagement. In recent years his work on Natural Capital included being contributing author to international publications with the TEEB network and World Resources Institute. He is a Senior Associate to BSD Consulting and continues to contribute to recognised international research publications. Cornis holds a PhD and Masters in Business Administration from the Haute Ecole de Commerce (HEC, Paris).


 

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Reporting 3.0 offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities, described on the following pages. Sponsors are offered opportunities to present themselves as leaders and engaged practitioners in the international disclosure arena, accessing a unique community to decision makers and more than 6’000 individual newsletter contacts. We are thankful for your interest to come on board and showcase your commitment towards disclosure that truly matters. Your support will help cover the costs of the event and also make a contribution to the further institutionalization of Reporting 3.0.

We would be happy to discuss your best level of sponsorship. In case you have ideas that go beyond the following opportunities we are happy to learn what you have in mind. And we hope to welcome you and your colleagues in Amsterdam on June 12/13.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Reporting 3.0 offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities, described on the following pages. Sponsors are offered opportunities to present themselves as leaders and engaged practitioners in the international disclosure arena, accessing a unique community to decision makers and more than 6’000 individual newsletter contacts. We are thankful for your interest to come on board and showcase your commitment towards disclosure that truly matters. Your support will help cover the costs of the event and also make a contribution to the further institutionalization of Reporting 3.0.

We would be happy to discuss your best level of sponsorship. In case you have ideas that go beyond the following opportunities we are happy to learn what you have in mind. And we hope to welcome you and your colleagues in Amsterdam on June 12/13.

Partners

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Event Location Information

The 5th International Reporting 3.0 Conference is again going to be hosted by KPMG at their iconic headquarters in Amsterdam. Please see below for some hotel recommendations close to the event location.

Event Location Information

The 5th International Reporting 3.0 Conference is again going to be hosted by KPMG at their iconic headquarters in Amsterdam. Please see below for some hotel recommendations close to the event location.

Event location: KPMG Amsterdam

Event location: KPMG Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1 Laan van Langerhuize, Amstelveen, 1186 DS

About Reporting 3.0

As a “for-impact”-Initiative, Reporting 3.0 was established in 2013 by leading sustainability consultancy BSD Consulting. Reporting 3.0 serves as a global platform to scout out and accelerate reporting innovations that help to bring the global economy onto a sustainable path and to make a green, inclusive and open economy reality. It is an answer to the need for consolidation and convergence in a fragmented reporting market. It serves as a neutral, pre-competitive and market-making platform and instigator of multi-stakeholder collaboration toward a “North Star” for new breakthroughs in disclosure and reporting. Since its inception, it focused on a thorough evaluation of the status quo of corporate reporting, with the objective of connecting ideas, concepts, tools and practitioners to shape the future of reporting. It held four major global conferences to explore and shape the field and various Transition Labs and Regional Roundtables. In 2015, Reporting 3.0 has launched its Series of four Blueprint projects. Furthermore, Reporting 3.0 became the lighthouse initiative of Oncommons, a not-for-profit gGmbH, registered in Berlin, Germany, founded early 2017. This allows Reporting 3.0 to benefit from a broader array of funding opportunities. Oncommons is also registered as 501(c3) organization in the US, and has plans to broaden its reach into other areas necessary to make a Green, Inclusive and Open Economy a reality.

About Reporting 3.0

As a “for-impact”-Initiative, Reporting 3.0 was established in 2013 by leading sustainability consultancy BSD Consulting. Reporting 3.0 serves as a global platform to scout out and accelerate reporting innovations that help to bring the global economy onto a sustainable path and to make a green, inclusive and open economy reality. It is an answer to the need for consolidation and convergence in a fragmented reporting market. It serves as a neutral, pre-competitive and market-making platform and instigator of multi-stakeholder collaboration toward a “North Star” for new breakthroughs in disclosure and reporting. Since its inception, it focused on a thorough evaluation of the status quo of corporate reporting, with the objective of connecting ideas, concepts, tools and practitioners to shape the future of reporting. It held four major global conferences to explore and shape the field and various Transition Labs and Regional Roundtables. In 2015, Reporting 3.0 has launched its Series of four Blueprint projects. Furthermore, Reporting 3.0 became the lighthouse initiative of Oncommons, a not-for-profit gGmbH, registered in Berlin, Germany, founded early 2017. This allows Reporting 3.0 to benefit from a broader array of funding opportunities. Oncommons is also registered as 501(c3) organization in the US, and has plans to broaden its reach into other areas necessary to make a Green, Inclusive and Open Economy a reality.

Contact us

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Berlin, Germany
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