2017 Extended External Reporting Surveys
The 2017 Extended External Reporting Surveys aim to contribute to the global conversation on how to improve the quality of Extended External Reporting (EER) by looking at the challenges and opportunities that exist within New Zealand. The accompanying reports were prepared with the objective to find insights in the surveys and communicate findings.
- Joint XRB and McGuinness Institute media release, dated 13 March 2018:
Companies need to respond to user demand for non-financial information
- Launch media release, dated 12 March 2018: Reporting gap found in new research
Working Paper 2018/01 – NZSX-listed company tables
Working Paper 2018/01 aims to explore current EER practices and provide context to both the Users’ Survey and Preparers’ Survey.
The overall aim of ReportingNZ is to contribute to a discussion on how to build an informed society. ReportingNZ is a McGuinness Institute policy project that began in 2016 and formed a major part of our 2017 work programme.
About the three policy projects
The McGuinness Institute developed three interlinking policy projects that stem from our observation that foresight drives strategy, strategy requires reporting, and reporting shapes foresight; hence, ForesightNZ, StrategyNZ and ReportingNZ. Each policy project is concerned with a set of tools and frameworks that shape and drive public policy. Our three policy projects highlight that the principles of foresight, strategy, and reporting must align if we want New Zealand to develop durable, robust and forward-looking public policy. We separate policy projects from research projects to emphasise that these three sets of tools and frameworks transcend and differ from the significant issues facing New Zealand. For a full explanation, go to the About page on the McGuinness Institute website.
If you have any enquiries about this project, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.