Integrated Reporting: What You Need to Know

A complimentary webinar from Addison
May 21, 2013 12:15 PM ET

A complimentary webinar from Addison
Thursday, June 13, 2013
1:00 – 2:00 pm Eastern Time

How can organizations use integrated reporting to demonstrate value creation?
What benefits have organizations seen from issuing an integrated report?
How do organizations determine financial and nonfinancial material issues?
How can a company create an integrated report with a strong strategic focus?

Please join Addison’s panel for an online presentation and Q&A session on integrated reporting and its role in promoting integrated thinking and collaborative decision-making.

  • Judy Sandford, Senior Strategist, Sustainability Communications
  • Mike Krzus, Integrated Reporting Consultant
  • Eliott Saltzman, SVP, Stakeholder Communications
  • Wendy Fried, Strategist, Stakeholder Communications

This webinar is recommended for executives responsible for reporting on financial and/or sustainability issues.

Register now!


Judy Sandford is Senior Strategist, Sustainability Communications (GRI-certified*), at Addison, leading the practice she founded six years ago. Among her 20 clients are: AB InBev, Allstate, CA Technologies, Ceres, GE, Merck, Norfolk Southern Railways and PepsiCo. Judy lectures at NYU Stern School of Business MBA program and teaches a Sustainability Communications course for the M.S. in Sustainable Management at The Earth Institute, Columbia University


Mike Krzus is one of the world’s leading authorities on integrated reporting. He is coauthor, with Bob Eccles, of One Report: Integrated Reporting for a Sustainable Strategy. Bob and Mike are writing a second book on integrated reporting, scheduled to be published in Spring 2014. Mike is a member of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board Advisory Council and The Alliance of Trustworthy Business Experts. He is also a fellow of the Governance & Accountability Institute.


Eliott Saltzman is Senior Vice President of Addison’s Stakeholder and Digital Communications practices. Eliott has over 25 years of experience managing the design and production of investor communications and digital media. He is a frequent speaker on the future of financial reporting and the importance of plain English and information design to successful communications.


Wendy Fried is Strategist, Stakeholder Communications, at Addison. She heads the firm’s Simplified Disclosure practice, which helps leading public companies create clear and effective proxy statements and 10-Ks. Wendy has been rethinking corporate documents and transforming complex information into plain language for over 10 years. Prior to that, Wendy was an attorney in the financial services industry.

* GRI Certified Sustainability Reporting Course Administered by ISOS Group, New York, New York, May 31— June 1, 2012