2019

Thought Leader Tuesday with Robert Eccles

TEASER Thought Leader Tuesday with Robert Eccles

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2018

NYU Stern CSB Practice Forum Panel #2

Panel: "Sustainability Investing: Moving from Correlation to Causality" MODERATOR: Robert Eccles, Professor, University of Oxford SPEAKERS: Jonathan Bailey, Head of Environmental, Social and Governance Investing, Neuberger Berman Gianna M. McCarthy, Director, Corporate Governance, Office of the NYS Comptroller Amisha Parekh, Senior Product Strategist, Sustainable Finance, Bloomberg LP Charles Penner, Partner, Jana Partners LLC Jackie Roberts, Chief Sustainability Officer, The Carlyle Group

2017

Telia Talks - Professor Robert G. Eccles Lecture

Prof. Robert G. Eccles is one of the most well-known experts in the field of responsible business and on how sustainability can be integrated in companies governing structure and reporting. During this inspiring lecture we will be given insights of how responsible business conduct can be enhanced by using the companies steering models, business strategies and reporting. ------------------------------ Our 21,000 talented colleagues serve millions of customers every day in one of the world’s most connected regions. With a strong connectivity base, we’re the hub in the digital ecosystem, empowering people, companies and societies to stay in touch with everything that matters 24/7/365 - on their terms. Headquartered in Stockholm, the heart of innovation and technology, we’re set to change the industry and bring the world even closer for our customers.

Panel discussion with leading stakeholders at CEO Investor Forum in February, 2017.

Panel discussion at the CEO Investor Forum, February, 2017 featuring Robert Eccles, Global Chairman, Arabesque Partners; Erika Karp, Founder and CEO, Cornerstone Capital; Graham Macmillan, Global Head of Sustainable Business and Finance, Bloomberg; Arunma Oteh, Vice President and Treasurer, The World Bank; Mark McDivitt, Managing Director, State Street Global Exchange Leading cross-sector CEOs and executives came together to publicly share first-ever long-term business plans to an audience of nearly 200 major investors representing more than $20 trillion in assets under management at the inaugural CECP CEO Investor Forum held February 27 in New York City. The first convening of its kind, the CEO Investor Forum came in response to the growing consensus of CECP’s CEOs and leaders from the global investment community that the current market focus on short-term performance can adversely affect their ability to generate sustained value. In addition to presenting operational and financial outlooks ranging three to five years or more, these long-term plans incorporated material environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues, introduced new long-term performance metrics, and highlighted the role of each company’s values or purpose as the foundation for long-term prosperity.

Investing with Value by Dr. Robert Eccles, Chairman Arabesque Partners.

Dr. Robert Eccles - Investing with Value

A Tesla in Finance | Robert Eccles, author and capital market activist - FULL INTERVIEW

Harvard Professor Robert Eccles is the world’s foremost expert on integrated reporting and a leader on how companies and investors can create sustainable strategies. He is the Founding Chairman of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and one of the founders of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC). He has recently joined the board of Mistra Centre for Sustainable Markets (MISUM) in Sweden. Bob is Chairman of Arabesque Partners, the first ESG Quant Fund, with headquarters in London and a research group in Frankfurt. In 2011, Bob was selected as one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior, for his extensive, positive contribution to building trust in business, and in 2014 and 2015 was named as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics. For us he is the Tesla in Finance. Mad Talks´ Tariq Qureishy talks to Robert how he reinvented finance and why he sees himself as a capital market activist. www.madtalks.com Follow MADTalks on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MADTalksTweets Like MADTalks on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MADTalksGlobal

A Tesla in Finance | Robert Eccles, author and capital market activist

Harvard Professor Robert Eccles is the world’s foremost expert on integrated reporting and a leader on how companies and investors can create sustainable strategies. He is the Founding Chairman of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and one of the founders of the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC). He has recently joined the board of Mistra Centre for Sustainable Markets (MISUM) in Sweden. Bob is Chairman of Arabesque Partners, the first ESG Quant Fund, with headquarters in London and a research group in Frankfurt. In 2011, Bob was selected as one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior, for his extensive, positive contribution to building trust in business, and in 2014 and 2015 was named as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics. For us he is the Tesla in Finance. Mad Talks´ Tariq Qureishy talks to Robert how he reinvented finance and why he sees himself as a capital market activist. www.madtalks.com Follow MADTalks on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MADTalksTweets Like MADTalks on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MADTalksGlobal

2016

Professor Bob Eccles on the future of sustainability reporting

Robert Eccles at IAM Conference Chile 2016

IAM - ESE Business School Conference 2016. In Jan 5th-7th 2016 world class thinkers and business leaders gathered at ESE Business School around the challenge "The Future of the Corporation: Being Best For the World". The keynote speakers were Cardinal Peter Turkson, José Miguel Insulza, Alfredo Enrione, Paul Laudicina, Vijay Sathe, Stuart Lloyd Hart, Robert Eccles, Chris Laszlo, Judy Samuelson and Tan Chin Tiong.

2015

Can impact investing make real impact?

Professor Robert Eccles, from the Harvard Center for the Environment, makes the case for impact investing and how investors are one of the strongest forces creating a sustainable world. Discover all 7 reasons why the world will be sustainable at http://susty7.com

The importance of sustainability and ESG in today's business world

Dr. Robert Eccles, Professor at Harvard Business School & Board member at TruValue Labs, discusses sustainability trends, company sustainability reporting, and ESG data.

2014

Dr. Robert Eccles on Integrated Reporting

Listen to a section of Dr. Robert Eccles speech on Integrated Reporting! Dr. Eccles teaches at the Harvard Business School and recently spoke a the conference on the Human Cost of Cheap Labor.

2013

Premio Eco 2013 | Apresentação Robert Eccles

RobecoSAM Forum Webcast - Definition of Sustainability - 10/2012

Once again, this year's RobecoSAM Forum brought together a group of distinguished speakers such as Peter Bakker (WBCSD), Stephan Feldhaus (Roche), Francesco Chiappetta (Pirelli), Takejiro Sueyoshi (UNEP FI), Daniel Schmid (SAP), Martine Menko (Vervoer) and Robert Eccles (Harvard Business School). We took this opportunity to ask them three questions and we will share their answers with you in this and the next two months. For the first question, we asked them what sustainability means to them.

Integrated Reporting - Robert Eccles & George Serafeim, Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School, BWise, and NASDAQ OMX have developed an online education program focused on integrated reporting

2012

Innovating for Sustainability - Professor Robert Eccles & Professor George Serafeim

Every major company is grappling with the meaning and application of sustainability in relation to its geographic location, industry and business model. Similarly, more and more institutional investors are incorporating sustainability into their resource allocation decision making process. As a result, we are seeing the emergence of a new view of the role of the corporation in society, one that simultaneously meets shareholders' and other stakeholders' objectives. This new model is only beginning to emerge, but some of its outlines are already clear such as a longer-term time horizon, more holistic performance measurement and reporting, more active corporate governance, and greater engagement with shareholders and other stakeholders. Achieving sustainability - for corporations, investors, analysts, information intermediaries, and other forms of organisations - often requires innovations in processes, products, and business models in order to optimise both financial and nonfinancial (e.g., environmental, social, and governance [ESG]) outcomes. Innovation is a critical element, because in the absence of it managers often need to make trade-offs between financial and ESG goals. Therefore, innovation is the mechanism that allows companies to extend the performance frontier.

2011

Report Integrato. Intervista a Robert Eccles e Michael Krzus, autori di One Report

www.bilanciarsi.it Intervista a Robert Eccles e Michael Krzus, autori di One Report. Il libro, pubblicato in Italia con il titolo "Report Integrato. La rendicontazione Integrata per una Strategia Sostenibile", è dedicato alla nuova forma di rendicontazione che costituirà nel prossimo futuro un cardine delle strategie di comunicazione delle organizzazioni di tutto il mondo.

2010

Background on Integrated Reporting

Harvard Business School Professor, Robert Eccles, provides an overview of integrated reporting, while also discussing current trends on the subject. Read the blog post (SAP's Smart Sustainability Site) that accompanies this video on Harvard Business Review's website: http://blogs.hbr.org/hbsfaculty/2010/12/saps-smart-sustainability-site.html

Robert Eccles - Welcome Message

Robert Eccles - Welcome Message

Chapter 2: Robert G. Eccles - One Report - An Idea Whose Time has Come

About Robert G. Eccles: Robert G. Eccles is Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. He first joined the faculty in 1979 and received tenure in 1989. He left in 1993 to work in the private sector, and rejoined the faculty in 2007. Dr Eccles has written three books on corporate reporting, including The Value Reporting Revolution: Moving Beyond the Earnings Game with Robert H. Herz, E. Mary Keegan and David M.H. Phillips, and Building Public Trust: The Future of Corporate Reporting with Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr. Dr Eccles' most recent book, written with Michael P. Krzus, is One Report: Integrated Reporting for a Sustainable Strategy. Interview Chapters: 1. Background to Integrated Reporting 2. One Report - An Idea Whose Time has Come 3. The International Integrated Reporting Committee 4. Global Standards and Collective Conversations 5. Introducing Voluntary Filing Programs 6. The Time is Now... Recorded in Dr Eccles' office at Harvard Business School on 22 July 2010 by Wendy McGuinness, Chief Executive of the Sustainable Future Institute. The Institute is an independent think tank specialising in research and policy analysis based in New Zealand. See http://sustainablefuture.info

Chapter 6: Robert Eccles - The Time is Now...

About Robert G. Eccles: Robert G. Eccles is Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. He first joined the faculty in 1979 and received tenure in 1989. He left in 1993 to work in the private sector, and rejoined the faculty in 2007. Dr Eccles has written three books on corporate reporting, including The Value Reporting Revolution: Moving Beyond the Earnings Game with Robert H. Herz, E. Mary Keegan and David M.H. Phillips, and Building Public Trust: The Future of Corporate Reporting with Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr. Dr Eccles' most recent book, written with Michael P. Krzus, is One Report: Integrated Reporting for a Sustainable Strategy. Interview Chapters: 1. Background to Integrated Reporting 2. One Report - An Idea Whose Time has Come 3. The International Integrated Reporting Committee 4. Global Standards and Collective Conversations 5. Introducing Voluntary Filing Programs 6. The Time is Now... Recorded in Dr Eccles' office at Harvard Business School on 22 July 2010 by Wendy McGuinness, Chief Executive of the Sustainable Future Institute. The Institute is an independent think tank specialising in research and policy analysis based in New Zealand. See http://sustainablefuture.info

Chapter 5: Robert G. Eccles - Introducing Voluntary Filing Programs

About Robert G. Eccles: Robert G. Eccles is Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. He first joined the faculty in 1979 and received tenure in 1989. He left in 1993 to work in the private sector, and rejoined the faculty in 2007. Dr Eccles has written three books on corporate reporting, including The Value Reporting Revolution: Moving Beyond the Earnings Game with Robert H. Herz, E. Mary Keegan and David M.H. Phillips, and Building Public Trust: The Future of Corporate Reporting with Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr. Dr Eccles' most recent book, written with Michael P. Krzus, is One Report: Integrated Reporting for a Sustainable Strategy. Interview Chapters: 1. Background to Integrated Reporting 2. One Report - An Idea Whose Time has Come 3. The International Integrated Reporting Committee 4. Global Standards and Collective Conversations 5. Introducing Voluntary Filing Programs 6. The Time is Now... Recorded in Dr Eccles' office at Harvard Business School on 22 July 2010 by Wendy McGuinness, Chief Executive of the Sustainable Future Institute. The Institute is an independent think tank specialising in research and policy analysis based in New Zealand. See http://sustainablefuture.info

Chapter 4: Robert G. Eccles - Global Standards and Collective Conversations

About Robert G. Eccles: Robert G. Eccles is Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. He first joined the faculty in 1979 and received tenure in 1989. He left in 1993 to work in the private sector, and rejoined the faculty in 2007. Dr Eccles has written three books on corporate reporting, including The Value Reporting Revolution: Moving Beyond the Earnings Game with Robert H. Herz, E. Mary Keegan and David M.H. Phillips, and Building Public Trust: The Future of Corporate Reporting with Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr. Dr Eccles' most recent book, written with Michael P. Krzus, is One Report: Integrated Reporting for a Sustainable Strategy. Interview Chapters: 1. Background to Integrated Reporting 2. One Report - An Idea Whose Time has Come 3. The International Integrated Reporting Committee 4. Global Standards and Collective Conversations 5. Introducing Voluntary Filing Programs 6. The Time is Now... Recorded in Dr Eccles' office at Harvard Business School on 22 July 2010 by Wendy McGuinness, Chief Executive of the Sustainable Future Institute. The Institute is an independent think tank specialising in research and policy analysis based in New Zealand. See http://sustainablefuture.info

Chapter 3: Robert G. Eccles - The International Reporting Committee (IIRC)

About Robert G. Eccles: Robert G. Eccles is Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. He first joined the faculty in 1979 and received tenure in 1989. He left in 1993 to work in the private sector, and rejoined the faculty in 2007. Dr Eccles has written three books on corporate reporting, including The Value Reporting Revolution: Moving Beyond the Earnings Game with Robert H. Herz, E. Mary Keegan and David M.H. Phillips, and Building Public Trust: The Future of Corporate Reporting with Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr. Dr Eccles' most recent book, written with Michael P. Krzus, is One Report: Integrated Reporting for a Sustainable Strategy. Interview Chapters: 1. Background to Integrated Reporting 2. One Report - An Idea Whose Time has Come 3. The International Integrated Reporting Committee 4. Global Standards and Collective Conversations 5. Introducing Voluntary Filing Programs 6. The Time is Now... Recorded in Dr Eccles' office at Harvard Business School on 22 July 2010 by Wendy McGuinness, Chief Executive of the Sustainable Future Institute. The Institute is an independent think tank specialising in research and policy analysis based in New Zealand. See http://sustainablefuture.info

Chapter 1: Robert G. Eccles - Background to Integrated Reporting

About Robert G. Eccles: Robert G. Eccles is Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. He first joined the faculty in 1979 and received tenure in 1989. He left in 1993 to work in the private sector, and rejoined the faculty in 2007. Dr Eccles has written three books on corporate reporting, including The Value Reporting Revolution: Moving Beyond the Earnings Game with Robert H. Herz, E. Mary Keegan and David M.H. Phillips, and Building Public Trust: The Future of Corporate Reporting with Samuel A. DiPiazza Jr. Dr Eccles' most recent book, written with Michael P. Krzus, is One Report: Integrated Reporting for a Sustainable Strategy. Interview Chapters: 1. Background to Integrated Reporting 2. One Report - An Idea Whose Time has Come 3. The International Integrated Reporting Committee 4. Global Standards and Collective Conversations 5. Introducing Voluntary Filing Programs 6. The Time is Now... Recorded in Dr Eccles' office at Harvard Business School on 22 July 2010 by Wendy McGuinness, Chief Executive of the Sustainable Future Institute. The Institute is an independent think tank specialising in research and policy analysis based in New Zealand. See http://sustainablefuture.info

Robert Eccles Integrated Reporting pt7.wmv

Part 7: Dr Robert Eccles, acclaimed author and senior lecturer in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, hosted a masterclass on integrated reporting at Edelman on 24th May 2010.

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Part 4: Dr Robert Eccles, acclaimed author and senior lecturer in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, hosted a masterclass on integrated reporting at Edelman on 24th May 2010.

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Part 5: Dr Robert Eccles, acclaimed author and senior lecturer in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, hosted a masterclass on integrated reporting at Edelman on 24th May 2010.

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Part 6: Dr Robert Eccles, acclaimed author and senior lecturer in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, hosted a masterclass on integrated reporting at Edelman on 24th May 2010.

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Part 3: Dr Robert Eccles, acclaimed author and senior lecturer in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, hosted a masterclass on integrated reporting at Edelman on 24th May 2010.

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Part 2: Dr Robert Eccles, acclaimed author and senior lecturer in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, hosted a masterclass on integrated reporting at Edelman on 24th May 2010.

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Part 1: Dr Robert Eccles, acclaimed author and senior lecturer in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, hosted a masterclass on integrated reporting at Edelman on 24th May 2010.

Robert Eccles and Michael Krzus talking about the need for ONE REPORT.

Harvard Business School professor Robert G. Eccles and Grant Thornton partner Michael Krzus discuss the growing trend of integrated reporting worldwide and how their book ONE REPORT will help companies succeed in the transition to this new transparency.