NSW KMForum February Event: Dr John Dumay Presents Integrated Reporting Case Study

5 February, 2014

NSW KM Forum February Event:  Dr John Dumay presents a Case Study on Integrated Reporting based on a small “green” bank in Victoria

Date:  Tuesday 25th October 2013

Time:  5.30pm for a 6.00pm start – app 7.30pm finish

Where:  Cancer Council Australia, Level 14, 477 Pitt Street, Sydney

Instructions:  If you have any access issues please call 0405 676 045

Please Note: a $5 donation will be asked for at the door to cover nibbles and incidentals



Topic: Case Study on Integrated Reporting based on a small “green” bank in Victoria

Organisational culture and integrated thinking: Another form of management control?
Based on a case study of a small Australian community bank John asks the question whether or not its culture is another form of management control? The bank is a national leader in developing an organisational culture and business model based on a “green” business model.
In doing so the bank has joined the International Integrated Reporting Council’s Pilot Programme for developing an Integrated Report which discloses relevant financial, environmental, social and governance information to its stakeholders. While an is generally aimed at investors and providers of capital, the bank is owned by its customers thus negating the intended purpose of developing an .
However, from an internal perspective, promotes “integrated thinking”. Instead, we find an was developed because it fits with the bank’s “green”culture and offers subtle ways to utilise “integrated thinking” as a way of further developing management control over employee behaviour.
John will also take this opportunity to promote the upcoming ICICKM 2014 Conference (11th Inernational Conference on Intellectual Captial, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning) for which he is Conference Co-Chair as well as invite our Knowledge Management Community to submit papers for presentation at the conference.


About your speaker: Dr John Dumay

John is Associate Professor in Accounting at Macquarie University, Sydney. Originally a consultant he joined academia after completing his award winning PhD in 2008. John’s research specialties are intellectual capital, knowledge management, non-financial reporting, management control, research methodologies and academic writing. John has published over 30 peer reviewed articles in leading academic journals and is the Australasian Editor of the, Journal of Intellectual Capital. John has a reputation for critically addressing contemporary issues in based on practice; hence his ideas and talks are aimed at stimulating discourse and debate.


So come along and spend some time with like-minded knowledge professionals to listen, participate, collaborate and learn.  We look forward to seeing you there and at networking drinks following.


Please Note: a $5 donation will be asked for at the door to cover nibbles and incidentals

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