Beta Testing

Program to test the recommendations of the Reporting 3.0 Blueprints

Reporting 3.0 offers the opportunity to test the recommendations of the different Blueprints in the Beta Testing Program in a staggered approach and through two options:

Basic

A facilitated process including three face-to-face meetings and three facilitated online think tanks that will deep-dive into the meaning of the recommendations made by Reporting 3.0, and where learning between the participating organizations will be shared in a structured manner. In this program the participating organizations will use the Reporting 3.0 curated learning materials based on the recommendations. This will instigate aspects like overcoming mental stereotypes, setting up a future-fit data infrastructure to be able to report on purpose, success and scalability, engaging with senior management, scaling up on industry, habitat or economic system design change, and how to collaborate together. A standard participation fee will cover the costs for Reporting 3.0’s facilitation role.

Active

In addition to the basic option we offer an ‘active’ option of the Beta Testing Program. The content and scope of the program depends on the starting point and ambition of the participating organization and will be defined in a planning pre-phase. Think of renewed materiality processes, mindset shift trajectories, the introduction of context-based and multicapital target setting and success measurement, or the facilitation of collaboration projects in industries or habitats. In order to achieve the goals defined, Reporting 3.0 offers direct support from its carefully selected ‘Advocation Partners’. These are individuals or advisory firms that have worked in the development and dissemination process of the Blueprints before. They bring along specific expertise and cutting edge knowledge in those areas in which Reporting 3.0 has put emphasis on in its recommendations. The fees for this ‘active’ option depend on the scope of the tailored advisory and are negotiated between the Advocation Partners and the organizations themselves. Reporting 3.0 takes a 20% revenue share. The costs for the active option come on top of the fee for participating in the basic option.

Why should you participate?

– Use Reporting 3.0 recommendations to advance a future fit reporting system

– Capacity Building through basic and active participation options

– Facilitated feedback process with face-to-face meetings and global online virtual dialogs

– Joint learning from other participants under Chatham House Rules

– Direct access to the Blueprint experts and knowledge

– Possibility to flexibly react to the outcomes of the deliberations with the possibility to add highly qualified Advocation Partners at any necessary moment of the Beta Testing Program  

– Staggered approach starting with the Reporting and Data Blueprint recommendations, with addition of the Accounting Blueprint by end of 2017 and the New Business Model Blueprint by spring 2018.

Program Partners

Full Program Description

For more information about the Beta Testing Program see the full description

Contacts

Ralph Thurm

Managing Director

OnCommons / Reporting 3.0

+31 64 600 14 52

Bill Baue

Senior Director

Reporting 3.0

+1 413 387 58 24

Program to test the recommendations of the Reporting 3.0 Blueprints

Reporting 3.0 offers the opportunity to test the recommendations of the different Blueprints in the Beta Testing Program in a staggered approach and through two options:

Basic

A facilitated process including three face-to-face meetings and three facilitated online think tanks that will deep-dive into the meaning of the recommendations made by Reporting 3.0, and where learning between the participating organizations will be shared in a structured manner. In this program the participating organizations will use the Reporting 3.0 curated learning materials based on the recommendations. This will instigate aspects like overcoming mental stereotypes, setting up a future-fit data infrastructure to be able to report on purpose, success and scalability, engaging with senior management, scaling up on industry, habitat or economic system design change, and how to collaborate together. A standard participation fee will cover the costs for Reporting 3.0’s facilitation role.

Active

In addition to the basic option we offer an ‘active’ option of the Beta Testing Program. The content and scope of the program depends on the starting point and ambition of the participating organization and will be defined in a planning pre-phase. Think of renewed materiality processes, mindset shift trajectories, the introduction of context-based and multicapital target setting and success measurement, or the facilitation of collaboration projects in industries or habitats. In order to achieve the goals defined, Reporting 3.0 offers direct support from its carefully selected ‘Advocation Partners’. These are individuals or advisory firms that have worked in the development and dissemination process of the Blueprints before. They bring along specific expertise and cutting edge knowledge in those areas in which Reporting 3.0 has put emphasis on in its recommendations. The fees for this ‘active’ option depend on the scope of the tailored advisory and are negotiated between the Advocation Partners and the organizations themselves. Reporting 3.0 takes a 20% revenue share. The costs for the active option come on top of the fee for participating in the basic option.

Why should you participate?

– Use Reporting 3.0 recommendations to advance a future fit reporting system

– Capacity Building through basic and active participation options

– Facilitated feedback process with face-to-face meetings and global online virtual dialogs

– Joint learning from other participants under Chatham House Rules

– Direct access to the Blueprint experts and knowledge

– Possibility to flexibly react to the outcomes of the deliberations with the possibility to add highly qualified Advocation Partners at any necessary moment of the Beta Testing Program  

– Staggered approach starting with the Reporting and Data Blueprint recommendations, with addition of the Accounting Blueprint by end of 2017 and the New Business Model Blueprint by spring 2018.

Program Partners

Full Program Description

For more information about the Beta Testing Program see the full description

Contacts

Ralph Thurm

Managing Director

OnCommons / Reporting 3.0

+31 64 600 14 52

Bill Baue

Senior Director

Reporting 3.0

+1 413 387 58 24