Article Series On Medium.com

Ralph leads r3.0, a pre-competitive non-profit delivering Blueprints for reporting, data, accounting & integral business models for regenerative capitalism. In this 24 stories series Ralph and colleagues Bill Baue and Cornis van der Lugt describe a step to step process to reach organisational thriveability and system value creation.

Part 24: A Call to Action — Join the Reporting 3.0 Transformation Journey Program

Part 23: How can Civil Society Tap into the New Collective Consciousness to Spur Systemic Transformation?

Part 22: How can Governments, Multilaterals and Foundations learn from Reporting 3.0’s Work Ecosystem?

Part 21: How Can Investors Help Create System Value?

Part 20: What does Advocation and Leadership for a Green, Inclusive, and Open Economy Look Like?

Part 19: Why Do We Need Narrative Reporting?

Part 18: How Can Statements of Long-Term Risk and Opportunity Help Shift Mindsets to Long-Termism?

Part 17: How Can Integrated Balance Sheets Bring Intangible Assets onto the Books?

Part 16: How Can Income Statements Be Expanded into Integrated P&L Accounts to Tell More Complete Performance Stories?

Part 15: How Can New Accounting Save the World?

Part 14: How Can Integral Information Systems Create a Seamless Data Architecture that Measures Thriving?

Part 13: How Can Organizations Report on Their Purpose, Success and Scalability?

Part 12: How Do We Innovate New Business Models that Trigger New Industry Ecosystems and New Integral Economies?

Part 11: How Can Organizations Align Leadership with Work Levels to Harness Transformative Potential?

Part 10: What’s the Appropriate Role of Governance in Spurring System Value Creation? Or: Why Strategic Duty Requires a Shift from Governance Push to Pull Governance

Part 9: How Can New Lenses of Risk Help Ignite Breakthrough Transformations?

Part 8: What Are Thresholds & Allocations, and Why Are They Necessary for Sustainable System Value Creation?

Part 7: From Shareholders to Stakeholders — to Rightsholders: Why the Shift?

Part 6: How Do Companies Determine What’s Material? And How Can Materiality Instigate Transformative Change?

Part 5: How Do You Design Strategies to Meet Emerging Systemic Challenges?

Part 4: Can There Be Sustainable Business in an Unsustainable Economy? Or Does Achieving Sustainability Require Economic System Redesign?

Part 3: What is a Green, Inclusive, and Open Economy? Is it the Future We Want, or the Future We Design?

Part 2: Sufficient Ambition: Are Current Sustainability Efforts Enough to Break Through Predatory Delay?

Part 1: The Sustainability Gap: What’s the difference between sustainability and incrementalism, and why does it matter?

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