Robert Bruce interviews — Paul Druckman looks back over five years of achievement

Published on: 18 Nov 2016

Five years can bring about an immense amount of change. Paul Druckman has just stepped down as chief executive of the International Integrated Reporting Council. And in a video interview with Robert Bruce he has reflected on what has been achieved in that time under his leadership.

View the full video above (approx 28 minutes), or click here to access the full video in a separate window.  

Alternatively, you can select the individual sections of the interview that interest you most:

  • Part 1: Five Years of Achievement: Druckman sums up the last five years. Click here.
  • Part 2: Disappointments: Druckman talks frankly about some of the difficulties across the last few years. Click here.
  • Part 3: International Reach and Influence: Druckman talks about building momentum and the global reach of integrated reporting. Click here.
  • Part 4: Standard-Setting or Thought Leadership: Which Way For The IIRC?: Druckman talks about the pros and cons of each. Click here.
  • Part 5: The Need For a New Information Architecture: Druckman talks about corporate governance and integrated reporting. Click here.
  • Part 6: Embedding Integrated Reporting into The DNA of The Profession: Druckman talks about the opportunity for the profession. Click here.
  • Part 7: The Achievements of The Corporate Reporting Dialogue: Druckman salutes efforts to promote dialogue in the reporting community. Click here.
  • Part 8: The Central Role and Influence of Integrated Thinking: Druckman talks about the overarching importance of integrated thinking and how it changes behaviours as well as structures and strategies. Click here.
  • Part 9: Druckman Looks To His Future: Druckman talks about life after the IIRC and where he will be focusing his efforts. Click here.

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