A STUDY group of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA) tasked with providing practical guidance on using the web for corporate reporting has published discussion drafts of three guidance publications.
The project, which was started in 2008, is being coordinated by an 8-person study group chaired by Jerry Trites, who for many years has also coordinated the online reporting component of the CICA’s corporate reporting awards.
The group’s terms of reference include providing guidance on how to enhance communications with stakeholders using Internet-based reporting of both financial and non-financial information.
The three discussion drafts are currently posted on the CICA’s website. They include:
- Practical Guidance for Managing Collaboration and Innovation (PDF 1.45 MB)
- Practical Guidance for Managing Websites (PDF 546 KB)
- Practical Guidance for Managing Web 2.0 and Social Media (PDF 3MB)
The group is supposed to wrap up their project by October.