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WBCSD Virtual Meeting - Assessing & managing integrated performance - Shared screen with speaker view
Matthew Watkins
48:29
Please do type any questions for Mario, Peter and the other speakers in the chat box. Thanks!
Matthew Watkins
01:11:12
If you would like to ask Stefano a question, please type it here in the chat.
Mark Gough
01:31:19
Hi Stefano, Thank you for the presentation. There is a growing movement around Capitals as you know, and we started to discuss how Capitals and Intangibles support each other. Can you explain a little about your thoughts on this as it was not covered in the slides. Thanks, Mark, Capitals Coalition
Mark Gough
01:33:20
Also Human Capital was mentioned over 10,000 times in financial fillings in 2019. What are your thoughts on how deep and useful the information that is reported is?
Matthew Watkins
01:34:58
Thanks Mark! Does anyone anyone else have questions for our speakers?
Stefano Zambon
01:36:28
Human capital is crucial
Stefano Zambon
01:37:35
Important though is to consider competences and skills in addition to human rights
Stefano Zambon
01:37:58
Hi Mark. Restriction of time did not help in covering all the relevant topics. Sorry. Capitals work together to create value in the short, medium and long term. Without one of these capitals a company would not have a sustainable business
Denise Weger
01:46:00
To Stefano Zambon: How would you measure the value of an intangible by the input it required to create it or by the impact it caused or even by the impact it will create in the future?
Denise Weger
01:49:40
if not valued how can it be brought into the books to represent the market value and equalize the market to book ratio?
Denise Weger
02:02:47
check out the work of the value balancing alliance! We need to start measuring the negative and positive economic, social and environmental value we create. Only then, we start actively managing impacts. The lack of measuring and valuing impact has not gotten us very far and created/s threatening dependencies as outlined in the WEF risk report.