6th International Reporting 3.0 Conference 2019

Implementing Thriveable Transformation

17/18 June 2019 | Erasmus Pavilion Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The Conference

Welcome to the 2019 edition of the International Reporting 3.0 Conference website. This 6th edition marks a watershed moment. Whereas earlier conferences reached from initial soul searching to developing and releasing the content of the Reporting 3.0 work ecosystem and its Blueprints, this 6th Reporting 3.0 International Conference switches gears to implementation mode, hence the conference title ‘Implementing Thriveable Transformation’.  This means that most of the content that will be showcased comes from you, the participants. We will hear from those that joined our Transformation Journey Programs (The Journey workstream), from Advocation and Academic Alliance Partners (The Sherpas workstream), and from those that come to the conference to find a forum willing to discuss your most pressing issue or hearing about your solutions (The Campfires). In addition we are inviting international leaders and visionaries into plenary keynotes and panels (The Village). By this we aim at inspiring you and interacting with you as much as possible. ‘Be the change you want to see in the world’ at our new conference site, the wonderful Erasmus Pavilion in Rotterdam and grasp the spirit of this upcoming mekka for sustainable transformation. We look forward to seeing you on June 17/18, 2019.

Location: Erasmus Pavilion, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Why Our Speakers Are Excited to speak and why you should be excited, too?

“If we are to create 21st century economies and businesses that can meet the needs of all within the means of the planet, then Reporting 3.0’s Global Thresholds & Allocations Council is just the kind of initiative that can start making it happen. I look forward to exploring and presenting the synergies between Doughnut Economics and Reporting 3.0 in order to promote business for a thriving future.
Kate Raworth

Author, Doughnut Economics; Co-Founder, Doughnut Economics Action Lab

“The tagline of this year’s Reporting 3.0 Conference is Implementing Thriveable Transformation, which encapsulates the work we at the International Integrated Reporting Council are doing, in partnership with Reporting 3.0, on our Multicapitalism Program. I’m pleased to be presenting preliminary results of this Program at the Conference.”

Richard Howitt

CEO, International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)

“Reporting 3.0 considers the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights to be a threshold-based norm, so I’m excited to present on ING’s implementation of the UNGPs and UNGP disclosure to support other companies in furthering their respect for human rights.”

 

Lauren Lutic-Muusse

Senior Sustainability Advisor, ING Global Sustainability

“As we move towards the integrated measurement and valuation of impacts and dependencies across multiple capitals, it is ever more important that there is collaboration between those involved. I’m pleased to be at Reporting 3.0 to build stronger relationships, and help progress stronger understanding of the gaps and challenges we face and what we need to do to address these.”

Mark Gough

Executive Director, Natural Capital Coalition

“Reporting 3.0 and Thrive Institute started the Reporting 3.o Transformation Academy this year. I am therefore excited to be part of the Conference. During the Sherpa sessions, I will take participants through the most important developments within the Purpose Economy and will address the accompanying shift in value paradigms.”

Kees Klomp

Founder, THRIVE Institute

 ‚I am happy to speak at Reporting 3.0’s 6th International Conference. We are aligned with Reporting 3.0’s thinking and are leading the way – ‚Eosta, where ecology meets economy.‘

Volkert Engelsman

CEO, EOSTA

“I am excited to join this globally-impactful community of people who strive to improve how we measure and guide social impacts through business… it is a powerful truth that the quality of our answers is largely determined by how well we formulate our questions. This is the heart of effective measurement.”

Joe Brewer

Community Catalyst, Regenerative Communities Network, Capital Institute

“The UNPRI Principles seek to ‘align investors with broader objectives of society,” for example by using investment as a driver for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Reporting 3.0 similarly calls for aligning investors’ impacts within societal systems, respecting ecological and social thresholds. So I’m excited to speak on these issues at the Reporting 3.0 Conference.”

Kris Douma

Director of Strategic Projects, United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment

“Reporting 3.0’s work pushing forward the well-being and sustainability agenda for businesses through reporting is transformative, and well aligned to the OECD’s work on measuring well-being and its sustainability over time using the capital approach, so I’m very excited to share our new work on measuring these at the business level and further developments on measuring well-being.”
Michal Shinwell

Policy Analyst, Measuring Well-being and Progress, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

“The Greenlight Case that applies the MultiCapital Scorecard and the VDMbee business modeling software application in combination reveals clearly how the use of IT-systems for management support contributes to creating asustainable economy.”
Maxime Van Der Stuyft

Master Student applied economics , University of Ghent

“The work we’re doing with the Transform Series at GatherLab incubates bottom-up transformative solutions in the investment ecosystem, and so perfectly exemplifies what Reporting 3.0 calls for in its Transformation Journey Program. I look forward to sharing hands-on examples from our network to inspire Conference participants to embrace necessary transformations!”

Kevin Doyle Jones

Co-Founder, GatherLab & SOCAP

“As an Advocation Partner of Reporting 3.0 Impact Institute is proud to present hands-on work that we’ve done with ABN AMRO around their Integrated Profit & Loss Accounts at the 2019 Reporting 3.0 conference. Our work is highly aligned with Reporting 3.0’s recommendations for a different account and reporting regime in the future. Steering on value in a broader sense is an essential piece of changing our economic system design and incentives. The conference will be an exciting culmination of innovative approaches, such as the development of the societal impact account standard.”

Adrian de Groot Ruiz

Executive Director of the Impact Institute & Co-Founder and Director of True Price

“As a serial speaker at Reporting 3.0 Conferences, I’m struck by the rapid development of Blueprints to enable a pivot now to focus on leapfrogging incrementalism by supporting the deployment of transformative practices. The combined use of the MultiCapital Scorecard and the VDMbee Value Management Platform that I’ll be addressing represents one such deployment, setting the stage for rapid scalability that Reporting 3.0 also advocates.”  

Dr. Mark McElroy

Founding Director, CSO / Co-Creator, MultiCapital Scorecard

“Reporting 3.0 Conferences have a reputation for challenging complacency and synthesizing very diverse Positive Maverick perspectives, so I look forward to contributing to this robust conversation!”

Laura Palmeiro

Senior Advisor, United Nations Global Compact

“Integrating the MultiCapital Scorecard into VDMbee’s Value Management Platform clearly advances Reporting 3.0 Recommendations for next-generation practices, so we look forward to presenting on this development at the Reporting 3.0 Conference so participants can learn from our work and ideally implement this solution to support multicapital performance accounting.” 
Henk de Man

Co-Founder & Value Architect, VDMbee

“Multi-capital accounting has been in experimental mode for nearly 10 years now – we are at a turning point from experimentation to building the apparatus necessary for wider implementation, it is very exciting to be part of this – we are happy to present our research that will participate in this effort at the Reporting 3.0 Conference in June!”
Delphine Gibassier

Associate Professor of Accounting for Sustainable Development, Audencia Business School

“Climate change is the biggest threat to our civilisation we’ve ever faced – but also the greatest investment opportunity ever. We need to mobilise capital markets fast, at scale, so we can plug the multi-trillion annual climate finance gap. We at the Climate Bonds Initiative see eye-to-eye with Reporting 3.0 on strongly advocating the need to run, not walk!!”
Manuel Adamini

Head of Investor Engagement , Climate Bonds Initiative

“In my work over many years, in writing Cancel The Apocalypse – The New Path To Prosperity, and in launching the new Rapid Transition Alliance, the most striking realisation has been how many alternatives there are to the ecologically destructive and socially divisive mainstream economic agenda. Many other worlds are possible if we choose them, so I am delighted to collaborate with Reporting 3.0 and their work to help catalyse a transformation to a regenerative and inclusive economy. I very much look forward to sharing ideas and examples of real change with you at the June 2019 Conference in Rotterdam.”

Andrew Simms

Coordinator of The Rapid Transition Alliance

“As a policy advisor for the regional government of Noord-Brabant, I see that government bodies have a responsibility in the socio-economic transformation towards the purpose economy. Not only in stimulating and facilitating this movement, but also because government authorities can learn from it: social entrepreneurs show us that it is possible to find tangible and innovative solutions to our societal issues. We cannot ignore the importance of this movement: facts and figures underline that this goes way beyond a marginal impact. And this is where Reporting 3.0 plays such an important role; we are proud to be aligned as a gold sponsor. As government we take our responsibility together with public and private partners, and thus contribute to an inclusive, green and open economy.”
Astrid Kaag

Policy Advisor, Province of Noord-Brabant (NL)

“FSLCI took part in the Amsterdam Transformation Journey Program and utilizes the Reporting 3.0 methods and tools for strategic programming, with a specific look at scalability and broadening the scope of the use of Life Cycle Information in decision-making on micro, meso and macro level. I look forward speaking about our experence at the June conference in Rotterdam.”
Martina Prox

Chair of the Board of Directors, Forum for Sustainability through Life Cycle Innovation (FSLCI)

“Tripl3Leader is an Advocation Partner of Reporting 3.0 and has joined the Transformation Journey Program this year. Based on our own focus on Leadership and using input from Reporting 3.0, we have created and started the True Leadership Journey with our clients recently. I am delighted to reflect on our own path with Reporting 3.0 and present an overview of the True Leadership Journey at a campfire session of this year’s Reporting 3.0 conference in Rotterdam.”
Klaus Schuler

Founder and Managing Director, Tripl3Leader

“We at ING recognize our responsibility to align our lending portfolio with the Paris Agreement, so we’re glad to share our journey of creating the Terra approach at the Reporting 3.0 Conference as an example of the level of action that’s needed nowadays to spur sustainable innovation.”

Floske Kusse

Stakeholder Engagement Lead, ING Global Sustainability

“Agriculture – and underlying investment in it — needs to transform radically if we’re to achieve sustainability and beyond to regeneration. I’m excited to present on the work we at Manomet are doing with Hancock Natural Resource Group and other ag investors to shift their approach to investment in ways that enhance the achievement of sustainability.”

Andy Whitman

Director Sustainable Economies Program, Manomet

“We are supporting the Reporting 3.0 conference for the third time. This is the space where forward-looking thinkers meet and discuss within the frame of the Blueprints Reporting 3.0 has developed. At this year’s conference we are presenting our Integrated Profit & Loss progress that we developed with the Impact Institute.  We look forward to a great mix of inspirational input and implementation examples of Reporting 3.0’s thinking.”
Tjeerd Krumpelman

Head of Business Advisory, Reporting and Stakeholder Management , ABN AMRO

“I am delighted to participate with Reporting 3.0 in efforts to further establish decision-useful accounting and reporting of the multiple kinds of capital used in creating successful companies, particularly given the goal of connecting that reporting to meaningful scientific and normative social and planetary boundaries.”
Prof. Cynthia Williams

Osler Chair in Business Law, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (Toronto, Canada)

“Now that we get climate related financial risks more sharply into focus, we also more clearly see the trade offs. Focusing on short term risk and return can actually make us all worse off. Finance needs to broaden its perspective, take a systemic view and build the kind of governance that makes the concerted effort possible that we need. Here is where Reporting 3.0 proposes valuable additions and I am delighted speak at the conference in Rotterdam“.  
Rens van Tilburg

Director, Sustainable Finance Lab

 “The UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights are the global human rights standard that all companies are expected to meet, so I’m excited to speak about Shift’s work in this area, along with use by companies of the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework, helping them communicate publicly on their implementation of the global standard, and their work to achieve social sustainability.”
Mairead Keigher

Reporting Program Manager, Shift

“I enjoyed last year’s opportunity to play the part of a positive maverick at Reporting 3.0. I enjoyed stimulating conversations with a great community of committed change agents. This year’s stellar line up made it hard to say no to the kind invitation. reGeneration Rising! Trim-tabs Unite!”
Dr. Daniel Christian Wahl

Author, Designing Regenerative Cultures

“I look forward to presenting at the Reporting 3.0 Conference on ‘Warm Data,’ which I define as ‘transcontextual information about the interrelationships that integrate a complex system.’ This intersects with the core inquiry of Reporting 3.0, exemplified in its Data Blueprint’s focus on integration, contextualization, and activation.
Nora Bateson

President, International Bateson Institute

“I’m excited to share the work of my colleagues in Canada and Norway with the Reporting 3.0 community on our practical experience applying the Transformation Journey concept with the senior management teams of established enterprises, because we share a common vision: to bring about a future where all enterprises are designed with the intention to do good to do well – striving together to “sustain the possibility for human and other life to flourish on this planet for seven generations and beyond” (to quote John Ehrenfeld of MIT)– socially beneficial, environmentally regenerative, and financially viable.” 
Antony Upward

Flourishing Enterprise Designer, Better My Business

“Reporting 3.0 is the only global corporate sustainability organization I am aware of that merges realism and audacity to trigger the massive transformations that are now necessary. The “future we want” (agreed at Rio+20) is still possible, but the small incremental steps companies and societies have been taking will not get us there, while time is rapidly running out. If we all support implementing Reporting 3.0’s recommendations globally, our chances of success at sustainability and beyond vastly increase.”

Shanti Gaia

Core Team Member & Analyst, MetaIntegral Associates

“I am excited to speak at the Reporting 3.0 conference to share our ideas about the Scale of Significance, a new way of valuation of companies, not in euro’s, but in deeper values, so that we can all build together an open, green and inclusive society.”

Erik Friedeberg

Founder, Manifesto

“Intrinsic values at the heart of the organisation. Scale of Significance is a tool inspired by the Reporting 3.0 Principles of a Green, Inclusive and Open Economy. I am really looking forward to present the first version of the Scale of Significance at the Reporting 3.0 conference in June.”

Magdalena Matei

Independent Consultant & Entrepreneur, Scale of Significance

“The UNEP International Resource Panel welcomes Reporting 3.0’s incubation of a Global Thresholds & Allocations Council, and I’m excited to speak at the Conference about the work we’re doing to operationalize such thresholds across all major resources.”

Prof. Stefan Bringezu

Member, UNEP International Resource Panel

“I look forward to joining Reporting 3.0’s powerful work ecosystem, to inspiring discussions with like-minded experts and to sharing iPoint’s approach of how today’s technology can contribute to securing a sustainable world for future generations.”

Jörg Walden

CEO & Founder, iPoint-systems

“The changes that are required to allow over 9 billion people to live well within the boundaries of the planet by the mid-century require systems transformation based on a long-term vision of a sustainable world. Defining and executing those changes is a gargantuan challenge that Reporting 3.0 responds to with all the originality, precision, resolve and cogitation of the positive maverick. I am looking forward to contributing thoughts on the role that business has to play in making the vision of the future a reality. If the last Reporting 3.0 conference is anything to go by, those thoughts will be enhanced by the exhilarating mix of inter-disciplinary and compelling contributions that make the conference so special.”

Lois Guthrie

Director, Redefining Value World Business Council for Sustainable Development

“Reporting 3.0 helps me to sharpen and strengthen my thinking about the future of health and health care. It’s role needs to shift from curing to preventing towards a contribution to the wellbeing of every citizen. The tools and instruments Reporting 3.0 is offering help me to understand that reporting can play an important role in that process. I look forward to speaking at the Reporting 3.0 conference on behalf of Salut and discussing the future of health care with all of you.”

Marcia Bos

Innovator, Salut with focus on Innovation, Strategy and Impact.

“We know that we need to restore the ecology of our planet, so transforming mindsets of farmers, experts, investors and authorities, all of us, is critical. That is why the Reporting 3.0 Conference theme ‘Implementing Thriveable Transformation’ is well chosen. I am looking forward to share our experiences on how transforming people can lead to massively turn degraded landscapes into thriving ecosystems and communities.”

Willem Ferwerda

CEO, Commonland

“Starting from a strong, normative basis of what’s necessary that really spoke to me, and emphasising the essential importance of context, thresholds and allocations, the Transformation Journey has reinvigorated a sense of joy in my sustainability consulting work. I am looking forward to sharing my thoughts on this in the Basecamp session of the 2019 conference, and expanding on what can be learned for your own work and drive towards the transformation we need to see in the world.

Adam Garfunkel

Managing Director, Junxion

“Reporting 3.0 has proven to be one of the very few think tanks capable to translate the massive change needs on global level into practical steps on the very company level. This year’s conference will be a unique opportunity to get the essence of what has been developed over the past five years, with a line-up of exciting speakers, experts and participants!”

Peter Teuscher

Managing Partner, BSD Consulting, an ELEVATE company

“I am excited to speak at the reporting 3.0 conference to share our ideas about the importance of transparency and digitalization. To meet the growing demands of consumers, investors, and comply with ever-changing regulations, brands are finally seeing the value of transparency in their supply chain. Achieving transparency today starts with digitalization. Our approach is based on enabling the supply chain to connect the price, value, and impact from the start of the product journey to its end-of-life, and back again.”

Maroye Marinkovic

COO, Circular Tree (Member of iPoint Group)

“The mission of Avance, where I work as an impact expert, is supporting others to optimise their impact and stimulate them in their unique transformation. I believe that measuring impact is key for learning and improving. At the workshop of the Brabant Outcome Fund I will share my experiences on how impact monitoring can support transformation processes. During the conference I also hope to be inspired – learn from the insights and network of Reporting 3.0 – and stimulate my personal transformation.”

Jacoline Plomp

Partner & Senior Impact Expert , Avance - Impact

“Monitoring in my vision is not only about identifying the right indicators for measuring the level of achievement of sustainability goals like the SDG’s but is also about defining the right threshold and target values. By doing so you force society (politicians, stakeholders) to be more precise about their ambitions. Monitoring therefore is not a non-commitment involving matter. On the contrary! This aligns so well with Reporting 3.0’s approach towards a Global Thresholds & Allocations Council. I am therefore excited to speak at the Rotterdam Reporting 3.0 Conference in June.”

John Dagevos

Director, Telos/Tilburg University

“With the Principles for Responsible Banking banks commit to focus where it matters most, i.e. where they have the largest impact, and to be accountable for their impact. Putting this commitment into practice will mean building on the work of the Reporting 3.0 community.”

Simone Dettling

Banking Team Lead, UN Environment Finance Initiative

“There is an important role for public organizations to take in order to push integrated thinking, reporting and decision-making forward. Due to enormous transitions we are still lacking a multiple value approach. However within our governmental body there is a growing awareness that we need to create a more integrated framework for reporting. This is an enormous transformation on various levels. In order to deepen this understanding Reporting 3.0 helps me to determine these levels but also to find and coordinate the best suitable pathway for transformation.”

Ward Stadhouders

Business Controller, Province of Noord Brabant

“Although systemic changes seem to be very complex and wicked I believe in the learning capacity of us to find out how we can create a positive impact for a green and inclusive society. In the workshop of the Brabant Outcomes Fund I will explain about the value of international collaboration and mutual learning from different practices and policies. I look forward to discuss at the Reporting 3.0 conference how transformative learning from different perspectives in open dialogue with a variety of actors actually works in practice.”

Marïelle Swinkels

Co-Director , Smarter Futures EESV

“Globalisation and technological change have come with benefits and disadvantages, creating new, complex problems, the impacts of which are often concentrated in cities. But, social innovation also happens in cities. Especially in our city Rotterdam, which is famous for its can-do-mentality. Cities therefore should be the starting point for new, integrated and collaborative ways of designing solutions engaging and co-creating with citizens, entrepreneurs, investors and other organisations to produce better and lasting outcomes. Good examples of new collaborations and social ventures are still scarce and therefore not impactful enough. At the Reporting 3.0 conference we will reflect on our transformation, with the Rotterdam Impact Initiative, towards sustainable place based impact investing in Rotterdam. “

Wim Hoogendoorn

Corporate Director, Municipality of Rotterdam

“Having just finished the Erasmus Transformation Academy in Rotterdam by Reporting 3.0 and supported by Thrive Institute, we, at the Rotterdam Impact Initiative, have been able to strengthen our envisaged transformation strategy for the next 5-10 years to solve the 3 most pressing issue of the City of Rotterdam: poverty, unemployment and air pollution. We are eager to share our learnings with you in the campfire session and learn from other transformation journey participants as well. We see large similarities between the Rotterdam Impact Initiative and Thriving Coalitions, Place Based Impact Investing and Inclusive Cities. If you are involved in this, want to share or learn, please join us at the campfire on June 18.”

Bart Meijs

Director, Social Impact Fonds Rotterdam

“As THRIVE institute we co-organized a Transformation Journey with Reporting 3.0 this year in Rotterdam. I joined the journey and received a few beautiful nuggets. New insights about  the importance of thresholds and allocations and  a deepened view on context, coalition and how to create system change. I love the challenge of putting this new consciousness into practice in my work and integrating this in the impact compass and card game I developed. So we as THRIVE institute can not only share the vision of Reporting 3.0 as an advocation partner but also help organizations take concrete steps towards a more open, inclusive and green economy and co-create system change.”

Annet Struik

Founding Partner, THRIVE Institute

“I am happy to speak at the Reporting 3.0 conference because part of my mission is to share the experience and knowledge of inclusive entrepreneurship. I believe in practical learning and in that way I am Director of two Workspaces: a bakery space and a construction working space where we work with inhabitants from Rotterdam with a distance to the labour market.”

Lisette Magis

Director, Bouwerswerkplaats and Bakkerswerkplaats

Conference Program

 

DAY 1 – June 17, 2019

08.00 – 09.30

Registration & Morning Coffee

The Village 

(Theater)

The Journey

(Theater)

The Sherpas 

(Theater)

The Campfires 

(2 Rooms)

 

09.30 – 10.15

Welcome

Moderation:

Speaker:

 

10.15 – 11.15

The Village 1

From “the necessary is impossible” to “the impossible is necessary” – the magnitude of transformation needed

Moderation:

Speaker:

 

11.15 – 11.45

Coffee & Networking

11.45 – 13.00

Basecamp Motivations & Learnings

Hear from the rope teams how their thinking and their motivation was inspired by the Transformation Journey Basecamp workshops

Moderation:

Speaker:

 

13.00 – 14.00

Lunch & Networking

14.00 – 14.45

Sherpa Guidance 1

Building leadership and followership awareness and willingness to act

Moderation:

Speaker:

Campfire

Session 1: The Brabant Outcome Fund (BOF) – Part 1

Room: Polak Building Y2-18

Speaker:

Session 2:  The Greenlight Case: VDMbee applying the MultiCapital Scorecard

Room: Polak Building Y2-22

Speaker:

 

14.45 – 15.30

Sherpa Guidance 2

Spreading the virus – how to move a whole organisation and its individuals

Moderation:

Speaker:

Campfire

Session 3: The Brabant Outcome Fund (BOF) – Part 2

Room: Polak Building Y2-18

Speaker:

Session 4: Academic Research on Multicapital Accounting and Sustainable Finance

Room: Polak Building Y2-22

Speaker:

 

15.30 – 16.00

Coffee & Networking

16.00 – 17.15

 Planning the Route – Directions & Learning

Hear from the rope teams how strategic thinking and implementation routines were inspired by the Transformation Journey Planning the Route workshops

Moderation:

Speaker:

 

17.15 – 18.30

The Village 2

Building the Backbone of the Transformation

Moderation:

Speaker:

 

18.30

End of Day 1

 

DAY 2 – June 18, 2019

08.30 – 09.00

Registration & Morning Coffee

The Village 

(Theater)

The Journey

(Theater)

The Sherpas 

(Theater)

The Campfires 

(2 Rooms)

 

09.00 – 09.15

Welcome and Reflection of Day 1

Moderation:

 

09.15 – 10.30

The Village 3

Memes for a Regenerative Economy

Moderation:

Speaker:

 

10.30 – 11.00

Coffee & Networking

11.00 – 12.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sherpa Guidance 3

Momentum toward ‘necessary’ ambition

Moderation:

Speaker:

 

 

12.00 – 12.45

 The Climb – Actions & Learning

Implementation that aligns with the ambitions of the Transformation Journey Program

Moderation:

Speaker:

 

 Campfire

Session 5: The Leadership Journey

Room: Polak Building Y1-10

Speaker:

Session 6: Rotterdam Impact Initiative – Building a transformational coalition to tackle the main Issues of Rotterdam

Room: Polak Building Y2-09

Speaker:

 

 

12.45 – 13.45

Lunch & Networking

13.45 – 15.00

The Village 4

Activating Transformation

Moderation:

Speaker:

 

 

15.00 – 16.00

 Sherpa Guidance 4

Transition to Sustainable Finance

Moderation:

Speaker:

 Campfire

Session 7: Together Towards Transparency

Room: Polak Building Y1-10

Speaker:

Session 8: Business Evolution Tool and MetaIntegral Framework: Case Examples

Room: Polak Building Y2-09

Speaker:

 

 

16.00 – 16.30

Coffee & Networking

16.30 – 16.45

The Village 5

Name Change Ceremony

Moderation:

 

 

16.45 – 17.45

 The Mountain Top

Scaling Up to Achieve the Ultimate Ends

Speaker:

 

17.45 – 18.00

End & Adjourn

Conference Program

DAY 1 – June 17, 2019

08:00 – 09.30

Registration & Morning Coffee

09.30 – 10.15

 

The Village (Theater)

Welcome

 

 

Moderation:
Ralph Thurm & Bill Baue – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Wim Hoogendoorn – Municipality of Rotterdam

Henri Swinkels – Province of Noord-Brabant

Peter Teuscher – BSD Consulting, an ELEVATE company

Jörg Walden – iPoint-systems

Tjeerd Krumpelman – ABN AMRO

 

10.15 – 11.15

The Village (Theater)

The Village 1

From “the necessary is impossible” to “the impossible is necessary” – the magnitude of transformation needed

Moderation:
Ralph Thurm & Bill Baue – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Volkert Engelsman – EOSTA

 

11.15 – 11.45

Coffee & Networking

11.45 – 13.00

The Journey (Theater)

Basecamp – Motivations & Learnings

Hear from the rope teams how their thinking and their motivation was inspired by the Transformation Journey Basecamp workshops

Moderation:
Ralph Thurm – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Lois Guthrie – WBCSD

Adam Garfunkel – Junxion

 

13.00 – 14.00

Lunch & Networking

14.00 – 14.45

The Sherpas (Theater)

Sherpa Guidance 1

Building leadership and followership awareness and willingness to act

Moderation:
Bill Baue – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Andy Whitman – Manomet

Willem Ferwerda – Commonland

Kevin Doyle Jones – GatherLab & SOCAP

The Campfires (in 2 Rooms)

Session 1: The Brabant Outcome Fund (BOF) – Part 1Room: Polak Building Y2-18

 

Speaker:

Astrid Kaag – Province of Noord-Brabant

Ward Stadhouders – Province of Noord-Brabant

John Dagevos – Telos/Tilburg University

Marïelle Swinkels – Smarter Future EESV

Jacoline Plomp – Avance-Impact

Kim Kiszelnik – Brabant Outcome Fund

 Session 2: The Greenlight Case: VDMbee applying the MultiCapital Scorecard – Room: Polak Building Y2-22

Speaker:

Henk de Man – VDMbee

Maxime Van Der Stuyft – Univerity of Ghent

Mark McElroy – CSO

 

14.45 – 15.30

The Sherpas (Theater)

Sherpa Guidance 2

Spreading the virus – how to move a whole organisation and its individuals

Moderation:
Ralph Thurm – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Andrew Simms – The Rapid Transition Alliance

Kees Klomp – THRIVE Institute

The Campfires (in 2 Rooms)

Session 3: The Brabant Outcome Fund (BOF) – Part 2Room: Polak Building Y2-18

Speaker:

Astrid Kaag – Province of Noord-Brabant

Ward Stadhouders – Province of Noord-Brabant

John Dagevos – Telos/Tilburg University

Marïelle Swinkels – Smarter Future EESV

Jacoline Plomp – Avance-Impact

Kim Kiszelnik – Brabant Outcome Fund

Session 4: Academic Research on Multicapital Accounting and Sustainable Finance – Room: Polak Building Y2-22

Speaker:

Delphine Gibassier – Audencia Business School

Cindy Williams – York University

 

15.30 – 16.00

Coffee & Networking

16.00 – 17.15

The Journey (Theater)

Planning the Route – Directions & Learning

Hear from the rope teams how strategic thinking and implementation routines were inspired by the Transformation Journey Planning the Route workshops

Moderation:
Ralph Thurm – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Martina Prox – FSLCI

Marcia Bos – Salut

Magdalena Matei – Scale of Significance

Erik Friedeberg – Manifesto

 

17.15 – 18.30

The Village (Theater)

The Village 2

Building the Backbone of the Transformation

Moderation:
Bill Baue – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Laura Palmeiro – UN Global Compact

Mark Gough – Natural Capital Coalition

Michal Shinwell – OECD

 

18.30

End of Day 1

DAY 2 – June 18, 2019

08.30 – 09.00

Registration & Morning Coffee

09.00 – 09.15

The Village (Theater)

Welcome and Reflection of Day 1

Moderation:
Ralph Thurm & Bill Baue – Reporting 3.0

 

09.15 – 10.30

The Village (Theater)

The Village 3

Memes for a Regenerative Economy

Moderation:
Ralph Thurm & Bill Baue – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Kate Raworth – Doughnut Economics

Joe Brewer – Capital Institute

 

10.30 – 11.00

Coffee & Networking

11.00 – 12.00

The Sherpas (Theater)

 Sherpa Guidance 3

Momentum toward ‘necessary’ ambition

Moderation:
Ralph Thurm – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Tjeerd Krumpelman – ABN AMRO

Adrian de Groot Ruiz – Impact Institute

 

12.00 – 12.45

The Journey (Theater)

The Climb – Actions & Learning

Implementation that aligns with the ambitions of the Transformation Journey Program

Moderation:
Bill Baue – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Mairead Keigher – Shift

Lauren Lutic-Muusse – ING

The Campfires (in 2 Rooms)

Session 5: The Leadership Journey – Room: Polak Building Y1-10

Speaker:

Klaus Schuler – Tripl3Leader

Session 6: Rotterdam Impact Initiative – Building a transformational coalition to tackle the main Issues of Rotterdam

Room: Polak Building Y2-09

Speaker:

Bart Meijs – Social Impact Fonds

Wim Hoogendoorn – Municipality of Rotterdam

Sander de Iongh – Voor Goed Agency

Annet Struik – THRIVE Institute

Lisette Magis – Bouwerswerkplaats

 

12.45 – 13.45

Lunch & Networking

13.45 – 15.00

The Village (Theater)

The Village 4

Activating Transformation

Moderation:
Ralph Thurm & Bill Baue – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Richard Howitt – IIRC

Nora Bateson – International Bateson Institute

Dr. Christian Wahl – Author, Designing Regenerative Cultures

 

15.00 – 16.00

The Sherpas (Theater)

 Sherpa Guidance 4

Transition to Sustainable Finance

Moderation:
Bill Baue – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Kris Douma – UN PRI

Manuel Adamini – Climate Bonds Initiative

Rens van Tilburg – Sustainable Finance Lab

Simone Dettling – UN Environment Finance Initiative

 

The Campfires (in 2 Rooms)

Session 7: Together Towards Transparency – Room: Polak Building Y1-10

Speaker:

Jörg Walden – iPoint-systems

Martina Prox – FSLCI

Maroye Marinkovic – Circular Tree

Session 8: Business Evolution Tool and MetaIntegral Framework: Case Examples – Room: Polak Building Y2-09

Speaker:

Antony Upward – Better My Business

Shanti Gaia – MetaIntegral Associates

16.00 – 16.30

Coffee & Networking

16.30 – 16.45

The Village (Theater)

The Village 5

Name Change Ceremony

Moderation:

Ralph Thurm – Reporting 3.0

Bill Baue – Reporting 3.0

Peter Teuscher – BSD Conulting, an ELEVATE company

 

16.45 – 17.45

The Journey (Theater)

 The Mountain Top

Scaling Up to Achieve the Ultimate Ends

Moderation:
Ralph Thurm – Reporting 3.0

Speaker:

Floske Kusse – ING

Prof. Stefan Bringezu – UNEP International Resource Panel

 

17.45 – 18.00

End & Adjourn

Here you can find our conference broschure:

R3_Conference_19

Speakers and Moderators

Speakers

Manuel Adamini

Head of Investor Engagement, Climate Bonds Initiative

Nora Bateson

Marcia Bos

Innovator, Salut  with focus on Innovation, Strategy and Impact

Joe Brewer

Community Cataltyst, Regenerative Communities Network, Capital Institute

Prof. Stefan Bringezu

Member, UNEP International Resource Panel

John Dagevos

Director, Telos/Tilburg University

Adrian de Groot-Ruiz

Executive Director Impact Institute & Co-Founder and director true price

Sander de Iongh

Managing Director, Voor Goed – Rotterdam Impact Agency

Henk de Man

Co-Founder & Value Architect VDMbee

Simone Dettling

Banking Team Lead, UN Environment Finance Initiative

Kris Douma

Director of Strategic Projects UN PRI

Volkert Engelsman

CEO, EOSTA

Willem Ferwerda

CEO, Commonland

Erik Friedeberg

Founder, Manifesto

Shanti Gaia

Core Team Member & Analyst, MetaIntegral Associates 

Adam Garfunkel

Managing Director, Junxion

Delphine Gibassier

Associate Professor of Accounting for Sustainable Development, Audencia Business School

Mark Gough

Executive Director Natural Capital Coalition

Wim Hoogendoorn

Corporate Director, Municipality of Rotterdam

Richard Howitt

CEO International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC)

Kevin Doyle Jones

Co-Founder, GatherLab & SOCAP

Astrid Kaag

Policy Advisor, Province of Noord-Brabant (NL)

Mairead Keigher

Reporting Program Manager, Shift

Kim Kiszelnik

Project Leader, Brabants Outcome Fund, Noord-Brabant

Kees Klomp

Founder, THRIVE Institute

Tjeerd Krumpelman

Head of Business Advisory Reporting and Stakeholder Management at ABN AMRO

Floske Kusse

Stakeholder Engagement Lead, ING Global Sustainability

Lisette Magis

Director, Bouwerswerkplaats and Bakkerswerkplaats

Maroye Marinkovic

COO, CircularTree

Magdalena Matei

Independent Consultant & Entrepreneur, Scale of Significance

Dr. Mark McElroy

Founding Director, CSO / Co-Creator, MultiCapital Scorecard

Bart Meijs

Director, Social Impact Fonds Rotterdam

Lauren Lutic-Muusse

Senior Sustainability Advisor, ING Global

Laura Palmeiro

Senior Advisor, United Nations Global Compact

Jacoline Plomp

Partner & Senior Impact Expert, Avance-Impact

Martina Prox

Chair of the Board of Directors, The forum for sutainability through live cycle Innovation (FSLCI)

Kate Raworth

Author, Doughnut Economics; Co-Founder, Doughnut Economics Action Lab

Klaus Schuler

Founder and Managing Director, Tripl3Leader

Michal Shinwell

Policy Analyst, Measuring Well-Being and Progress, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

Andrew Simms

Ward Stadhouders

Business Controller, Province of Noord-Brabant

Annet Struik

Founding Partner, THRIVE Institutue

Maxime van der Stuyft

Master Student applied Economics at the University of Ghent

Marïelle Swinkels

Co-Director, Smarter Futures EESV

Peter Teuscher

Managing Partner, BSD Consulting, an ELEVATE company

Rens van Tilburg

Director, Sustainable Finance Lab

Antony Upward

Flourishing Enterprise Designer, Better My Business

Dr. Daniel Christian Wahl

 

Jörg Walden

CEO & Founder, iPoint-systems

Andy Whitman

Director Sustainable Economies program, Manomet

Prof. Cynthia Williams

Osler Chair in Business Law, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University (Toronto, Canada)

Moderators

Bill Baue

Reporting 3.0

Ralph Thurm

Reporting 3.0

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