Impact-Weighted Accounts Framework
The Impact-Weighted Accounts Framework (IWAF) is a standard to quantify organisations’ non-financial impact. An organisation’s impact reflects the value that the organisation creates or reduces for all its stakeholders: employees, customers, the environment and the broader society. The IWAF provides guidelines and definitions for organisations to include impact information in their annual reports. As a result, companies following the IWAF guidelines can steer on purposeful and intentional impact that benefits society, while ensuring their own licence to operate.
This framework is the result of a partnership of the Impact Economy Foundation (IEF) with Harvard Business School, Singapore Management University, Rotterdam School of Management and Impact Institute.
We are proud to announce that the IEF has made significant progress developing the IWAF. The IEF is facilitating a public consultation to gather feedback on the IWAF. You are invited to provide your feedback on the IWAF until 9 September 2022.
Follow the link below for more information and to download the latest version of the IWAF.
Twenty-one hundred Initiative
The Twenty-one hundred Initiative is a movement of current and aspiring executives for an impact economy. The aim is to change the most important institutions, committees, supervisory boards and boards so that work, entrepreneurship, innovation and technology lead to well-being. Ultimately, the aim is that financial and economic policy concretely ensures a vital society and planet in the year 2100. Unique in this initiative is that new leaders join forces with current leaders.
- E-mail: email@example.com
- RSIN: 860162710
- Click here to read the IEF Policy Plan (Dutch)
The Impact Economy Foundation is a Public Benefit Organisation (Dutch: Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling, ANBI) and complies with the ANBI Conditions.
Download the Impact Economy Foundation annual accounts 2021.