* 1. When did you finish your first CSR/sustainability report?

* 2. From start to finish, how long did it to take to develop the report?

* 3. What department or function had primary responsibility for leading the reporting process? (select one)

* 4. How many people were involved in the internal team developing the report?

* 5. Approximately how many hours did the lead project manager (whether it was you personally or not) spend on this project?

* 6. How many outside partners were involved in developing your report?

* 7. If you used outside partners, for which purposes? (select all that apply)

* 8. What was your budget?

* 9. How did you publish your report?

* 10. Which stakeholder groups are your most important audiences for CSR/sustainability communications? (select all that apply)

* 11. Which stakeholder group is least important to your sustainability/CSR efforts at this time? (select one)

* 12. What triggered your decision to develop a report? (select all that apply)

* 13. What was the primary reason for not doing a report before you actually did? (select one)

* 14. What was your primary challenge in completing your first report? (select one)

* 15. Have you issued another report since your first one?

* 16. How often do you plan to issue a report? (select one)

* 17. What was the primary guideline/standard used for your report? (select one)

* 18. In preparing for your report, did you conduct a materiality assessment?

* 19. Did you include CSR/sustainability goals in your first report, and what are you doing with regard to goal-setting since then? (select one)

* 20. For background purposes, please provide the approximate number of employees in your company.

* 21. Based on the experience with your company’s first CSR/sustainability report, what one thing are you doing differently since then and why?

* 22. Are you willing to be contacted for a follow-up interview for this research? If so, please provide whatever contact information you are willing to share.

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