Materiality refers to an assessment made to determine the factors that are relevant and material to include in a true account of the organisation’s impact. Calculating in full the outcomes and adjustments for the context of change can be a complex and lengthy process. Setting the bounds of materiality establishes those effects that are deemed to be significant (and therefore need to be factored in), and those that are to be left out.

see commitment to evidence in the measurement system section

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