control, and governance
Meet 20 emerging leaders who are making a difference in their organizations and helping shape the future of the internal audit profession.
A newly hired chief audit executive calls for transparency in the audit department, only to be met with skepticism, disdain, and complaints to the company’s ethics hotline.
Increasing your civility helps stakeholders view you as a trusted adviser. Read Carolyn Saint's latest blog discussing the ways civility can make you feel good as an auditor and a person.
Heat maps are a useful and easy-to-make tool for visualizing risk data.
Sharing knowledge and expertise makes for well-rounded, relevant auditors. Mentoring comes in all shapes and sizes, ranging from formalized structures to loosely formed relationships founded on a common interest.
Developing an effective 60-second elevator speech can improve your ability to make a strong first impression with those outside the profession. Read Richard Chambers' latest blog discussing how to create an appealing 60-second pitch.
CAEs say defining key performance metrics can provide substantive data on internal audit’s value to the organization.
Internal audit and compliance can work together to streamline processes and avoid duplication of efforts, says Mike Roemer, former head of internal audit and newly appointed head of compliance for Barclays.