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The organization's climate change journey.
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Passing the torch to the next generation.
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Researchers studying ways to automate audit interviews have discovered something fascinating — test subjects are more likely to disclose internal control weaknesses to a computerized interviewer than to a person.Read more
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With the increased interest in ESG reporting, some companies are stating that they are making more progress on environmental goals than they actually are. Experts say greenwashing is a risk that will only grow in importance — one that organizations and internal auditors need to address.