It's all about teamwork for Marc Eulerich.
A Georgian auditor describes her adventurous life.
Mireille Harnois loves to give back.
For Tomasz Smolarek, life is about balance.
Jason Stepnoski finds inspiration in running and chicken-keeping.
This audit leader is also a crowd-pleaser.
On the FrontlinesView All
How to audit word-of-mouth wrongdoing.
Por qué los Jedi realmente necesitaban auditores internos.
The board must be aware of cybersecurity risk.
An engineer becomes an internal auditor.
Agents of change in mitigating climate change.
A comprehensive look at risk-based auditing.
Building a Better AuditorView All
The importance of those lost 'coffee chats.'
Strategies for building rapport with the business.
Becoming a better auditor through peer relationships.
How including the audit client reaps rewards.
Even experienced auditors can learn from mentors.
Best ways to become proficient in the field.
Mind of JackaView All
Short observation doesn't render the full picture.
Thoughts on assessing organizational mental health programs.
Creativity output requires a lot of input
How constant 'work' can stifle innovation.
Jacka reviews some gems about report reviews.
Jacka explores how rewrites promot mediocrity.
InternalAuditor.org is the destination for all things internal auditing.
Big technology ideas come from unexpected places.
Several 2019 Emerging Leaders offer their advice for those just entering the internal audit profession.
Audit executive and Internal Auditor “Risk Watch” contributing editor Rick Wright examines cyber risk in the supply chain.
Fast-moving changes in today’s organizations are prompting the need for agile response and audit innovation. Julie Connors, CAE at Interpublic Group, discusses the many drivers behind those changes and what types of innovative practices she sees in the area of risk management.
In Part 1 of this three-part series, Harold Silverman, Managing Director of CAE Services, and Jenitha John, The IIA’s Global Chairman, 2020–21, discuss the basics relating to the evolution of the Three Lines Model.
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