Vol. 75 Nbr. 1, February 2018
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- EQ AND STRESS MANAGEMENT.
- Be Accountable.
- Face-to-face Auditing.
- Adaptable Audit Approach.
- Address the Root Cause.
- Change Is Happening.
- COMPANY EXECS FOCUS ON DISRUPTION: High-speed innovation and digital transformation top leaders' concerns for 2018.
- BOARD PRIORITIES: An NACD survey reveals top concerns and challenges for corporate directors in 2018.
- CONTROL REINFORCEMENTS: Scandals are leading Japan's manufacturers to shore up internal controls.
- NEW YEAR, NEW PCAOB BOARD: Incoming chairman seeks to advance "sustainable" audit quality.
- REGULATION READY? Auditors can help their organization navigate the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, coming in May, says Donna Gracey, data protection officer and internal auditor for the U.K.'s Punch Taverns.
- SMALL BUT EFFECTIVE: With the right tools and planning, small audit shops can be just as successful as their larger peers.
- BRINGING CYBERSECURITY INTO THE FUTURE: Internal auditors should consider whether CARTA is a smarter approach to addressing information security risks.
- TAKING THE LEAD ON BLOCKCHAIN: As the technology behind Bitcoin finds new uses, internal auditors must assess how the risks may impact the organization.
- THE LOYALTY PROGRAM SWINDLE: Unscrupulous employees reap the benefits of loose controls in a company's promoter program.
- Board Matters: Internal audit and board alignment can best be achieved when each looks to understand the priorities and needs of the other.
- the CAE-CRO relationship: Chief audit executives and chief risk officers can collaborate in many ways to ensure the organization manages risks effectively.
- How's your EQ? Emotional intelligence can help auditors build and maintain positive, productive relationships throughout the organization.
- Implementing a Shared Services Model: When consolidating services, internal audit's broad knowledge of the business works to the organization's advantage.
- GOVERNANCE IN VIEW: Done right, corporate governance audits can generate great value for organizations.
- your PERSONAL BRAND: Building a professional identity, and promoting it effectively, can be vital to an internal auditor's career.
- THE EXTENDED ENTERPRISE: Third-party governance models are a must for today's organizations.
- THE PASSCODE IS... 312: Do you see control issues everywhere? How you respond to them may speak to your expertise as a practitioner.
- PROVIDING INSIGHT: CAEs can take certain steps to ensure they are giving the audit committee what it needs.
- IIA Calendar.
- THE NEED FOR INTEGRATION: Internal audit functions should adopt a holistic approach to engagements.