Vol. 75 Nbr. 3, June 2018
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- WHERE HAVE ALL OUR HEROES GONE?
- Reader Forum.
- FACING RISK HEAD-ON: Corporate concern drops for economic and political surprises.
- FAILURE TO PROSECUTE: More organizations don't report fraud incidents to authorities.
- THE HIGH COST OF POOR CULTURE: Bad workplace culture is affecting business performance.
- DIGITIZATION CHALLENGES IT AUDITORS: Technology specialists need to engage with transformation projects.
- SET A GOOD EXAMPLE: When it comes to harassment, employees are watching, says Wendy Sellers, chief operating officer of business consulting firm BlackRain Partners.
- CENTRALIZED VS. DECENTRALIZED AUDIT FUNCTIONS: CAEs should weigh the advantages and disadvantages of each structure when considering the best organizational fit.
- PARTNERS IN PROTECTION: Now more than ever, internal auditors and information security officers need to collaborate on cybersecurity.
- THE CFO CHECK SCAM: A routine internal audit uncovers a $1 million fraud carried out by the company's former chief financial officer.
- INTO the light: #MeToo is shining a light on the harassment women have faced in the workplace for decades and have been afraid to report.
- Tailoring IPPF Implementation: Maturity models can help internal audit departments of varying sizes scale their approach in applying the framework.
- Find your VOICE: KAREN BRADY, 2018-2019 chairman of The IIA's North American Board, wants internal auditors to communicate their value to ensure their ongoing relevance in a rapidly changing world.
- THE 2018-19 NORTH AMERICAN BOARD CHAIRMAN.
- Leading toward improvement: Audit managers can point the way to enhanced, cost-effective professional development for the audit function.
- beneath the surface: Auditing culture requires practitioners to delve deep into the organization's core, beyond mere surface-level analysis.
- Auditing Analytic Models: Internal auditors need to assess the analytics controls for the models their organizations rely on to support decision-making.
- MODEL GOVERNANCE, WHERE TO BEGIN? Internal audit should periodically review the governance structure and related sub-process responsibilities.
- "TRUST ME," SAID THE SMILING AUDITOR: To succeed as advisors, we need to understand what truly inspires confidence from stakeholders.
- DISRUPTIVE BUSINESS: Internal auditors need to keep a finger on the pulse of change and advise their organizations accordingly.
- IIA Calendar.
- RISKS SPEAK LOUDER THAN ISSUES: Internal audit communication should focus on the key threats our clients face.