Vol. 75 Nbr. 5, October 2018
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- KEYS TO SUCCEED.
- Reader Forum.
- TAKE STOCK OF REPUTATION: In the wake of a crisis, social media is magnifying reputation damage.
- TECH ADOPTION FALLS SHORT: Organizations are not leveraging automation for compliance work.
- THE RISKS OF A NARCISSISTIC CEO: Big egos can lead business leaders into bigger legal trouble.
- BARRIERS TO THE TOP: Favoritism impedes progress and performance of female CEOs.
- WHEN CEOS BECOME THE CRISIS: Companies can take steps to restore their reputation when a CEO's words bring negative publicity, says Christal Johnson, assistant professor of public relations at Syracuse University.
- CERTIFICATION: WHERE TO BEGIN? Internal auditors should consider several factors when deciding which certification is right for them.
- CHANGES TO IIA CERTIFICATIONS.
- FIVE TRENDS SHAPING DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: By understanding new developments, internal audit can help shape the organization's approach to the digital economy.
- DON'T OVERLOOK PHYSICAL ACCESS: Internal auditors need to evaluate how facilities are protected as part of the organization's overall security efforts.
- THE CREATIVE CARD FRAUD: Two employees collaborate to use university purchasing cards to steal almost $300,000.
- EMERGING LEADERS 2018: This year's standout practitioners exude talent, approach their work with passion, and are driven toward continuous improvement.
- TEN TIPS to manage your career: An active approach to career management can mean more opportunity and long-term success.
- In any kind of weather: Through its assurance and advice, internal audit can help the organization apply the principles of COSO's ERM framework.
- Agents of Improvement: Internal audit can have a huge impact on enhancing business processes.
- A clear picture: Better explaining internal audit's role to stakeholders is vital to its success.
- GETTING THE MESSAGE TO STAKEHOLDERS.
- HELP STAKEHOLDERS UNDERSTAND AND VALUE INTERNAL AUDIT.
- IN COMPLIANCE: Two U.S. government documents can help assess governance around compliance programs.
- AN EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIENCE: Stakeholders should associate internal auditing with exceptional service.
- INTEGRATED KNOWLEDGE: Technology skills are assumed with today's internal audit practitioners.
- IIA Calendar.
- DATA AT RISK: Protecting sensitive data should be a priority for every organization.