Vol. 76 Nbr. 3, June 2019
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- CULTURE, ENGAGEMENT, AND BUSINESS SUCCESS.
- Reader Forum.
- PRIVACY COMPLIANCE A TOP RISK: Global privacy regulations are creating a complicated path for organizations.
- 3 LINES IN REVISION: The IIA reviews the relevance of the risk management model.
- CAN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SAVE THE WORLD? Research suggests AI could reduce environmental impacts and raise economic growth.
- COMPANIES SEEK ETHICAL ENHANCEMENTS: Rising scrutiny is driving compliance executives to tackle misconduct companywide.
- THE EVOLVING CIA: Certified Internal Auditor exam upgrades align it with current internal audit practices, says Lily Bi, IIA vice president of Global Certifications.
- ASSESSING DATA RELIABILITY: Internal auditors can follow practical steps to ensure reports are complete and accurate.
- PEACE IN OUR TIME: Audit results shouldn't drive the IT department's strategy and priorities.
- HOW TO AUDIT SOCIAL MEDIA: By reviewing compliance with social policies, internal auditors can help their organizations assess risks.
- THE OPPORTUNISTIC CFO: When a small, growing company hires an internal auditor, it discovers the chief financial officer embezzling profits.
- The Right Path; With help from internal auditors, organizations can reap the performance benefits of ethical decision-making.
- ETHICS TECH.
- IN LINE WITH RISK: Implementing a risk management program can better align an organization's risk profile with its overall strategy.
- Step forward: IIA's 2019-2020 North American Board chair, BENITO YBARRA, says internal auditors can do more to enhance and protect organizational value.
- FROM THEN TO NOW.
- MY YEAR AS CHAIR.
- Bias in the Machine: Organizations that depend on artificial intelligence models must control for factors that could expose them to discrimination risk.
- CONTROLLING FOR EXOGENOUS VARIABLES.
- Areas of Deficiency: To inform the audit committee on external audit quality, internal auditors need to be familiar with the PCAOB inspection process and recurring findings.
- Don't manage RISK--Manage VALUE: Changing risk standards pave the way for organizations to bring their experts together to pursue opportunities and cope with threats.
- BOARD PROBLEMS: With stakeholders' growing emphasis on corporate culture, boards could benefit from ethics expertise.
- AUDITOR, AUDIT THYSELF: Practitioners need to turn audit techniques on themselves and examine their department's culture.
- THE HEALTHY CORPORATE CULTURE: CAEs increasingly are being asked to assess, monitor, and report on the health of the organization's culture.
- IIA Calendar.
- VALUE THROUGH QUANTIFICATION: Showing the net benefits of implementing audit recommendations can be a great service to clients.