The IIA's highest rated presenters from the past year of conferences as evaluated by attendees are on the agenda for The IIA's All Star Conference. This is the premier networking and education opportunity to garner cutting-edge insights on issues impacting the internal audit environment and beyond.
We sat down for a short Q&A with Pamela Jenkins, speaker at the 2014 All Star Conference and Vice President of Audit Services, US Foods, on what to expect at this year's event.
What are the top career-development benefits of attending the 2014 All Star Conference?
The conference was designed to showcase the "best of the best" of past speakers, all based on 2013-14 evaluations. The topics being presented are among the most-pressing issues for today's internal auditors, so attendees will be prepared for the challenges they'll he facing down the road. That's probably the top career benefit --you'll have auditing knowledge that your non-attending peers and colleagues won't.
What are the biggest emerging challenges facing internal auditing, and how will attending this conference help internal audit professionals prepare?
The Conference Committee recognized the emerging challenges that modern internal auditors are faced with, and developed tracks that focused on these areas so they mirror each other. Among these tracks are "Fraud Awareness: Prevention, Detection, & Reporting," "Corporate Governance...