New Auditor's Guide to Internal Auditing
There has never been a better time to be an internal auditor. Today's internal auditors undertake a variety of interesting work, gain a holistic understanding of the business, and are often early adopters of evolving technology. The importance of having a capable and well-equipped internal audit activity has become increasingly recognized. Boards, audit committees, and senior management are expecting more from their symbiotic partnership with internal auditors.
The twenty-first century is offering up fresh challenges due to rapid business changes, global connectivity, emerging technologies, and increasingly complex economic, regulatory, and operating environements. The internal audit profession is responding by evolving significantly to help their organizations deliver excellent products and services, while doing all they can to make the world a better place.
New Auditor's Guide to Internal Auditing incorporates insights, stories, and tips for new auditors in their first few years in the profession. It also accommodates the many different pathways that people follow to move into an internal audit role at all leverls - from auditors to chief audit executives (CAEs). The book meets the specific needs of new auditors as well as educators and others who suppor them.
- Verlag: Internal Audit Foundation
- Erschienen 2019
- Softcover: 240 Seiten
- Sprache: English
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