Advancing Organizational Governance: Internal Audit’s Role

Steven Bobson, Europe & Americas Editor
March 30, 2012 /

Long gone are the days when internal audit simply tested controls. Today, practitioners have a multi-dimensional job description that focuses on adding value and meeting stakeholder demands on a number of fronts.

One issue that has garnered significant attention in recent years is organizational governance. It is an area of opportunity for internal audit to demonstrate to true scope of its value.

However, before practitioners dive into to the issue, they should understand the roles they can fill, how to approach them, and what value they are ultimately going to add in the process. Advancing Organizational Governance: Internal Audit’s Role is a how-to guide to help practitioners fully explore the tremendous opportunities in this area.

Available in hardcover and downloadable PDF.

 

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