Improving the Bottom Linehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/improving-the-bottom-lineImproving the Bottom Line<p>​<span><span>Understanding inherent risks in the supply chain and procurement process can help auditors recover substantial dividends.</span></span></p>Chris Kelly073

 

 

Improving the Bottom Linehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/improving-the-bottom-lineImproving the Bottom Line<p>​<span><span>Understanding inherent risks in the supply chain and procurement process can help auditors recover substantial dividends.</span></span></p>Chris Kelly073
Great Expectations of Audithttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/great-expectations-of-auditGreat Expectations of Audit<p>​Financial service internal audit departments will see more enforcement and fewer new regulations, says Mike Cowell, senior managing director and chief auditor at TIAA-CREF Financial Services.</p>Staff0472

 

 

When the Bill Doesn't Add Uphttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/when-the-bill-doesnt-add-upWhen the Bill Doesn't Add Up<p>​An internal audit discovers a US$3.3 million theft by a long-serving accounting employee.</p>Art Stewart0519
An “F” for Fraudhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/an-f-for-fraudAn “F” for Fraud<p>​An inspector general reports on billing fraud in the Chicago Public Schools.</p>Art Stewart013414

 

 

Great Expectations of Audithttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/great-expectations-of-auditGreat Expectations of Audit<p>​Financial service internal audit departments will see more enforcement and fewer new regulations, says Mike Cowell, senior managing director and chief auditor at TIAA-CREF Financial Services.</p>0
Thinking Holistically About Securityhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/thinking-holistically-about-securityThinking Holistically About Security<p>​Internal auditors and their organizations need to focus on both external and internal threats.​​​</p>0
Keys to Successful Leadershiphttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/keys-to-successful-leadershipKeys to Successful Leadership<p>​Two audit executives share the secrets of their success.</p>1

 

 

Thinking Holistically About Securityhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/thinking-holistically-about-securityThinking Holistically About Security<p>​Internal auditors and their organizations need to focus on both external and internal threats.​​​</p>James Reinhard0588
Viewing Cyberrisk Through a COSO Lenshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/viewing-cyberrisk-through-a-coso-lensViewing Cyberrisk Through a COSO Lens<p>New guidance may help management confront today's escalating information security threats.</p>Tim McCollum013511

 

 

Keys to Successful Leadershiphttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/keys-to-successful-leadershipKeys to Successful Leadership<p>​Two audit executives share the secrets of their success.</p>Staff17117
Why Follow Up?https://iaonline.theiia.org/why-follow-upWhy Follow Up?<p>​By revisiting audits, internal auditors can monitor the status of corrective actions and recommendations.</p><p></p>Ismail Kenessy17580

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Contributing Your Voice to Internal Auditing’s Body of Knowledgehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2015/contributing-your-voice-to-internal-auditing’s-body-of-knowledgeContributing Your Voice to Internal Auditing’s Body of Knowledge<p>​A critical component of the 201​5 <em>Common Body of Knowledge</em> project is the Global Internal Audit Practitioner Survey. It is now underway, and your input is vital.</p>Richard Chambers0228

 

 

Three Ways to Make Your Customer Surveys More Effectivehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2015/three-ways-to-make-your-customer-surveys-more-effectiveThree Ways to Make Your Customer Surveys More Effective<p>​Many internal audit shops are using ​customer surveys. But their approaches often leave out the most important ingredient — the customer.</p>Mike Jacka0

 

 

The Risk of Missing the Next New Technologyhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/marks/2015/the-risk-of-missing-the-next-new-technologyThe Risk of Missing the Next New Technology<p><span style="color:#666666;line-height:19.2000007629395px;">Is your organization sufficiently intelligent and agile to be able to deploy new technologies and obtain competitive advantage?</span>​</p>Norman Marks0

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Auditing Low-hanging Fruithttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/auditing-low-hanging-fruitAuditing Low-hanging Fruit2015-02-11T05:00:00Z2015-02-11T05:00:00Z
Viewing Cyberrisk Through a COSO Lenshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/viewing-cyberrisk-through-a-coso-lensViewing Cyberrisk Through a COSO Lens2015-01-29T05:00:00Z2015-01-29T05:00:00Z
More Important than Facts, Figures, and Datahttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2015/more-important-than-facts-figures-and-dataMore Important than Facts, Figures, and Data2015-02-13T05:00:00Z2015-02-13T05:00:00Z
The Search for Top Talenthttps://iaonline.theiia.org/2015/the-search-for-top-talentThe Search for Top Talent2015-01-30T05:00:00Z2015-01-30T05:00:00Z