Postmortem Blueshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2019/Pages/Postmortem-Blues.aspxPostmortem Blues<p>​Taking time to look back can mean less time doing things wrong in the future.<br></p>Mike Jacka0
When You Spot Fraud, Don't Break the Eggshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2019/Pages/When-You-Spot-Fraud-Dont-Break-the-Eggs.aspxWhen You Spot Fraud, Don't Break the Eggs<p>Internal auditors should not assume they should undertake fraud investigations single-handedly or lead a fraud investigation team themselves. <br></p>Richard Chambers0
It's Not Me, It's Youhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2019/Pages/It's-Not-Me,-It's-You.aspxIt's Not Me, It's You<p>​When an audit doesn't go as planned, we have to find responsibility, not excuses.<br></p>Mike Jacka0
What's Your Mission Statement?https://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/Soileau/2019/Pages/What's-Your-Mission-Statement.aspxWhat's Your Mission Statement?<p>A personal mission statement can be a compass for your internal audit career.​</p>Laura Soileau0
Trying to Put Report Lipstick on the Audit Pighttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2019/Pages/Trying-to-Put-Report-Lipstick-on-the-Audit-Pig.aspxTrying to Put Report Lipstick on the Audit Pig<p>​The key to successful report writing has less to do with good writing and more to do with good auditing.<br></p>Mike Jacka0
The Journey for Internal Audit Holds Valuable Lessonshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2019/Pages/The-Journey-for-Internal-Audit-Holds-Valuable-Lessons.aspxThe Journey for Internal Audit Holds Valuable Lessons<p>A preview of my new book shows why I felt the need to embark on a journey of research and long hours of writing to share new lessons.<br></p>Richard Chambers0
A Preview of the 2019 Pulse of Internal Audit Reporthttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2019/Pages/A-Preview-of-the-2019-Pulse-of-Internal-Audit-Report.aspxA Preview of the 2019 Pulse of Internal Audit Report<p>This year's report raises important questions about the ways today's dynamic risk universe is altering how internal audit aligns with the board. <br></p>Richard Chambers0
Don't Quote Mehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2019/Pages/Don't-Quote-Me.aspxDon't Quote Me<p>​The best information internal auditors get often comes from the most casual of conversations.<br></p>Mike Jacka0
When Opportunity Knocks, Say Yeshttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/Soileau/2019/Pages/When-Opportunity-Knocks,-Say-Yes.aspxWhen Opportunity Knocks, Say Yes<p>​Thoughts on the value of bouncing back and keeping an open mind throughout an internal audit career.<br></p>Laura Soileau0
Does Risk Appetite Even Matter?https://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2019/Pages/Does-Risk-Appetite-Even-Matter.aspxDoes Risk Appetite Even Matter?<p>​A lot of phrases related to risk are being bandied about, nowadays. How much should internal auditors really care?<br></p>Mike Jacka0

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