Is There Too Much Civility in the Boardroom?https://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2018/Pages/Is-There-Too-Much-Civility-in-the-Boardroom.aspxIs There Too Much Civility in the Boardroom?<p>Board members must be willing to ask probing questions, challenge management assumptions, and rock the boat if necessary.​</p>Richard Chambers0
Lessons From a Never-ending Construction Projecthttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/Soileau/2018/Pages/Lessons-From-a-Never-ending-Construction-Project.aspxLessons From a Never-ending Construction Project<p>Following good communication practices can ensure internal auditors give clients realistic expectations about the progress of audit work.<br></p>Laura Soileau0
Writing an Impactful Audit Report: 6 Tips for Being More Persuasivehttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2018/Pages/Writing-an-Impactful-Audit-Report-6-Tips-for-Being-More-Persuasive.aspxWriting an Impactful Audit Report: 6 Tips for Being More Persuasive<p>The ultimate objective of internal audit reporting is not to describe what we found or to make recommendations for improvement — it is to persuade readers to take action.</p>Richard Chambers0
Too Much of a Good Thinghttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2018/Pages/Too-Much-of-a-Good-Thing.aspxToo Much of a Good Thing<p>​No matter how much you enjoy the profession of internal audit, burn out is a reality.​</p>Mike Jacka0
Research: IIA Membership a "Powerful Catalyst for Change"https://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2018/Pages/Research-IIA-Membership-a-Powerful-Catalyst-for-Change.aspxResearch: IIA Membership a "Powerful Catalyst for Change"<p>A recent scholarly investigation examined how internal auditors react to growing demands for efficiency and accountability in public organizations.​</p>Richard Chambers0
Internal Audit and UXhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/Jim-Pelletier/Pages/Internal-Audit-and-UX.aspxInternal Audit and UX<p>​The use​r experience should be considered throughout the audit process.</p>Jim Pelletier0
Making the Most Out of Travelhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/Soileau/2018/Pages/Making-the-Most-Out-of-Travel.aspxMaking the Most Out of Travel<p>Business trips can teach internal auditors much about themselves, their colleagues, and the world around them.<br></p>Laura Soileau0
6 Signals That Your Last Internal Audit Hit a Home Runhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2018/Pages/6-Signals-That-Your-Last-Internal-Audit-Hit-a-Home-Run.aspx6 Signals That Your Last Internal Audit Hit a Home Run<p>​There are several unmistakable signs that your last audit was a big success.​</p>Richard Chambers0
How Many Whys Does It Take to Get to the Center of a Tootsie Roll's Problem?https://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2018/Pages/How-Many-Whys-Does-It-Take-to-Get-to-the-Center-of-a-Tootsie-Roll's-Problem.aspxHow Many Whys Does It Take to Get to the Center of a Tootsie Roll's Problem?<p>"5 Whys" is only a suggestion — and maybe only a start.​</p>Mike Jacka0
Are Companies Capitulating on Cybersecurity Risks?https://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2018/Pages/Are-Companies-Capitulating-on-Cybersecurity-Risks.aspxAre Companies Capitulating on Cybersecurity Risks?I’m starting to wonder if the enormity of cybersecurity is feeding inaction within some organizations. ​​<br>Richard Chambers0

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