With pressure on internal audit functions to provide more value added services, a number of new audit areas have emerged, from auditing strategic risks, to data analytics and continuous auditing to better root cause analysis and trend analysis. This course provides benchmarking information and extensive details about ways to add value in internal audit so the function focuses on what matters most and remains relevant in the future.
You should attend because being perceived as adding value is a key expectation of internal audit departments and a determinant for success now and in the future.
Internal Auditors, IT Auditors, Senior In-Charge Auditors, Chief Audit Executives, Audit Managers, and Directors, Audit Team Leaders.
You will learn how to get key projects on the audit plan, discover ways of auditing projects and strategic risks, coordinate assurance activities to make better use of corporate resources and improve communications with the audit committee.
What do we mean by adding value:
Getting strategic risk on the audit plan:
Practical approaches to auditing projects:
Practical approaches to auditing strategic risks:
Using data analytics and continuous auditing:
What do we mean by insightful audit reports and where does Root Cause Analysis fit?
Trend analysis for senior stakeholders:
Other leading practices:
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