This book was written to complement the recently published handbook, Evaluating and Improving Organizational Governance.
Governance, which includes the important subsets of risk, control, and compliance, is the “space” in which internal audit plays. There are tremendous opportunities for internal auditors to add value to their respective organizations through work they can perform in advancing organizational practices.
Author Dean Bahrman provides “how to” guidance and tools on:
- Internal audit’s role in providing assurance design and operating effectiveness
- Key risks and audit steps to take when gathering evidence
- Using capability maturity models
- Managing risk
- Other roles internal audit may fill
Helpful appendices and suggested further readings are also included.
The primary audience for this book is internal audit management. Board/audit committee members with internal audit oversight, executive management, other governance practitioners, academia, and individuals charged with advancing organizational governance in all types and sizes of organizations will also find this book useful.
About the Author:
Dean Bahrman, CIA, has focused on establishing, leading, and improving internal audit services and strengthening governance practices with leading companies in the financial services industry for the past 20 years. He provides advice on governance, risk control, and internal audit practices and performs internal audit quality assurance services.
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