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Collaborative Auditing

By: James Pelletier, CIA, CGPA, and Yuki Matsuura, CPA, CCSA, CRMA

The role internal auditors play within their organizations continues to evolve, bringing new opportunities to consistently deliver value through high-quality work. The core principle of this book is an understanding that internal audit’s responsibility goes beyond audit engagements to ensuring that key stakeholders are left with the knowledge and tools they need to improve processes and address the root causes of issues within their organizations.

Lessons Learned on the Audit Trail

By: Richard F. Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA

IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers candidly recounts personal experiences to illustrate critical lessons learned during his nearly 40-year career. He imparts life-based lessons on vital topics such as the importance of building and sustaining relationships with internal audit stakeholders, demonstrating value, deploying risk-based audit planning and the dynamic nature of risk, and achieving and sustaining a seat at the table.

The Politics of Internal Auditing

By: Patricia K. Miller, CIA, QIAL, CRMA, and Larry E. Rittenberg, PhD, CIA, CPA

This research report addresses political pressure on CAEs and their internal audit departments. Having surveyed nearly 500 CAEs from various business sectors around the world, researchers Patty Miller and Larry Rittenberg share how effective CAEs work to mitigate political pressure. The research points out some things that can be done to strengthen the culture, improve the governance structure, and build support for internal auditing.

Trusted Advisors: Key Attributes of Outstanding Internal Auditors

By: Richard F. Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA

Richard Chambers taps an array of leading internal auditors and, from their experiences, provides insights into the traits that characterize those who have truly earned a seat at the table. Based on a global survey of nearly 300 chief audit executives and one-on-one interviews, he details the personal, relational, and professional attributes of outstanding internal auditors. Whether you are just getting started as an internal auditor or you’re a seasoned veteran, the insights gleaned from the collective experience of these experts will help propel you to the next phase of your career.

CAE Strategic Relationships: Building Rapport with the Executive Suite

By: Mohammad J. Abdolmohammadi, DBA, CPA,

Sridhar Ramamoorti, PhD, CIA, CFSA, CGAP, CRMA

and Gerrit Sarens, PhD, CIA, CCSA

This insightful collection of case studies shows chief audit executives how to build and leverage their relationship with the executive suite for better organizational outcomes. This report uses the relational coordination framework to uncover the core elements of successful business relationships for CAEs and their executive suite counterparts. Through CAE Strategic Relationships, you can revitalize relationships, enhance communications, and build better rapport with your executive suite today.

 

Item Number: 10.1235

Collaborative Auditing

By: James Pelletier, CIA, CGPA, and Yuki Matsuura, CPA, CCSA, CRMA

The role internal auditors play within their organizations continues to evolve, bringing new opportunities to consistently deliver value through high-quality work. The core principle of this book is an understanding that internal audit’s responsibility goes beyond audit engagements to ensuring that key stakeholders are left with the knowledge and tools they need to improve processes and address the root causes of issues within their organizations.

Lessons Learned on the Audit Trail

By: Richard F. Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA

IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers candidly recounts personal experiences to illustrate critical lessons learned during his nearly 40-year career. He imparts life-based lessons on vital topics such as the importance of building and sustaining relationships with internal audit stakeholders, demonstrating value, deploying risk-based audit planning and the dynamic nature of risk, and achieving and sustaining a seat at the table.

The Politics of Internal Auditing

By: Patricia K. Miller, CIA, QIAL, CRMA, and Larry E. Rittenberg, PhD, CIA, CPA

This research report addresses political pressure on CAEs and their internal audit departments. Having surveyed nearly 500 CAEs from various business sectors around the world, researchers Patty Miller and Larry Rittenberg share how effective CAEs work to mitigate political pressure. The research points out some things that can be done to strengthen the culture, improve the governance structure, and build support for internal auditing.

Trusted Advisors: Key Attributes of Outstanding Internal Auditors

By: Richard F. Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA

Richard Chambers taps an array of leading internal auditors and, from their experiences, provides insights into the traits that characterize those who have truly earned a seat at the table. Based on a global survey of nearly 300 chief audit executives and one-on-one interviews, he details the personal, relational, and professional attributes of outstanding internal auditors. Whether you are just getting started as an internal auditor or you’re a seasoned veteran, the insights gleaned from the collective experience of these experts will help propel you to the next phase of your career.

CAE Strategic Relationships: Building Rapport with the Executive Suite

By: Mohammad J. Abdolmohammadi, DBA, CPA,

Sridhar Ramamoorti, PhD, CIA, CFSA, CGAP, CRMA

and Gerrit Sarens, PhD, CIA, CCSA

This insightful collection of case studies shows chief audit executives how to build and leverage their relationship with the executive suite for better organizational outcomes. This report uses the relational coordination framework to uncover the core elements of successful business relationships for CAEs and their executive suite counterparts. Through CAE Strategic Relationships, you can revitalize relationships, enhance communications, and build better rapport with your executive suite today.

 

Item Number: 10.1235