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Operational Auditing: Principles and Techniques for a Changing World

Internal auditors are expected to perform risk-based audits, but they do so partially because they focus on financial and compliance risks at the expense of operational, strategic, and technological risks.

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Features

  • A practical handbook that explains how to perform operational audits, which management tools are helpful, and how to use them during internal audits.
  • Readers will understand what operational audit are and how to perform them.
  • Readers will learn to identify ways to advance the value of internal audit.
  • Shows auditors how to link the compliance, financial, operational, strategic, and IT activities of the organization for more comprehensive reviews.
  • Merges traditional internal audit concepts and practices with contemporary quality control methodologies, tips, tools, and techniques.

Summary

Internal auditors are expected to perform risk-based audits, but they do so partially because they focus on financial and compliance risks at the expense of operational, strategic, and technological risks. This limits their ability to evaluate critical risks and processes. This book merges traditional internal audit concepts and practices with contemporary quality control methodologies, tips, tools, and techniques. It helps internal auditors perform value-added operational audits that result in meaningful findings and useful recommendations to help organizations meet objectives and improve the perception of internal auditors as high-value contributors, appropriate change agents, and trusted advisors.

 

Item Number: 10.6391

Features

  • A practical handbook that explains how to perform operational audits, which management tools are helpful, and how to use them during internal audits.
  • Readers will understand what operational audit are and how to perform them.
  • Readers will learn to identify ways to advance the value of internal audit.
  • Shows auditors how to link the compliance, financial, operational, strategic, and IT activities of the organization for more comprehensive reviews.
  • Merges traditional internal audit concepts and practices with contemporary quality control methodologies, tips, tools, and techniques.

Summary

Internal auditors are expected to perform risk-based audits, but they do so partially because they focus on financial and compliance risks at the expense of operational, strategic, and technological risks. This limits their ability to evaluate critical risks and processes. This book merges traditional internal audit concepts and practices with contemporary quality control methodologies, tips, tools, and techniques. It helps internal auditors perform value-added operational audits that result in meaningful findings and useful recommendations to help organizations meet objectives and improve the perception of internal auditors as high-value contributors, appropriate change agents, and trusted advisors.

 

Item Number: 10.6391

Products specifications
SKU 00526-00000000
ISBN 9781498746397
Publication Year 2016
Page Count 349