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This book is about agility and relevance at the department level. It is about getting internal auditors to the point where they have the confidence to say yes and not lose great opportunities to be strategically relevant.
- Internal audit as a rotational department
- Knowing what matters most — enterprise risk management (ERM)
- Building a more diverse resource plan
- Focusing on competencies more than skills
- Proactive relationship management
- Revisiting and overcoming challenges
About the Author
Tim Berichon has been in the internal audit profession since 2007 when he joined Tyco International. He has 20 years of global diverse experiences in public accounting, finance, and strategic alliances, as well as marketing, selling, and implementing integrated accounting software. He has a bachelor's degree in accounting and economics and an MBA in global management. Tim was certified as a CPA in Ohio while practicing at Coopers & Lybrand (now PwC).
Tim joined Tyco International as part of its initiative to transform its internal audit function to a more enterprise risk-based approach. After serving as America’s regional audit manager, Tim was named global director, overseeing the global enterprise risk management program and the integrated assurance plan. He then rotated from internal audit to become the business unit chief financial officer (CFO) of Tyco Sub-Saharan Africa based in South Africa.
After leaving Tyco, he served as chief audit executive (CAE) for two global, multibillion-dollar public companies. He is a leading speaker at conferences, association chapters, and universities. Tim strives to be a servant-leader to his stakeholders, including his teams, bosses, peers, and internal clients.
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