Leadership in the risk intelligent organization
Corporate scandals, worldwide regulatory demands, and the recovery from the global financial crisis have all created new pressures on chief audit executives (CAEs) and the internal audit profession.
CAEs today need to make a tough choice: remain as traditional auditors focused on executing the audit plan, or elevate their role, particularly in the area of risk management, to that of a strategic business partner to the C-suite. Successfully addressing these demands requires a combination of leadership, processes, and tools like automation, analytics and continuous auditing to deliver greater efficiencies and effectiveness.
In this white paper we share:
- How to do more with fewer resources
- Ways to conduct activities in more and more complex technology and data environments
- How to work with increasingly "audit-aware" operational business partners whose demands for real-time audit and risk information are growing.