Agility and Innovation

The modern internal audit function needs to tie traditional audit activities more closely to the organization’s strategic objectives and risks. To assist internal auditors with getting on the path to agility and innovation, this report concludes with five steps they can take now to put the wheels in motion.

IIA Enhances Governance Structure

The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) has announced that its global membership approved changes to the organization’s governance structure, reducing the number of members on the Global Board of Directors to 17 from 38, and establishing a six-member Supervisory Committee.

Internal Audit Competencies

Discover the key competencies for the profession of internal auditing and learn how to build competencies for success by reading this Global Knowledge Brief from the IIA.

Auditing Strategic Risks

Internal audit functions are making significant progress in how they audit and address strategic risks by leveraging a broad range of approaches. Get practical Insights form this CBOK Stakeholder Report.

Why Conformans Matters

To best serve the organization and inspire stakeholder confidence, internal audit must operate at the highest level of ethical and professional competencies to ensure consistent and accurate delivery of risk-based and objective assurance, advice and insight. New Positon Paper from IIA.

Etikk på dagsordenen i Bærum kommune

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