When he does audit work, workpapers document themselves.
If he were to get a fact wrong, it would still be correct.
People under investigation confess as soon as they hear he is coming…even when they’re not guilty.
The audit committee meets in his office.
His picture is worth two thousand words, and it is on every audit report.
He gets e-mails with potential findings… from other companies.
An auditee once lied to him…and then begged for forgiveness.
When he does an audit under attorney/client privilege, the attorneys are not allowed to participate.
His computer battery never dies.
Larry Sawyer once asked him for his autograph.
Marketing comes to him for ideas.
He has only attended one meeting…because he said everything that needed to be said.
IT holds conferences about him.
He is allowed to circumvent controls… but never does.
His executive summaries never exceed one page.
When he audits CEOs, they list it on their resumes.
He found the control breakdown that allowed people to mess with Texas.
He is…The Most Interesting Auditor in the World
“I don’t always conduct audits, but when I do, I follow the IIA Standards. Stay inquisitive my friends.”