When he writes the first draft of a report, it is the final draft.
His copy of the red book includes his corrections…and they make it better.
He has done original work.
He once perfectly balanced risk and control.
His samples are always statistically valid.
His organ donor card includes his analytical ability.
His business cards contain only one line - “You have agreed to the findings.”
His tick marks are self-explanatory.
He went to the chief risk officer… to warn him.
He has memorized his IIA member number.
His audit schedule goes up to the end of the Mayan calendar. And then he has additional plans.
His meetings always end five minutes early.
He receives over 1,000 e-mails an hour – and his in-bin is always empty.
He once developed the perfect CAAT; then destroyed it so auditors would still have something to do.
He has won the lifetime achievement award – twice.
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.”