• Feature by Russell A. Jackson
    Taking the Lead Honorable Mentions
    Taking the Lead

    Meet 20 emerging leaders who are making a difference in their organizations and helping shape the future of the internal audit profession.

  • Ask the Experts by Dennis McGuffie
    Ask the Experts
    Too Much Transparency?

    A newly hired chief audit executive calls for transparency in the audit department, only to be met with skepticism, disdain, and complaints to the company’s ethics hotline.

  • Blog by Mike Jacka
    To Boldy QA

    Spaceships, hyperspace, and aliens, oh my! Read Mike Jacka's humorous approach to explain QAs in his latest blog.

  • ITAudit  by Larry C. Herzog Butler
    Three Steps to Building Heat Maps

    Heat maps are a useful and easy-to-make tool for visualizing risk data.

  • News
    Mentoring That Matters

    Sharing knowledge and expertise makes for well-rounded, relevant auditors. 


  • Guest Blog by Jim Pelletier
    Tackling Management Inaction

    The key to prevent complicated situations is to clearly address audit findings and to offer recommendations that add value to the organization.

  • Feature by Stephen W. Minder, Linda Leinicke, and W. Max Rexroad
    What Do You Measure?

    CAEs say defining key performance metrics can provide substantive data on internal audit’s value to the organization.

  • Update Q&A with Mike Roemer
    A Win-win Partnership

    Internal audit and compliance can work together to streamline processes and avoid duplication of efforts, says Mike Roemer, former head of internal audit and newly appointed head of compliance for Barclays.

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