Audit Management

​​​The CAE, in addition to being a key member of management and playing an essential role in an organization’s governance, must manage an ongoing activity – the internal audit function. While many aspects of managing internal audit are similar to other functions, some aspects are unique.​
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Internal auditing needs a strategic plan as much as any other function or organization. The AEC has complied guidance, poll results and examples of strategic plans for internal audit functions on our Strategic Planning page.

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​The Politics of Internal Audit

Every organization, or group of people, has some element of politics. Internal audit is no different, but the politics a CAE may encounter when running internal audit have unique aspects. This webinar explores the topic from the perspective of the CAE. View the webi​nar playback.

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​An ​Adaptive Internal Audit Function

The culture at Google is all about trying new things, and if something doesn’t work, trying again. It is a fluid atmosphere that has allowed CAE Lisa Lee and the internal audit function to thrive, as auditors dedicated to each product area gain a deep understanding of the processes to offer insight and provide value. Read the Knowledge Brief.

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