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Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 2Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 21/30/2017 4:21:48 PMFtNmhhOTE6ylxa-ztK7HtVZlQLVoU1tZ8c7bf5d07e9e43178f045565d8d4e592https://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/FtNmhhOTE6ylxa-ztK7HtVZlQLVoU1tZ/XzOTlMlQSGUnbGTX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Auditing ethics and culture are hot buzz words today, but where do you start? Sally-Anne Pitt and Scott Page give some tips on the inclusion of ethics and culture in audits and how to get objective input. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=h0eXFwODE6jeo7Mmw63jM6-SbbP3HUne">Click here to watch part 1.</a>https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22946Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 2

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Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 1Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 1h0eXFwODE6jeo7Mmw63jM6-SbbP3HUnehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/h0eXFwODE6jeo7Mmw63jM6-SbbP3HUne/eWNh-8akTAF2kj8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Scott Page, Director of Internal Audit at the Wajax Corporation, and Sally-Anne Pitt, Managing Partner at Pitt Group, discuss the importance of ethics and how it relates to an auditor's role and responsibility. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=FtNmhhOTE6ylxa-ztK7HtVZlQLVoU1tZ">Click here to watch part 2.</a>https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22954Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 1
Implementing the Communication Solution for Your Audit DepartmentImplementing the Communication Solution for Your Audit DepartmentN1bzdsODE6HK4d5WzFmPc_NdLoZaQkSlhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/N1bzdsODE6HK4d5WzFmPc_NdLoZaQkSl/DLOokYc8UKM-fB9H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Audit consultant Robert Mainardi discusses the essential ability to communicate, not only with the audit client but within the audit team itself. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22960Implementing the Communication Solution for Your Audit Department
Audit Executive Center Preview on Cyber ResilienceAudit Executive Center Preview on Cyber ResilienceU4NXhuNzE65ecZehY18BkB8fXNvTcx1thttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/U4NXhuNzE65ecZehY18BkB8fXNvTcx1t/PE3O6Z9ojHeNSk7H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Inspector General Theresa Grafenstine spoke at The Audit Executive Center’s Executive Exchange at The IIA's General Audit Management Conference in 2016 about phishing, advanced persistent threats, and how to communicate with audit committees to get their attention on these crucial topics. She’s fired up on auditors’ ability to get into cybersecurity and cyber resilience. <a href="https://na.theiia.org/training/conferences/GAM/Pages/GAM-Conference.aspx" target="_blank">Click here to learn more about The IIA's General Audit Management Conference.</a> <a href="https://na.theiia.org/services/cae-resources/AEC/top-resources/Pages/AEC-Member-Resources.aspx" target="_blank"> Visit www.theiia.org/AEC Resources to learn more about the Audit Executive Center.</a>https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22973Audit Executive Center Preview on Cyber Resilience
All New Audit ChannelAll New Audit ChannelY5YnBnMzE6KVTihE8S0uFd6Z6UkBT6RFhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/Y5YnBnMzE6KVTihE8S0uFd6Z6UkBT6RF/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Broaden Your View with The IIA's all new Audit Channel. Seven channels and ten topics of videos based on The IIA"s taxonomy. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23131All New Audit Channel
My IIA – Manage Your ExperienceMy IIA – Manage Your ExperienceBmaWR1MDE6LTsWVWGgJKWchugHaQUrLRhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/BmaWR1MDE6LTsWVWGgJKWchugHaQUrLR/QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8The IIA is pleased to introduce My IIA Portal, an online tool where you can manage and customize your membership experience. You can update your profile, manage your communication preferences, review your activity with The IIA, and read the latest association news.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23196My IIA – Manage Your Experience
Internal Auditor Magazine: Timely. Helpful. Indispensable.Internal Auditor Magazine: Timely. Helpful. Indispensable.4yNWlkMDE6_CR2_JtRjuTNaaUbR2hx5uhttp://ak.c.ooyala.com/4yNWlkMDE6_CR2_JtRjuTNaaUbR2hx5u/promo279990196Learn why Internal Auditor magazine is the indispensable resource for internal auditors and the world's most important source of information about the profession. Every other month, you'll find relevant, timely information that you won't read anywhere else. Sharpen your focus at InternalAuditor.org.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23217Internal Auditor Magazine: Timely. Helpful. Indispensable.
What Boards Want & Need From Internal AuditingWhat Boards Want & Need From Internal Auditingt1bG93eTor4UFmbWuvUH4xAy2N9iHfwqhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/t1bG93eTor4UFmbWuvUH4xAy2N9iHfwq/AZ2ZgMjz0LFGHCPn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Sir Win Bischoff is the chair of the Financial Reporting Council, the United Kingdom’s independent regulator responsible for promoting high-quality corporate governance and reporting to foster investment. In this video from the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors, he answers questions about the value of internal audit to the board, the board’s role in establishing an effective culture, and much more.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23233What Boards Want & Need From Internal Auditing
Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 2Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 2ZubGEyeDov2KTq0aEAB73H3Hk1-FRWoLhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/ZubGEyeDov2KTq0aEAB73H3Hk1-FRWoL/E-HI8y-Omg85H4KX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8In part 2 of this two-part series, three audit pros continue talking about overcoming the challenges that come with their efforts to build their technology usage and making the most of the benefits. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=RvYWEyeDr8JDVZIFHilunAFLRoN1eQiu" target="_blank">Click here to watch Part 1</a> of the series. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23293Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 2
Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 1Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 1RvYWEyeDr8JDVZIFHilunAFLRoN1eQiuhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/RvYWEyeDr8JDVZIFHilunAFLRoN1eQiu/O0cEsGv5RdudyPNn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8In part 1 of a two-part series, three audit pros talk about how they have advanced the use of technology in their audit departments and the resulting benefits. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=ZubGEyeDov2KTq0aEAB73H3Hk1-FRWoL" target="_blank">Click here to watch Part 2</a> of the series. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23294Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 1
As Internal Audit Evolves, So Must WeAs Internal Audit Evolves, So Must WeQ4cmMwdzqy7NY_v8O1OlukE1GTB0k-Fthttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/Q4cmMwdzqy7NY_v8O1OlukE1GTB0k-Ft/AZ2ZgMjz0LFGHCPn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Yesteryear’s internal audit was all about financial control. Yesterday’s was about Sarbanes-Oxley. How would you define today’s internal audit mixture? Those two categories still rank high on the list, but where have you had the most effect? And where would you like to see your ability to add value lead your internal audit function?https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23576As Internal Audit Evolves, So Must We
Internal Audit: Maximize the Big Data RevolutionInternal Audit: Maximize the Big Data RevolutionxrYmV4dDqW1SAchL5ocoK6-9JWwdDm0Lhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/xrYmV4dDqW1SAchL5ocoK6-9JWwdDm0L/O0cEsGv5RdudyPNn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Big data is such a big topic, it’s taken two installments on AuditChannel to cover it. Ankush Agarwal continues to offer his insights into how internal audit departments can take advantage of today’s plentiful tech resources to make us more valuable to our stakeholders.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23636Internal Audit: Maximize the Big Data Revolution
Now Is the Time to Get Into the Analytics GameNow Is the Time to Get Into the Analytics GameNhbTJzdDrLUF5VmKFOc0SjLZm_1tQw4Dhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/NhbTJzdDrLUF5VmKFOc0SjLZm_1tQw4D/QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Technology has never been so affordable or accessible so if you haven’t jumped into the deep end yet, now’s the time … it’s the Big Data Revolution. Ankush Agarwal of Exelon Corporation gives hints, tips, and tricks on the versatility and usefulness of building and deploying analytics to support internal audit and financial controls.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23649Now Is the Time to Get Into the Analytics Game
Journey to a World-class Internal Audit FunctionJourney to a World-class Internal Audit Function9rb292czr_Epqf_aXTgWA8Aqbkx00dXthttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/9rb292czr_Epqf_aXTgWA8Aqbkx00dXt/Vx8lr-LI9TPdNKgn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Recent studies allude to internal audit departments not living up to stakeholders’ expectations. If your internal audit department is in need of a transformation to add the value (or show how you’ve been adding it) and provide the satisfaction your stakeholders seek, listen to Trak Patel’s step-by-step advice to get your function back on track to fulfilling its mission.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23695Journey to a World-class Internal Audit Function
Serve Multiple Masters With Information GovernanceServe Multiple Masters With Information GovernanceNiOWw0czrVtfeh45E7qn0TXTZvus-7-Ehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/NiOWw0czrVtfeh45E7qn0TXTZvus-7-E/YUAndpMCbXk_9hvX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Information…it’s abundant, it’s everywhere, it’s on different platforms. It’s out of control. Even if each business unit has its own plan to manage it, you still have a problem. Who or what oversees those individual silos to ensure when there’s a need for information to come together, there’s a way to make that happen? Enter Information Governance.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23716Serve Multiple Masters With Information Governance
Internal Auditors: “We’re the Good Folks!”Internal Auditors: “We’re the Good Folks!”9hOGw0czrFQOGw0b6PBt4LOKwJcTtD1Ehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/9hOGw0czrFQOGw0b6PBt4LOKwJcTtD1E/PE3O6Z9ojHeNSk7H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8It’s Larry Harrington’s mission to dispel the notion that internal auditors are boring people. “It’s not true!” he exclaims. Larry’s enthusiasm for internal auditing and those who practice it is infectious. In rapid-fire succession, Larry portrays all the positive things internal auditors can do for our coworkers and our organizations.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23717Internal Auditors: “We’re the Good Folks!”
Key Success Drivers for the Audit ExecutiveKey Success Drivers for the Audit ExecutivetuaG1tcjpmbWYbT8qGtCjAdiEmQ1oZMehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/tuaG1tcjpmbWYbT8qGtCjAdiEmQ1oZMe/rQqFhpGihXXoLKSn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Jim Risbon, Director of Internal Controls, provides tips to succeed in the internal audit industry. Risbon believes he has held a successful career by making it his business to learn the business. New internal audit staff should take the time to understand the organization they are auditing. Auditors who understand the business are highly valued by managers for the insights they provide. Learn what you can do to make value added recommendations to help your organization manage risk and suggest ideas for improving efficiency of operations. Be a Sponge!https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23741Key Success Drivers for the Audit Executive
5 Key Principles to Running Audit as a Business5 Key Principles to Running Audit as a BusinesstwZm1tcjp2DyilsvSyN30Mz9GOYE4RYyhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/twZm1tcjp2DyilsvSyN30Mz9GOYE4RYy/QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Vincent Pinelli, director and chief administration officer for the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, UFJ, discusses the importance of running audit like a business.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=237425 Key Principles to Running Audit as a Business
Auditors Need to See What's Around the CornerAuditors Need to See What's Around the CornerFqYmRmcjoEutWehbYqAfksbv8FxlrS_yhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/FqYmRmcjoEutWehbYqAfksbv8FxlrS_y/MGngRNnbuHoiqTJH4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Get your new issue of Internal Auditor magazine yet? Larry Harrington gives you a glimpse of the top stories covered and what he believes is in store for 2015: IT security and cybersecurity issues; risk management and strategy, emerging risks, and more.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23756Auditors Need to See What's Around the Corner
Volunteering: You Get Out What You Put InVolunteering: You Get Out What You Put In1vc2JmcjqYNZ98mAcXbhA56cKXUmTpDShttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/1vc2JmcjqYNZ98mAcXbhA56cKXUmTpDS/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8In less than 2 minutes, Derrick Li hits all the highlights of what you’ll get when you volunteer with The IIA: leadership and travel opportunities, networking, relationship building, the chance to share the exciting world of internal audit to students, and more.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23757Volunteering: You Get Out What You Put In
Highlights of a 4-Decade Hitch in Internal AuditHighlights of a 4-Decade Hitch in Internal AuditYxaGlwcToJ3SBMdEr0-v82UylwbbdqiWhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/YxaGlwcToJ3SBMdEr0-v82UylwbbdqiW/Ut_HKthATH4eww8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8During a recent visit to Washington D.C., IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers was invited to discuss his book, “Lessons Learned on the Audit Trail,” with C-SPAN and the presentation aired in October on C-SPAN2’s “BookTV” program. Chambers talked about his nearly 40-year career as an auditor for both business and the government, including his work with the Tennessee Valley Authority, the U.S. Postal Service, and the U.S. Army.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23793Highlights of a 4-Decade Hitch in Internal Audit
The Unintended Consequences of VolunteeringThe Unintended Consequences of VolunteeringVseTV1cDqpVudfMSpmHVgjfHqqgbpJn7https://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/VseTV1cDqpVudfMSpmHVgjfHqqgbpJn7/O0cEsGv5RdudyPNn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8She volunteered to serve her local chapter; she became a committee of one. Then she attended The IIA’s Leadership Retreat in April. What could have been a daunting experience turned out to be a great opportunity for Lindsay Raymond.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23886The Unintended Consequences of Volunteering

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Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 2Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 2FtNmhhOTE6ylxa-ztK7HtVZlQLVoU1tZhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/FtNmhhOTE6ylxa-ztK7HtVZlQLVoU1tZ/XzOTlMlQSGUnbGTX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Auditing ethics and culture are hot buzz words today, but where do you start? Sally-Anne Pitt and Scott Page give some tips on the inclusion of ethics and culture in audits and how to get objective input. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=h0eXFwODE6jeo7Mmw63jM6-SbbP3HUne">Click here to watch part 1.</a>https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22946Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 2
Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 1Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 1h0eXFwODE6jeo7Mmw63jM6-SbbP3HUnehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/h0eXFwODE6jeo7Mmw63jM6-SbbP3HUne/eWNh-8akTAF2kj8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Scott Page, Director of Internal Audit at the Wajax Corporation, and Sally-Anne Pitt, Managing Partner at Pitt Group, discuss the importance of ethics and how it relates to an auditor's role and responsibility. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=FtNmhhOTE6ylxa-ztK7HtVZlQLVoU1tZ">Click here to watch part 2.</a>https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22954Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 1
Implementing the Communication Solution for Your Audit DepartmentImplementing the Communication Solution for Your Audit DepartmentN1bzdsODE6HK4d5WzFmPc_NdLoZaQkSlhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/N1bzdsODE6HK4d5WzFmPc_NdLoZaQkSl/DLOokYc8UKM-fB9H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Audit consultant Robert Mainardi discusses the essential ability to communicate, not only with the audit client but within the audit team itself. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22960Implementing the Communication Solution for Your Audit Department
Audit Executive Center Preview on Cyber ResilienceAudit Executive Center Preview on Cyber ResilienceU4NXhuNzE65ecZehY18BkB8fXNvTcx1thttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/U4NXhuNzE65ecZehY18BkB8fXNvTcx1t/PE3O6Z9ojHeNSk7H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Inspector General Theresa Grafenstine spoke at The Audit Executive Center’s Executive Exchange at The IIA's General Audit Management Conference in 2016 about phishing, advanced persistent threats, and how to communicate with audit committees to get their attention on these crucial topics. She’s fired up on auditors’ ability to get into cybersecurity and cyber resilience. <a href="https://na.theiia.org/training/conferences/GAM/Pages/GAM-Conference.aspx" target="_blank">Click here to learn more about The IIA's General Audit Management Conference.</a> <a href="https://na.theiia.org/services/cae-resources/AEC/top-resources/Pages/AEC-Member-Resources.aspx" target="_blank"> Visit www.theiia.org/AEC Resources to learn more about the Audit Executive Center.</a>https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22973Audit Executive Center Preview on Cyber Resilience
All New Audit ChannelAll New Audit ChannelY5YnBnMzE6KVTihE8S0uFd6Z6UkBT6RFhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/Y5YnBnMzE6KVTihE8S0uFd6Z6UkBT6RF/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Broaden Your View with The IIA's all new Audit Channel. Seven channels and ten topics of videos based on The IIA"s taxonomy. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23131All New Audit Channel
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Internal Auditor Magazine: Timely. Helpful. Indispensable.Internal Auditor Magazine: Timely. Helpful. Indispensable.4yNWlkMDE6_CR2_JtRjuTNaaUbR2hx5uhttp://ak.c.ooyala.com/4yNWlkMDE6_CR2_JtRjuTNaaUbR2hx5u/promo279990196Learn why Internal Auditor magazine is the indispensable resource for internal auditors and the world's most important source of information about the profession. Every other month, you'll find relevant, timely information that you won't read anywhere else. Sharpen your focus at InternalAuditor.org.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23217Internal Auditor Magazine: Timely. Helpful. Indispensable.
What Boards Want & Need From Internal AuditingWhat Boards Want & Need From Internal Auditingt1bG93eTor4UFmbWuvUH4xAy2N9iHfwqhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/t1bG93eTor4UFmbWuvUH4xAy2N9iHfwq/AZ2ZgMjz0LFGHCPn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Sir Win Bischoff is the chair of the Financial Reporting Council, the United Kingdom’s independent regulator responsible for promoting high-quality corporate governance and reporting to foster investment. In this video from the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors, he answers questions about the value of internal audit to the board, the board’s role in establishing an effective culture, and much more.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23233What Boards Want & Need From Internal Auditing
Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 2Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 2ZubGEyeDov2KTq0aEAB73H3Hk1-FRWoLhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/ZubGEyeDov2KTq0aEAB73H3Hk1-FRWoL/E-HI8y-Omg85H4KX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8In part 2 of this two-part series, three audit pros continue talking about overcoming the challenges that come with their efforts to build their technology usage and making the most of the benefits. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=RvYWEyeDr8JDVZIFHilunAFLRoN1eQiu" target="_blank">Click here to watch Part 1</a> of the series. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23293Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 2
Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 1Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 1RvYWEyeDr8JDVZIFHilunAFLRoN1eQiuhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/RvYWEyeDr8JDVZIFHilunAFLRoN1eQiu/O0cEsGv5RdudyPNn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8In part 1 of a two-part series, three audit pros talk about how they have advanced the use of technology in their audit departments and the resulting benefits. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=ZubGEyeDov2KTq0aEAB73H3Hk1-FRWoL" target="_blank">Click here to watch Part 2</a> of the series. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23294Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 1
As Internal Audit Evolves, So Must WeAs Internal Audit Evolves, So Must WeQ4cmMwdzqy7NY_v8O1OlukE1GTB0k-Fthttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/Q4cmMwdzqy7NY_v8O1OlukE1GTB0k-Ft/AZ2ZgMjz0LFGHCPn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Yesteryear’s internal audit was all about financial control. Yesterday’s was about Sarbanes-Oxley. How would you define today’s internal audit mixture? Those two categories still rank high on the list, but where have you had the most effect? And where would you like to see your ability to add value lead your internal audit function?https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23576As Internal Audit Evolves, So Must We
Internal Audit: Maximize the Big Data RevolutionInternal Audit: Maximize the Big Data RevolutionxrYmV4dDqW1SAchL5ocoK6-9JWwdDm0Lhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/xrYmV4dDqW1SAchL5ocoK6-9JWwdDm0L/O0cEsGv5RdudyPNn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Big data is such a big topic, it’s taken two installments on AuditChannel to cover it. Ankush Agarwal continues to offer his insights into how internal audit departments can take advantage of today’s plentiful tech resources to make us more valuable to our stakeholders.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23636Internal Audit: Maximize the Big Data Revolution
Now Is the Time to Get Into the Analytics GameNow Is the Time to Get Into the Analytics GameNhbTJzdDrLUF5VmKFOc0SjLZm_1tQw4Dhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/NhbTJzdDrLUF5VmKFOc0SjLZm_1tQw4D/QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Technology has never been so affordable or accessible so if you haven’t jumped into the deep end yet, now’s the time … it’s the Big Data Revolution. Ankush Agarwal of Exelon Corporation gives hints, tips, and tricks on the versatility and usefulness of building and deploying analytics to support internal audit and financial controls.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23649Now Is the Time to Get Into the Analytics Game
Journey to a World-class Internal Audit FunctionJourney to a World-class Internal Audit Function9rb292czr_Epqf_aXTgWA8Aqbkx00dXthttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/9rb292czr_Epqf_aXTgWA8Aqbkx00dXt/Vx8lr-LI9TPdNKgn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Recent studies allude to internal audit departments not living up to stakeholders’ expectations. If your internal audit department is in need of a transformation to add the value (or show how you’ve been adding it) and provide the satisfaction your stakeholders seek, listen to Trak Patel’s step-by-step advice to get your function back on track to fulfilling its mission.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23695Journey to a World-class Internal Audit Function
Serve Multiple Masters With Information GovernanceServe Multiple Masters With Information GovernanceNiOWw0czrVtfeh45E7qn0TXTZvus-7-Ehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/NiOWw0czrVtfeh45E7qn0TXTZvus-7-E/YUAndpMCbXk_9hvX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Information…it’s abundant, it’s everywhere, it’s on different platforms. It’s out of control. Even if each business unit has its own plan to manage it, you still have a problem. Who or what oversees those individual silos to ensure when there’s a need for information to come together, there’s a way to make that happen? Enter Information Governance.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23716Serve Multiple Masters With Information Governance
Internal Auditors: “We’re the Good Folks!”Internal Auditors: “We’re the Good Folks!”9hOGw0czrFQOGw0b6PBt4LOKwJcTtD1Ehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/9hOGw0czrFQOGw0b6PBt4LOKwJcTtD1E/PE3O6Z9ojHeNSk7H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8It’s Larry Harrington’s mission to dispel the notion that internal auditors are boring people. “It’s not true!” he exclaims. Larry’s enthusiasm for internal auditing and those who practice it is infectious. In rapid-fire succession, Larry portrays all the positive things internal auditors can do for our coworkers and our organizations.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23717Internal Auditors: “We’re the Good Folks!”
Key Success Drivers for the Audit ExecutiveKey Success Drivers for the Audit ExecutivetuaG1tcjpmbWYbT8qGtCjAdiEmQ1oZMehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/tuaG1tcjpmbWYbT8qGtCjAdiEmQ1oZMe/rQqFhpGihXXoLKSn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Jim Risbon, Director of Internal Controls, provides tips to succeed in the internal audit industry. Risbon believes he has held a successful career by making it his business to learn the business. New internal audit staff should take the time to understand the organization they are auditing. Auditors who understand the business are highly valued by managers for the insights they provide. Learn what you can do to make value added recommendations to help your organization manage risk and suggest ideas for improving efficiency of operations. Be a Sponge!https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23741Key Success Drivers for the Audit Executive
5 Key Principles to Running Audit as a Business5 Key Principles to Running Audit as a BusinesstwZm1tcjp2DyilsvSyN30Mz9GOYE4RYyhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/twZm1tcjp2DyilsvSyN30Mz9GOYE4RYy/QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Vincent Pinelli, director and chief administration officer for the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, UFJ, discusses the importance of running audit like a business.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=237425 Key Principles to Running Audit as a Business
Auditors Need to See What's Around the CornerAuditors Need to See What's Around the CornerFqYmRmcjoEutWehbYqAfksbv8FxlrS_yhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/FqYmRmcjoEutWehbYqAfksbv8FxlrS_y/MGngRNnbuHoiqTJH4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Get your new issue of Internal Auditor magazine yet? Larry Harrington gives you a glimpse of the top stories covered and what he believes is in store for 2015: IT security and cybersecurity issues; risk management and strategy, emerging risks, and more.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23756Auditors Need to See What's Around the Corner
Volunteering: You Get Out What You Put InVolunteering: You Get Out What You Put In1vc2JmcjqYNZ98mAcXbhA56cKXUmTpDShttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/1vc2JmcjqYNZ98mAcXbhA56cKXUmTpDS/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8In less than 2 minutes, Derrick Li hits all the highlights of what you’ll get when you volunteer with The IIA: leadership and travel opportunities, networking, relationship building, the chance to share the exciting world of internal audit to students, and more.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23757Volunteering: You Get Out What You Put In
Highlights of a 4-Decade Hitch in Internal AuditHighlights of a 4-Decade Hitch in Internal AuditYxaGlwcToJ3SBMdEr0-v82UylwbbdqiWhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/YxaGlwcToJ3SBMdEr0-v82UylwbbdqiW/Ut_HKthATH4eww8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8During a recent visit to Washington D.C., IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers was invited to discuss his book, “Lessons Learned on the Audit Trail,” with C-SPAN and the presentation aired in October on C-SPAN2’s “BookTV” program. Chambers talked about his nearly 40-year career as an auditor for both business and the government, including his work with the Tennessee Valley Authority, the U.S. Postal Service, and the U.S. Army.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23793Highlights of a 4-Decade Hitch in Internal Audit

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Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 2Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 2FtNmhhOTE6ylxa-ztK7HtVZlQLVoU1tZhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/FtNmhhOTE6ylxa-ztK7HtVZlQLVoU1tZ/XzOTlMlQSGUnbGTX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Auditing ethics and culture are hot buzz words today, but where do you start? Sally-Anne Pitt and Scott Page give some tips on the inclusion of ethics and culture in audits and how to get objective input. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=h0eXFwODE6jeo7Mmw63jM6-SbbP3HUne">Click here to watch part 1.</a>https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22946Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 2
Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 1Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 1h0eXFwODE6jeo7Mmw63jM6-SbbP3HUnehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/h0eXFwODE6jeo7Mmw63jM6-SbbP3HUne/eWNh-8akTAF2kj8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Scott Page, Director of Internal Audit at the Wajax Corporation, and Sally-Anne Pitt, Managing Partner at Pitt Group, discuss the importance of ethics and how it relates to an auditor's role and responsibility. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=FtNmhhOTE6ylxa-ztK7HtVZlQLVoU1tZ">Click here to watch part 2.</a>https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22954Professional Responsibility and Ethics Part 1
Implementing the Communication Solution for Your Audit DepartmentImplementing the Communication Solution for Your Audit DepartmentN1bzdsODE6HK4d5WzFmPc_NdLoZaQkSlhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/N1bzdsODE6HK4d5WzFmPc_NdLoZaQkSl/DLOokYc8UKM-fB9H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Audit consultant Robert Mainardi discusses the essential ability to communicate, not only with the audit client but within the audit team itself. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22960Implementing the Communication Solution for Your Audit Department
Audit Executive Center Preview on Cyber ResilienceAudit Executive Center Preview on Cyber ResilienceU4NXhuNzE65ecZehY18BkB8fXNvTcx1thttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/U4NXhuNzE65ecZehY18BkB8fXNvTcx1t/PE3O6Z9ojHeNSk7H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Inspector General Theresa Grafenstine spoke at The Audit Executive Center’s Executive Exchange at The IIA's General Audit Management Conference in 2016 about phishing, advanced persistent threats, and how to communicate with audit committees to get their attention on these crucial topics. She’s fired up on auditors’ ability to get into cybersecurity and cyber resilience. <a href="https://na.theiia.org/training/conferences/GAM/Pages/GAM-Conference.aspx" target="_blank">Click here to learn more about The IIA's General Audit Management Conference.</a> <a href="https://na.theiia.org/services/cae-resources/AEC/top-resources/Pages/AEC-Member-Resources.aspx" target="_blank"> Visit www.theiia.org/AEC Resources to learn more about the Audit Executive Center.</a>https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=22973Audit Executive Center Preview on Cyber Resilience
All New Audit ChannelAll New Audit ChannelY5YnBnMzE6KVTihE8S0uFd6Z6UkBT6RFhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/Y5YnBnMzE6KVTihE8S0uFd6Z6UkBT6RF/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Broaden Your View with The IIA's all new Audit Channel. Seven channels and ten topics of videos based on The IIA"s taxonomy. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23131All New Audit Channel
My IIA – Manage Your ExperienceMy IIA – Manage Your ExperienceBmaWR1MDE6LTsWVWGgJKWchugHaQUrLRhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/BmaWR1MDE6LTsWVWGgJKWchugHaQUrLR/QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8The IIA is pleased to introduce My IIA Portal, an online tool where you can manage and customize your membership experience. You can update your profile, manage your communication preferences, review your activity with The IIA, and read the latest association news.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23196My IIA – Manage Your Experience
Internal Auditor Magazine: Timely. Helpful. Indispensable.Internal Auditor Magazine: Timely. Helpful. Indispensable.4yNWlkMDE6_CR2_JtRjuTNaaUbR2hx5uhttp://ak.c.ooyala.com/4yNWlkMDE6_CR2_JtRjuTNaaUbR2hx5u/promo279990196Learn why Internal Auditor magazine is the indispensable resource for internal auditors and the world's most important source of information about the profession. Every other month, you'll find relevant, timely information that you won't read anywhere else. Sharpen your focus at InternalAuditor.org.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23217Internal Auditor Magazine: Timely. Helpful. Indispensable.
What Boards Want & Need From Internal AuditingWhat Boards Want & Need From Internal Auditingt1bG93eTor4UFmbWuvUH4xAy2N9iHfwqhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/t1bG93eTor4UFmbWuvUH4xAy2N9iHfwq/AZ2ZgMjz0LFGHCPn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Sir Win Bischoff is the chair of the Financial Reporting Council, the United Kingdom’s independent regulator responsible for promoting high-quality corporate governance and reporting to foster investment. In this video from the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors, he answers questions about the value of internal audit to the board, the board’s role in establishing an effective culture, and much more.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23233What Boards Want & Need From Internal Auditing
Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 2Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 2ZubGEyeDov2KTq0aEAB73H3Hk1-FRWoLhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/ZubGEyeDov2KTq0aEAB73H3Hk1-FRWoL/E-HI8y-Omg85H4KX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8In part 2 of this two-part series, three audit pros continue talking about overcoming the challenges that come with their efforts to build their technology usage and making the most of the benefits. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=RvYWEyeDr8JDVZIFHilunAFLRoN1eQiu" target="_blank">Click here to watch Part 1</a> of the series. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23293Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 2
Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 1Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 1RvYWEyeDr8JDVZIFHilunAFLRoN1eQiuhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/RvYWEyeDr8JDVZIFHilunAFLRoN1eQiu/O0cEsGv5RdudyPNn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8In part 1 of a two-part series, three audit pros talk about how they have advanced the use of technology in their audit departments and the resulting benefits. <a href="https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Pages/video.aspx?v=ZubGEyeDov2KTq0aEAB73H3Hk1-FRWoL" target="_blank">Click here to watch Part 2</a> of the series. https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23294Advancing Internal Audit’s Use of Technology, Pt 1
As Internal Audit Evolves, So Must WeAs Internal Audit Evolves, So Must WeQ4cmMwdzqy7NY_v8O1OlukE1GTB0k-Fthttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/Q4cmMwdzqy7NY_v8O1OlukE1GTB0k-Ft/AZ2ZgMjz0LFGHCPn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Yesteryear’s internal audit was all about financial control. Yesterday’s was about Sarbanes-Oxley. How would you define today’s internal audit mixture? Those two categories still rank high on the list, but where have you had the most effect? And where would you like to see your ability to add value lead your internal audit function?https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23576As Internal Audit Evolves, So Must We
Internal Audit: Maximize the Big Data RevolutionInternal Audit: Maximize the Big Data RevolutionxrYmV4dDqW1SAchL5ocoK6-9JWwdDm0Lhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/xrYmV4dDqW1SAchL5ocoK6-9JWwdDm0L/O0cEsGv5RdudyPNn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Big data is such a big topic, it’s taken two installments on AuditChannel to cover it. Ankush Agarwal continues to offer his insights into how internal audit departments can take advantage of today’s plentiful tech resources to make us more valuable to our stakeholders.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23636Internal Audit: Maximize the Big Data Revolution
Now Is the Time to Get Into the Analytics GameNow Is the Time to Get Into the Analytics GameNhbTJzdDrLUF5VmKFOc0SjLZm_1tQw4Dhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/NhbTJzdDrLUF5VmKFOc0SjLZm_1tQw4D/QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Technology has never been so affordable or accessible so if you haven’t jumped into the deep end yet, now’s the time … it’s the Big Data Revolution. Ankush Agarwal of Exelon Corporation gives hints, tips, and tricks on the versatility and usefulness of building and deploying analytics to support internal audit and financial controls.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23649Now Is the Time to Get Into the Analytics Game
Journey to a World-class Internal Audit FunctionJourney to a World-class Internal Audit Function9rb292czr_Epqf_aXTgWA8Aqbkx00dXthttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/9rb292czr_Epqf_aXTgWA8Aqbkx00dXt/Vx8lr-LI9TPdNKgn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Recent studies allude to internal audit departments not living up to stakeholders’ expectations. If your internal audit department is in need of a transformation to add the value (or show how you’ve been adding it) and provide the satisfaction your stakeholders seek, listen to Trak Patel’s step-by-step advice to get your function back on track to fulfilling its mission.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23695Journey to a World-class Internal Audit Function
Serve Multiple Masters With Information GovernanceServe Multiple Masters With Information GovernanceNiOWw0czrVtfeh45E7qn0TXTZvus-7-Ehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/NiOWw0czrVtfeh45E7qn0TXTZvus-7-E/YUAndpMCbXk_9hvX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Information…it’s abundant, it’s everywhere, it’s on different platforms. It’s out of control. Even if each business unit has its own plan to manage it, you still have a problem. Who or what oversees those individual silos to ensure when there’s a need for information to come together, there’s a way to make that happen? Enter Information Governance.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23716Serve Multiple Masters With Information Governance
Internal Auditors: “We’re the Good Folks!”Internal Auditors: “We’re the Good Folks!”9hOGw0czrFQOGw0b6PBt4LOKwJcTtD1Ehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/9hOGw0czrFQOGw0b6PBt4LOKwJcTtD1E/PE3O6Z9ojHeNSk7H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8It’s Larry Harrington’s mission to dispel the notion that internal auditors are boring people. “It’s not true!” he exclaims. Larry’s enthusiasm for internal auditing and those who practice it is infectious. In rapid-fire succession, Larry portrays all the positive things internal auditors can do for our coworkers and our organizations.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23717Internal Auditors: “We’re the Good Folks!”
Key Success Drivers for the Audit ExecutiveKey Success Drivers for the Audit ExecutivetuaG1tcjpmbWYbT8qGtCjAdiEmQ1oZMehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/tuaG1tcjpmbWYbT8qGtCjAdiEmQ1oZMe/rQqFhpGihXXoLKSn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Jim Risbon, Director of Internal Controls, provides tips to succeed in the internal audit industry. Risbon believes he has held a successful career by making it his business to learn the business. New internal audit staff should take the time to understand the organization they are auditing. Auditors who understand the business are highly valued by managers for the insights they provide. Learn what you can do to make value added recommendations to help your organization manage risk and suggest ideas for improving efficiency of operations. Be a Sponge!https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23741Key Success Drivers for the Audit Executive
5 Key Principles to Running Audit as a Business5 Key Principles to Running Audit as a BusinesstwZm1tcjp2DyilsvSyN30Mz9GOYE4RYyhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/twZm1tcjp2DyilsvSyN30Mz9GOYE4RYy/QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Vincent Pinelli, director and chief administration officer for the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, UFJ, discusses the importance of running audit like a business.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=237425 Key Principles to Running Audit as a Business
Auditors Need to See What's Around the CornerAuditors Need to See What's Around the CornerFqYmRmcjoEutWehbYqAfksbv8FxlrS_yhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/FqYmRmcjoEutWehbYqAfksbv8FxlrS_y/MGngRNnbuHoiqTJH4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Get your new issue of Internal Auditor magazine yet? Larry Harrington gives you a glimpse of the top stories covered and what he believes is in store for 2015: IT security and cybersecurity issues; risk management and strategy, emerging risks, and more.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23756Auditors Need to See What's Around the Corner
Volunteering: You Get Out What You Put InVolunteering: You Get Out What You Put In1vc2JmcjqYNZ98mAcXbhA56cKXUmTpDShttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/1vc2JmcjqYNZ98mAcXbhA56cKXUmTpDS/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8In less than 2 minutes, Derrick Li hits all the highlights of what you’ll get when you volunteer with The IIA: leadership and travel opportunities, networking, relationship building, the chance to share the exciting world of internal audit to students, and more.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23757Volunteering: You Get Out What You Put In
Highlights of a 4-Decade Hitch in Internal AuditHighlights of a 4-Decade Hitch in Internal AuditYxaGlwcToJ3SBMdEr0-v82UylwbbdqiWhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/YxaGlwcToJ3SBMdEr0-v82UylwbbdqiW/Ut_HKthATH4eww8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8During a recent visit to Washington D.C., IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers was invited to discuss his book, “Lessons Learned on the Audit Trail,” with C-SPAN and the presentation aired in October on C-SPAN2’s “BookTV” program. Chambers talked about his nearly 40-year career as an auditor for both business and the government, including his work with the Tennessee Valley Authority, the U.S. Postal Service, and the U.S. Army.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23793Highlights of a 4-Decade Hitch in Internal Audit
The Unintended Consequences of VolunteeringThe Unintended Consequences of VolunteeringVseTV1cDqpVudfMSpmHVgjfHqqgbpJn7https://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/VseTV1cDqpVudfMSpmHVgjfHqqgbpJn7/O0cEsGv5RdudyPNn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8She volunteered to serve her local chapter; she became a committee of one. Then she attended The IIA’s Leadership Retreat in April. What could have been a daunting experience turned out to be a great opportunity for Lindsay Raymond.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23886The Unintended Consequences of Volunteering
Volunteer: Strengthen Your Leadership SkillsVolunteer: Strengthen Your Leadership SkillsdtdXI2cDqfsM87EKIuFlBq0Q4M6rXKjAhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/dtdXI2cDqfsM87EKIuFlBq0Q4M6rXKjA/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Any volunteer will tell you, the benefits of service are well worth the time and effort. And it’s fun! Sheila Smigarowski says “For me…what has been most exciting about being a volunteer is that you get to do things that you might not get to do in your daily job.”https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23901Volunteer: Strengthen Your Leadership Skills
COSO: Helpful Hints on ImplementationCOSO: Helpful Hints on Implementationtxc3I2cDoiDUjCgDQaV_OUHJ5sZInelUhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/txc3I2cDoiDUjCgDQaV_OUHJ5sZInelU/PE3O6Z9ojHeNSk7H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Yulia Gurman and Diane Crompton offer tips and strategies for successful implementation of the COSO 2013 Framework.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23903COSO: Helpful Hints on Implementation
Celebrating International Internal Audit Awareness MonthCelebrating International Internal Audit Awareness MonthwwdG9ybzp3m6IuV-fYk-ldaln2v0Fa8rhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/wwdG9ybzp3m6IuV-fYk-ldaln2v0Fa8r/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Thousands participated in the worldwide celebration of International Internal Audit Awareness Month last May. This video shows some of the creative ways IIA members promoted the profession — and explains why what they did is so important.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23925Celebrating International Internal Audit Awareness Month
Give & Take: IIA Volunteering at the Local LevelGive & Take: IIA Volunteering at the Local Levelk1OGxxbjrSharcepFyRDDEIwWBZL1Q2nhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/k1OGxxbjrSharcepFyRDDEIwWBZL1Q2n/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8An astute manager encouraged Cindy Kailly-Smith’s foray into internal auditing and “flash forward five years, I’m the president of the Vancouver chapter.” Hear Cindy’s story and what she’s gained through giving her time to volunteering.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23949Give & Take: IIA Volunteering at the Local Level
Data Analytics: No Reason to Reinvent the WheelData Analytics: No Reason to Reinvent the Wheelw3N2pkbjoXROlBaf_DYAFBUIQtf8EJ5Rhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/w3N2pkbjoXROlBaf_DYAFBUIQtf8EJ5R/E-HI8y-Omg85H4KX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Small audit departments may not be able to afford all the bells and whistles that come with special software packages. But Marcus French suggests that you might have perfectly capable tools at your disposal already, if you just learn to look at them differently.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23954Data Analytics: No Reason to Reinvent the Wheel
The Power and Effect of a Well-Executed AuditThe Power and Effect of a Well-Executed Audit4xbmpzdzrOuK8-iuQmtLy9QFbn3G947ehttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/4xbmpzdzrOuK8-iuQmtLy9QFbn3G947e/MGngRNnbuHoiqTJH4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Rachel Snell shares what went into a major audit conducted more than five years ago that still has people talking.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23460The Power and Effect of a Well-Executed Audit
Your Audit Communications goal: No surprisesYour Audit Communications goal: No surprisesl1bWpzdzqtmkXrrsIEI20oa1yHSJ8vB1https://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/l1bWpzdzqtmkXrrsIEI20oa1yHSJ8vB1/DLOokYc8UKM-fB9H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Michael Michalowicz, senior internal audit manager, offers his thoughts on communicating throughout the process with audit clients, including closing with "how can I do better next time?" He stresses that final reports should have no surprises, and that part of the value-add internal audit can bring is sharing opportunities that can be addressed during the audit process.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23461Your Audit Communications goal: No surprises
Building Rapport With the Audit CustomerBuilding Rapport With the Audit CustomerUwamtzdzq7sqIwWWTFuI_4NlBjIl2Z7nhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/Uwamtzdzq7sqIwWWTFuI_4NlBjIl2Z7n/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Keith Johnson discusses how establishing a rapport with audit customers based on professionalism, competency, and friendliness can help produce better audit results.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23316Building Rapport With the Audit Customer
Strategies for Small Audit DepartmentsStrategies for Small Audit DepartmentsRzaGtzdzox4mtmt7ijgcx01x3CG_3HYfhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/RzaGtzdzox4mtmt7ijgcx01x3CG_3HYf/PE3O6Z9ojHeNSk7H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Scott Newman, director of internal audit at PEMCO Mutual Insurance Co., discusses two ways small audit departments can ensure they're adding value.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23327Strategies for Small Audit Departments
3 Keys to Maximizing Internal Audit's Value3 Keys to Maximizing Internal Audit's ValuegzY2tzdzrxKFVlmTDbZOxm84bE5urqYfhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/gzY2tzdzrxKFVlmTDbZOxm84bE5urqYf/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Gary Goodall, principal, Ernst & Young, discusses how internal audit can maximize its involvement, influence, and impact to add value to the organization.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=233543 Keys to Maximizing Internal Audit's Value
The Seven Deadly Sins of Internal AuditThe Seven Deadly Sins of Internal AuditxieGpzdzqYxGjEbPqcA0msZDoxLOSPu0https://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/xieGpzdzqYxGjEbPqcA0msZDoxLOSPu0/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8At a recent IIA Conference, a group of experts shared the seven deadly sins of internal audit. Listen now!https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23409The Seven Deadly Sins of Internal Audit
The IIA Goes PinkThe IIA Goes PinkxjcWpzdzon10a3ZuTLGLTxl6RHsoMFIGhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/xjcWpzdzon10a3ZuTLGLTxl6RHsoMFIG/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8This unique view of IIA headquarters staff shows their passion for supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Monthhttps://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23443The IIA Goes Pink
Organizations That Thrive On ChangeOrganizations That Thrive On ChangeNvb2pzdzrX2OREKuHwfDP539kUXkszPmhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/Nvb2pzdzrX2OREKuHwfDP539kUXkszPm/3Gduepif0T1UGY8H4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Cisco CAE Tom Austin and Google CAE Lisa Lee discuss how internal audit works in fast-changing companies. They say internal audit must be focused on risks and work closely with business units to help achieve business objectives. Austin and Lee are featured in Ia Magazine's June cover story, "Auditing at the Speed of Change."https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23451Organizations That Thrive On Change
A Shift From Models to Active Management of RiskA Shift From Models to Active Management of Riskh4bmpzdzohnr9yl8YW8W44otkgzK-QfMhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/h4bmpzdzohnr9yl8YW8W44otkgzK-QfM/QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Richard Anderson will present Risk and Complexity in 21st Century Organizations at The IIA's 2014 International Conference on Monday, July 7, at 4:40 p.m. (local time). Anderson says we need to move away from an emphasis on models to the active management of risk and the creation of value for our organizations. He also discusses trends and three big issues he sees in internal audit functions' foreseeable future.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23454A Shift From Models to Active Management of Risk
Starting a Data Analytics TeamStarting a Data Analytics Teams5ampzdzrQ7bv9erSaks6-e57JuQvZdDhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/s5ampzdzrQ7bv9erSaks6-e57JuQvZdD/QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Data analytics is important to a successful internal audit. Sahil Bhalla discusses how to start a data analytics program in your division. Bhalla provides three steps to getting started. Obtain buy-in, invest in dedicated resources and technology, and show small wins. Some data analytics tools include SAS, ACL, IDEA, and Access.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23478Starting a Data Analytics Team
Hiring InternsHiring InternsUxampzdzoNKkyx8wbrr3Kl5kd6ZtY-gYhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/UxampzdzoNKkyx8wbrr3Kl5kd6ZtY-gY/YUAndpMCbXk_9hvX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8In this video, John Byrd, discusses the benefits of hiring interns. Interns are inexpensive and eager to learn. Providing orientations and information on what to do as a first year auditor helps to get an intern up and running rather quickly. Byrd discusses the process for hiring interns and what you can expect from hours to level of ability.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23479Hiring Interns
Building Relationships With ClientsBuilding Relationships With Clients9waGpzdzp7r0NROQioi6cRm724azMXRGhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/9waGpzdzp7r0NROQioi6cRm724azMXRG/AZ2ZgMjz0LFGHCPn4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Building relationships with clients takes time, says IIA All Star Conference Keynote Speaker Karen McCullough. Internal auditors should start by earning the client's respect.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23484Building Relationships With Clients
Case Study: Ignored Red Flags Enable a Vendor FraudCase Study: Ignored Red Flags Enable a Vendor FrauddramtzdzqGdLd-YtfsC72GtTgYEVSKtvhttps://secure-cf-c.ooyala.com/dramtzdzqGdLd-YtfsC72GtTgYEVSKtv/5SPjETdNCPS-ZANX4xMDoxOjBrO-I4W8Lynn Fountain, president of Fountain GRC, presents a case study in which a company fails to investigate a whistleblower's complaint of a vendor fraud for two years.https://www.theiia.org/sites/auditchannel/Lists/AuditChannelVideos/DispForm.aspx?ID=23310Case Study: Ignored Red Flags Enable a Vendor Fraud