AUDITING THE RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
|Author||:||K.H. SPENCER PICKETT|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons, Inc.|
Internal auditing has grown tremendously over the years to reflect its new high-profile position in most larger organizations. It has shifted from back-office checking teams to become an important corporate resource. The focus on professionalism and objectivity has driven the new-look auditor toward high-impact work that can really make a difference. The key development that has underpinned this change relates to the shift from enforcing controls on employees to using an assessment of risk to empower management and their staff to establish meaningful controls over their business. This move from must-do to want-to control cultures has allowed employees more scope to innovate and experiment.
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