How Internal Auditors Transform Remote Work from a Necessity into an Opportunity to Streamline Controls and Foster Accountability - Argyle Executive Forum Events How Internal Auditors Transform Remote Work from a Necessity into an Opportunity to Streamline Controls and Foster Accountability - Argyle Executive Forum Events

OVERVIEW

As a result of having to work remotely, internal auditors are expanding their roles beyond conducting occasional tests of compliance.

In fact, internal auditors are now taking responsibility on an ongoing basis for maintaining standards of accuracy and transparency throughout their companies.

With auditability emerging as a hallmark of automation, internal auditors are employing automation so that they can devote time and resources to preventing rather than only responding to noncompliance.

During this webinar, we will discuss how internal auditors transform the necessity of working remotely into opportunities to:

  • Streamline internal controls while improving governance,
  • Collaborate effectively with finance teams to establish stewardship of processes for validating and communicating financial information, and
  • Reap the benefits of technological advances that enable internal auditors to focus less on the mechanics of compliance and more on sustaining a culture of accountability.
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Field of Study: Auditing
Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: None
Advance Preparation: None required
Delivery Method: Group Internet-based
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