The role of Internal Audit is changing. It has to.
Stakeholders are challenging Internal Audit to up its game. Boards want better assurance. Management expects clearer insight.
How – and how quickly – can technology and automation help the Internal Audit function meet all of these demands and ultimately shift its role from “compliance police” to valued “strategic advisor”?
The experts speak.
Malte Globig, Flint Group: “Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.” (Mark Twain).
Michael O’Leary, E&Y: “Keep growing everyday as a person and professional. Always recognize opportunities to learn and expand your horizons and be open to innovation.”
Bruce Carpenter, SAP: “There are some things one can only achieve by a deliberate leap in the opposite direction.” (Franz Kafka)
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