September 26, 2016

Does the Cost of Courage Have to be Unemployment?

During a recent wide-ranging interview with a well-known editor of a global business journal, the issue of CAEs dealing with unethical corporate behavior came up. Part […]
September 19, 2016

Internal Audit as Trusted Advisor: Do Women Hold the Key?

There are few things that capture the public’s attention faster than widespread flight delays. Ask Delta Air Lines and British Airways. This summer the two venerable […]
September 12, 2016

The Extraordinary Risk of Business Continuity Interruption

There are few things that capture the public’s attention faster than widespread flight delays. Ask Delta Air Lines and British Airways. This summer the two venerable […]
September 6, 2016

Is Houston Another Place Where Oversight Goes to Die?

In a disappointing, but not surprising move, the Houston Independent School District failed to renew the contract of its chief auditor last week. Richard Patton, whose […]