August 15, 2022

Internal Auditors Must Remember: Good People Can Do Bad Things

When internal auditors think of fraudulent acts, we tend to associate them with nefarious characters who intentionally set out to do something bad. However, as I […]
August 10, 2022

You Don’t Have to Be a Clown to Audit the Circus

My friend and fellow blogger Norman Marks reminded us recently of an enduring challenge that many internal auditors face. In a blog post titled “You Can’t […]
August 7, 2022

The Big-Impact Audit: It’s About More Than Money!

In a recent blog post, I explored the reality that most internal audit departments are actually small, with a staff of five or fewer full-time auditors. […]
August 1, 2022

An Inconvenient Truth: Most Internal Audit Departments Are Small

When I first became a CAE almost 30 years ago, I inherited an internal audit department with very limited resources, especially considering the size of the […]