Chambers on Internal Audit

January 24, 2021

Using the New Global Risks Report to Be Risk Beacons in Our Organizations

Given the global mission of The IIA, I frequently share global studies that should be of interest to internal auditors around the world. These reports come […]
January 19, 2021

Are Boards Negligent When Internal Audit Heads Are Hired and Fired?

Great internal audit functions are noted for their organizational independence, and the professional men and women who lead them are noted for their objectivity. It’s for […]
January 13, 2021

From the Epicenter of Corporate Governance, Internal Auditors See Modest Improvement

​A great deal has been written about the impacts of COVID-19 from every imaginable angle, from workplace culture, talent management, and evolving business models, to changing […]
January 10, 2021

What the World Economic Forum’s “Future of Jobs” Report Means for Internal Audit

​Last October, in the shadow of U.S. elections and the ongoing tsunami of the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Economic Forum (WEF) released the third edition of […]
January 3, 2021

​5 Internal Audit Resolutions for 2021

​My annual blog post offering resolutions for the coming year takes on added significance now that we’ve emerged from a year fraught with emerging risks, disruptions, […]
December 27, 2020

Top Headlines That Defined Internal Audit in 2020

In a year defined by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is hard to imagine much else of significance cracking my annual blog post on the biggest internal […]
December 20, 2020

10 Internal Audit Thought Leaders of 2020

This time last year, I shared my personal views on the “10 Internal Audit Thought Leaders of the Decade.” I honestly wasn’t prepared for the tremendous […]
December 13, 2020

What My 10 Most-read Blog Posts of 2020 Say About Internal Auditors

This year, my weekly blog has received more than 300,000 views from internal auditors and other professionals from around the world. Each year since 2016, I have dedicated […]
November 22, 2020

The Talent Disruption Risk Looming in 2021

As internal auditors put the finishing touches on their risk assessments before preparing their 2021 audit plans, there is one risk that should not be overlooked: […]
November 15, 2020

​Is GE’s Rotational Audit Announcement Good News or Bad?

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that General Electric (GE), in an effort to streamline operations, is eliminating its Corporate Audit Staff (CAS) program, a “rigorous multiyear rotation through […]