This two-day seminar shows auditors how to adapt proven tools and techniques for helping your audit department adapt.
This innovative, two-day session will give you tested methods and techniques for helping your audit department hold its own (and even grow) in a business environment characterized by down-sizing and reduced budgets.
You will become proficient in assessing value, thereby eliminating activities that do not add value to the department or firm, as well as learning how to encourage those activities that do.
You will devise techniques for measuring and improving the audit productivity of your department, for understanding new client relationships, and for creating strategic partnerships.
This useful and provocative program will guide you through the steps you must take in order to revise the perception of the internal auditor as a bean counter to the accurate perception of the internal auditor as a change facilitator and as an advisor regarding sound business practices.
Audit Directors, Audit Managers, CFOs and Controllers; all those interested in re-engineering the audit department for a firm or agency.
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