New auditor's guide to internal auditing / Bruce R. Turner. (Text)
Institute of Internal Auditors. Research Foundation | Institute of Internal Auditors. Toronto ChapterCall no.: HF5668.25 .T87 2019Publication: Lake Mary, Fla. : Internal Audit Foundation, c2019Description: xxiv, 238 p. : illNotes: Sponsored by the Institute of Internal Auditors Toronto Chapter.ISBN: 9781634540544; 1634540549Other title: Guide to internal auditing [Portion of title] | Internal auditing [Portion of title]Subject(s): Auditing, Internal -- Handbooks, manuals, etcLOC classification: HF5668.25 | .T87 2019
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Sponsored by the Institute of Internal Auditors Toronto Chapter.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-213).
Part 1: The who of internal auditing -- Part 2: The why of internal auditing -- Part 3: The how of internal auditing -- Part 4: The when of internal auditing -- Part 5: The what of internal auditing -- Part 6: The where other information is placed.
This is a guide for new auditors that covers all the basics: from value proposition of internal audit to governance, risk, and compliance (GRC), the International Professional Practices Framework (IPPF), and how to conduct an audit. There is also guidance for experienced auditors who can reflect on what they should be doing. This book incorporates insights, stories, and tips, and has been shaped in such a way that it: Provides essential reading for new auditors navigating the auditing landscape for the first time Caters to highly skilled people from other professions, such as engineers and lawyers, through to health professionals, such as nurses Delivers team leaders with contemporary tools to assist in training new recruits Challenges veteran auditors with new ways of working to meet increasing stakeholder expectations Showcases contemporary thought leadership and research to inspire transformational leadership Links the basics of internal auditing through a series of sequenced events to the broader context Accommodates the many different pathways that people follow to move into an internal auditing role at all levels from auditors to chief audit executives (CAEs)