Change is constant and todays internal auditors are being challenged by the same changes affecting all enterprises. They are assuming a more proactive role within their organizations; changing their perspectives, focus, methods, and styles to become more cost-effective; and finding new ways to add value.
Internal Auditing: A Guide for the New Auditor, 3rd Edition, prepares new internal auditors for these and other challenges by providing: An overview of the internal audit profession. Tools used by successful internal auditors. Value-added tactics that can be implemented within your organization.
An overview of The IIAs International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. The handbook offers practical information on conducting engagements, report development, internal control, risk-based auditing, control self-assessment, and much more. It will be a useful guide for new internal auditors as they enter the exciting and rewarding profession of internal auditing.