|New Year Presents Opportunity for Gaining New Perspectives |
Internal auditing is constantly evolving, bringing with it new challenges, as well as established issues requiring examination from a new perspective. To support practitioners, The IIA Research Foundation has established 2012 priority research topics and invites researchers to submit proposals on:
Additionally, The IIARF is leveraging the power of the 2010 Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) by simultaneously releasing three CBOK-related RFPs:
- Effective Use of Technology – examples, barriers, and reporting implications
- Ethical Behavior Auditing – defining unethical behavior and identifying reliable indicators
- Fraud – anticipating and preparing for what is coming next
- Internal Audit Communications – communicating results, providing insights, and leveraging emerging trends
- Responding to Significant Risk Events – internal audit’s role throughout the process
- Internal Audit and Strategic Direction – how internal audit adds value as it relates to the organization’s strategic direction
Review proposal guidelines and submit your proposal by March 12, 2012.
- Internal Audit Around the World: A Perspective on Global Regions
- IT and Internal Audit
- IA: Quality Assurance and Improvement
Click here to download the documents.