The digital edition of Internal Auditor is a fully replicated version of the magazine, allowing you to view entire issues and flip through each page — just like the print edition. You’ll find a variety of navigation tools to browse articles, as well as bonus video content paired with select feature articles.
On The Agenda
Auditors should get up to speed now on the potential business impact of upcoming policy reforms.
The February issue features articles on business continuity, measuring internal audit’s value, the 2020 American Corporate Governance Index, and the Biden administration’s potential impact on businesses.
Biden’s Impact on Business
For internal auditors who spent 2020 helping their organizations weather the COVID-19 storm, it’s time to shift to assessing the impact of changes coming from the Biden administration and advising their organizations on what to expect. There’s going to be a lot to cover, so auditors need to get up to speed.
Building a Better Auditor: Reflections on the Path to CAE
Looking back on her journey to audit leadership, Uber CAE Dominique Vincenti cites two factors that are key to success — making sure leadership is what you really want and building a strong network to help you along the way.
A Voice for the Profession
IIA President and CEO Richard Chambers will step down at the end of March from the post he has held since January 2009. As he looks toward the next chapter in his long and storied career, Chambers offers some insights on the profession’s current state and continuing evolution.
Making the Grade
Organizations faced an unexpectedly tough year in 2020, with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, a national reckoning over racial justice, and political and economic uncertainty. As daily conversations focused on crisis management, business continuity, and organizational resilience, companies still managed to make slight improvements in governance practices, according to the 2020 American Corporate Governance Index.