Tag: The Audit Library

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John Kaneklides

Valuing Internal Audit

The Audit Library was recently engaged in an interesting consulting engagement. We reviewed and rewrote all the job descriptions for the Internal Audit department of a Credit Union with almost $1.5 billion in assets. Once we received the original job descriptions, we realized there was nothing wrong with them. However,

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Olivia Whipple

Leadership Changes Are Coming! Are You Ready?

I recently returned from a trip to Europe with my husband. We had a lovely time visiting ancient churches, viewing many of the world’s treasures, and sampling too much local cuisine. One of the traditions I observed during the London leg of our trip was the Changing of the Guard

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John Kaneklides

The Art Of Being Nosy

As a child, if something was lost in my house my mom would always ask me if I knew where it was.  No, not because I had hidden it, but because I had a peculiar ability. When I see something once, even in my periphery, I remember exactly where it

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Olivia Whipple

Auditors Know Everything, Right?!

One morning I got a call at my desk, from an employee in another department. I knew this person, but we didn’t interact often. This was someone in a mid-level operations job; not management, but experienced at the company. “Hi Olivia, where do you keep a copy of our procedure

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Olivia Whipple

Quality Assurance Reviews 101

As an Internal Auditor, you spend the majority of your time reviewing other people’s work; making sure they are following laws, policies, procedures and best practices. Then every once in a while, someone will ask “Who audits the Internal Auditors?” When I worked in public accounting, I saw auditors from other firms

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