Gaining Agility and Improving Internal Audit with a Connected View of Risk
Organizational success today depends on the ability to reliably achieve objectives while addressing uncertainty and acting with integrity. This is what we call Principled Performance.
Agility in both performance and assurance of performance is critical to business success in a world of rapid change. Responding quickly is not enough – agility that ensures the response is in the right direction is essential. An agile organization can respond quickly to changes in the internal and external environment while staying on the path of Principled Performance.
To be truly agile, the organization must be flexible, aware of relevant facts, and skilled at analyzing data. This demands an integrated technology capability and involvement of many roles and departments. Maintaining and understanding a connected view of risk that enables active management of uncertainty, while staying within the defined boundaries of conduct for the organization, provides a true competitive advantage.
When the organization has a connected view of risk, internal audit can better assess and assure outcomes meet objectives.
In this webinar, we will address the key aspects of building, operating and auditing a system of people, process and technology to support a connected view of risk that builds agility.
- Outline Advantages of a Connected Risk View to Strategic Planning and Achievement of Objectives
- Identify Benefits to Operations and Lines of Defense from Improved Internal Audit Management
- Define Workflow of Internal Audit Supported by a Connected View of Risk
- Gareth Evans, Managing Director, Enterprise Risk Management, Thomson Reuters
- Russell Stohr, Director, Market Development, Thomson Reuters
- Lisa Rawls, Principal, KPMG
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