How to Expand Internal Controls to Drive a More Successful Organization

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How to Expand Internal Controls to Drive a More Successful Organization
April 21
11:00 AM
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Join us as we share actionable tactics for planning, implementing, reviewing, and testing internal controls—to help you achieve a sound internal control system for organizational success.

Internal controls are often considered to only be the responsibility of finance and audit professionals. But if internal controls work in harmony, across an organization and the Three Lines of Defense, they can help the organization avoid legal repercussions and run more effectively and efficiently. While creating a rigorous internal control system can be challenging, it’s definitely possible.


Anil Jogani, Client Partner at Galvanize,

Learning objectives:

  • Discover how to assess the maturity level of your internal controls
  • Learn how to expand controls across the organization and Three Lines of Defense
  • Understand the ‘change risk’ challenge and the role of risk driving the design of controls
  • Learn how to create a sound internal control system and enable continuous monitoring
  • Discover how to define internal control failures and steps to minimize them

Additional Information:

Field of Study: Management Services

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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