Internal Audit Offices are reopening, but things may never be the same.
As the vaccination rate increases and the rate of COVID-19 cases steadily decreases, more and more companies are planning to return their employees to the office.
Even so, the work promises to look different than it used to be, before many started working from their dining tables and basements. Perhaps nowhere is this more true than in internal auditing functions.
Many internal audit leaders have come across practices and processes born of necessity that are likely to long survive the pandemic.
Which practices will be continued in the long term and which processes will take place again as usual, can be read in this article by Internal Audit 360°.