Upskilling Today for the Profession of Tomorrow

As various technologies converge and mature over the next few years, internal auditors must ask themselves how disruptive innovations can transform their organizations, stakeholder expectations, and the profession itself. If the work of internal auditing is to really enrich and protect, the function must be ready to adapt to new risks and the new requirements associated with them.

The Internal Audit Foundation and Charlie T. Wright, Chairman of the Global Board of Directors of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), published a joint report, which deals with how auditors can improve their skills to continue adding value in today’s technology-driven landscape.

The free report can be downloaded here.