Internal Auditor’s December 2021 Issue

F E A T U R ES

 22 | COVER The IIA at 80 – Several thought leaders seek to define internal auditing in a post-COVID-19 world. BY RUSSELL A. JACKSON

 29 | The New Normal of Talent – Management Internal audit faces intense competition to hire and retain practitioners with the skills needed to meet changing stakeholder expectations.
BY JAMIE BURBIDGE

 34 | Opportunities for Alignment – OnRisk 2022 identifies where gaps in risk perception lie among stakeholders and how internal audit can better respond to expectations. BY NEIL HODGE

 41 | Trusted Advisors in Times of Uncertainty  – Why soft skills are needed now more than ever. BY CÁTIA SILVA

 46 | The Group Audit Digital Factory  – A global insurance company’s audit team launches a technology laboratory to accelerate its innovation strategy. BY NORA GUERTLER, LUCA VEGHINI, AND CHIARA ZILIANI

 58 | Gauging Social Responsibility –  Internal auditors face challenges, and opportunities, in helping assess ESG and CSR reporting. BY STEVE
MAR, GABRIEL SAUCEDO, AND DENNIS APPLEGATE


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