While 80% of boards believe corporate culture is a competitive advantage, only about 15% of executives are actively driving culture in their organizations. This seems like a perfect area for internal audit to add value (since there is such a big gap between board expectations and what management is doing), so why are only 28% of internal audit groups doing anything around culture?
It takes courage to appraise culture in an organization. It's also not done with the typical audit process (criteria, condition, cause, consequence, corrective action). We discuss how to identify cultural artifacts, compare company values with what is done practice, and tactics for how you can start incorporating cultural aspects into your audit projects with out offending or irritating executives.
Jason Mefford is joined by Robert Kuhling, a leader in the Deloitte Risk Advisory practice in Canada delivering internal audit, risk management, governance, and regulatory services. He was the Chief Audit Executive at three major Canadian organizations; Tervita, Viterra, and Precision Drilling. In addition, he has also held audit management positions with the Farm Credit Canada and the Provincial Auditor of Saskatchewan.
Delivery Method: Group
CPE Hours: 1.0
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