Entries tagged: audit

Problems Shared

Lessons learnt from a challenging shared services implementation.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 26th June 2014

Audit, risk and governance training hasn’t changed for 50 years – yet the world has changed around it! It is time to embrace the concept of MOCCs to reach the “other 99%”![Read more]

Herding Cats – Managing Consultants and Contractors

What is the best way to manage the spend on consultants and contractors?[Read more]

If A Tree Falls – The Unread Report

If the report is beautifully written but no one reads it is it worse than never having written the report in the first instance?[Read more]

Outstanding – Tracking Action Items

How the Government Accountability Office tracks outstanding action items.[Read more]

European Court of Auditors Peer Review

A peer review of the operations of the European Court of Auditors.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 20th March 2014

How doing nothing is sometimes the best value you can add. The role of risk and audit in a catastrophe.[Read more]

Media Comment: The Need for Auditor Rotation

McLeod Governance was quoted in the Melbourne Age and the Sydney Morning Herald on 18th March 2014 about the need for the rotation of auditors.[Read more]

What Framingham, Massachusetts Can Teach the World of Governance, Risk and Audit

Why aren’t we following the lead of a small town in Massachusetts?[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 13th February 2014

Auditing Mr Nakamoto’s Invention – do we need new approaches to audit disruptive approaches like Bitcoin?
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