“Agile” is a project management discipline created by software developers, in which challenges evolve and are resolved through the continuous collaboration of small cross-functional teams. Internal audit departments are adapting these methodologies to their work to provide the faster, deeper and more valuable insights demanded of next-generation internal audit teams.
These internal audit adaptations do not necessarily follow the capital “A” Agile textbooks to the letter – but they borrow enough of the methodology to foster an agility, with a lowercase “a,” that makes governance, risk and control practices more flexible and relevant and less disruptive.
In this webcast, you will:
- get introduced to the concept of applying Agile concepts to the audit process.
- Develop a clear definition of what agile auditing is and is not.
- Be able to differentiate Agile from the current internal audit life cycle approach, e.g., identify “must-haves” and “want-to-haves.”
- Be able to outline considerations for starting an agile journey.
Original Webinar Details:
Date: October 31, 2019
Duration: 60 minutes
Please contact Lark Scheierman with questions.