building and sun

The demands on internal audit departments have significantly increased in recent years as a result of advances in technology, rigorous regulations, emerging risks and the desire for additional business insights. Traditional internal audit approaches are giving way to implementation of agile principles, through which internal audit departments are able to improve the collaboration and engagement with stakeholders and management. Organizations find they are able to respond faster to changing risks and priorities, accelerate audit cycles and increase the value obtained from audit and advisory engagements.

In this on-demand webinar, Baker Tilly specialists explore agile principles and scrum frameworks with practical application to internal auditing.

Key learning objectives

After attending this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the history of agile principles and the scrum framework
  • Explain agile principles and applicability to internal auditing
  • Develop methods for bridging the gap from the current state audit approach mindset and implementation of agile audit principles 
  • Recognize how agile principles may be applied to your organization’s internal audit planning cycle and audit and advisory engagements

Who should attend?

Internal audit professionals at any level within the organizational or department, including chief audit executives, internal audit staff and IT auditors.

Download the slides.

“67% of respondents answered “We have been researching Agile and are considering implementation" to the poll question “Where does your organization currently stand on its implementation of agile internal audit?” during the webinar, Agile Internal Audit: Transforming internal audit to add greater value, on Aug. 13, 2019."

John Romano
Partner, CPA, CIA, CFE, CITP, CSM

fair lending for community banks
Next up

Fair lending for community banks: best practices for an effective fair lending compliance management program