Nkwelle Ekole Brandon
Member Since: Mar 30th 2017
Mar 30th 2017
This is remarkable, looking at the internal audit function as a tool to enhance the integrated aspects of an organization that build up to successful in the real sense of it. An organization is about its mission, vision, targets and objectives, and the strategies to ensure the realization of all of the above. Controls are therefore important to this end.
Emphasizing the need for internal auditor to remind themselves of the impact of proper communication, the value of EHS rick assessment systems, the importance of data analytics in information processing and the benefit of managing interpersonal dynamics, is like awakening a slumbering central back defender in a soccer match. True management takes credit for good decisions. Who then looks at the functionality of the system to provide assurance that things are going on right? How them will we say all is right if we fail to consider these vital aspect of the organization given the changing economic environment?