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The history of business is littered with once-powerful organisations – and professions – that fell by the wayside when they failed to adapt to changing economic conditions and new technology. Internal audit skills are still in demand and are likely to remain so, but audit leaders must be looking ahead to see both the broader challenges to their businesses and to their own roles if they are to remain relevant, Alistair Smith, internal audit risk and control director at EDF Energy, told delegates at Internal Audit 2018;

“I do not intend to be auditing into old age and I’m not a futurologist, so why do I think we should be thinking about how we audit in ten years’ time?” he asked. His answer was brief: “Because if we don’t adapt to change, we and our organisations could be toast.”

Source : Audit&Risk https://auditandrisk.org.uk/News/Internal-Audit-2018-the-future-of-Internal-Audit–How-to-stay-relevant

See also :

https://resilienceducontroleinterne.wordpress.com/2017/09/01/be-the-future-of-internal-auditing/

https://resilienceducontroleinterne.wordpress.com/2016/12/20/internal-auditors-continue-to-face-ethical-dilemmas/

https://resilienceducontroleinterne.wordpress.com/2016/04/20/%e2%80%8binternal-audits-role-when-activist-investors-are-at-the-door/

https://resilienceducontroleinterne.wordpress.com/2016/04/27/where-was-internal-audit-hopefully-following-the-risks/

https://resilienceducontroleinterne.wordpress.com/2017/05/24/are-your-internal-auditors-present/