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23197The Audit Report

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  • Dan Swanson
    Oct 3

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      In football (American football, not soccer), good quarterbacks know how to use all the players on the field to execute a great play. When you begin an audit, you’re like the quarterback and the internal audit entrance meeting is your kick-off to a good game. If you had an opposing team, it wouldn’t be the audit customer – they’re on your team. The team to beat is the team of undefined expectations and fears. As the audit quarterback, you get to work with the entire team to overcome these fears and crush the meeting (in a good way). Here are some points to consider as you huddle up and plan for a successful audit.
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