Auditing organizational culture is a challenging area for Internal Audit. The risk and controls do not fit nicely into a risk and control matrix and lend themselves to traditional audit sampling. Culture is dynamic, regularly changing. Consequently, auditing culture needs to develop and change too. Successful auditing of culture requires a holistic change across the internal audit function covering the development of internal auditor skills, adjustment to audit methodology and buy in from the business as to the huge value insightful culture auditing can bring. Join us to explore the latest thinking in understanding and auditing organizational culture.
- Gain ideas and inspiration on how to develop and implement a successful program of culture audits
- Hear practical experience on how to develop a successful approach to auditing an organization’s culture
- Gain insight into your functions’ own change management challenges
Our speaker is Jonathan Chapman who will be talking about his experience of successful culture auditing. Jonathan operated as Internal Audit Chief Operating Officer at Aviva and Lloyds Banking Group and more recently has been advising Internal Audit Executives on successful functional change. He was shortlisted in the 2018 Risk and Audit Inspirational Leader awards.