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Most internal control experts and the vast majority of published internal control models state categorically that the actions of people, at all levels of an organization, dictate the effectiveness of an internal control system. Review information and statistics that show how people affect just about every control measure in place at organizations. Discuss methods to help make people better at maintaining the effectiveness of internal controls. Internal control systems can be strengthened without changing measures by affecting change on those who are governed by controls, policies, and procedures.
This session is taught using case studies adapted from real-world examples. These studies show how people affect the operation of control measures established at organizations. Topics include:
Accounting and other business professionals who would benefit by knowing the importance of people to any system of internal control.