A Fortune 50 company, with a 120 member Internal Audit team was experiencing significant coordination, communication and productivity issues arising from spreadsheet-based manual processes to plan and track audit projects, resource availability and scheduling.
About a month ago, while we were brainstorming our company’s Product Strategy, I ran into the famous Kano Model. Developed by Prof. Kano Noriaki in early 80s, the model helps analyze a product or service as being much more than a collection of functionalities.
Read the amazing story of how John, a CAE, is now able to quantify and communicate the business value his team is adding in terms that the C-suite appreciates. No longer perceived just as a compliance shop but as business partners!
Showcasing David, a CAE, who was able to facilitate cross-company collaboration, 24/7 visibility and accountability to achieve a faster and more effective closure of audit issues, meeting the CFO and Audit Committee’s expectations.
See how a global Audit and Compliance team has transformed their spreadsheet-based planning, scheduling and time reporting processes to realize significant efficiencies and 24/7 visibility and automated control. Today, the team is happier and more productive.