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We are surrounded by so many clichés and truisms about change that it could be easy to become blasé on the subject. But if we have learned anything since March 2020, it must be that as organisations, as individuals, and as internal audit, risk management or governance professionals, we must constantly adapt to and embrace change.
However, change was with us long before COVID and will continue to be a feature in our lives long after (if) we settle into a new normality. In our professional lives, we must constantly be aware of the drivers of change that are entering into our environment. We must grapple with our role in the organisation’s change agenda – are we passive observers, do we give retrospective assurance or are we active advisors in the process? How does change manifest itself in our discussions on risk? How does culture influence the change environment and how do we guard against change fatigue? And how do we adapt our professional practices as the environment around us changes?
Many thanks to everyone who joined us for our second virtual Conference in September. Going by the feedback we received, we are pleased that we were able to deliver a great event to all. For everyone who registered, the presentations from the Conference can be accessed below. We are looking forward to welcoming more of you at our future events.
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