A practical guide to the selection and implementation of Internal Controls to ensure that business processes are conducted within established operational and ethical constraints.
Avoiding the misuse or abuse of processes in an organisation requires robust, ethical internal controls. The consequence of poor or non-existent internal controls range from intentional fraudulent activity to unintended non-compliance with legislation. Selecting and Implementing Internal Controls provides a structured, simple approach to controlling those aspect of your business that expose your organisation to risk which left uncontrolled could derail your business.Selecting and Implementing Internal Controls is a 41 page implementation manual with practical examples and tips for implementing internal controls.
The e-book commences with a thorough examination of an internal control framework, the The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) framework, including the control environment, risk assessment, control activities, monitoring, information & communication.
The e-book then examines good practice in each of these key areas of the COSO Internal Controls Framework. A set of 'red-flag' business activities and practices is identified, acting as a check list to evaluate you business.
Selecting & Implementing Internal Controls concluding with a list of internet resources.
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