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Internal auditing is an independent,objective assurance and consulting activity that strengthens and protects organisations.

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Internal auditors support achievement of organisation objectives with pragmatic insights that strengthen governance and improve business processes. We strive to make a positive difference from the boardroom to the front line, which maintains trust and confidence in the organisation.

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Training Courses 

IIA NZ & ISACA Wellington Networking Forum

25 November 2022
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Level 9, 10 Customhouse Quay
Delivery Method

ISACA session: 12 noon

Auditing Digital, Information and Technology Transformation Capability

Auditors can play a key role in an organisation's transformation success. In this presentation we:

  1. clarify the differences and relationships between digital, information and technology transformation
  2. identify the characteristics of transformation capability
  3. provide practical tips for communicating the features and benefits of transformation capability

Presenter: Lizzie Valentine has over 30 years of leading and managing all aspects of organisation transformation as both a former CEO and CIO. She is currently working with Victoria University of Wellington as Adjunct Research and Teaching Fellow, and Associate PhD Supervisor. Her doctoral thesis and ongoing research focus on capabilities and competencies in IT governance, transformation strategy and professional development needs analysis.

The IIA NZ session will follow the ISACA session.

IIA NZ session: 1.10pm

Improving Value Through Better Crown Entity Monitoring

Presenter: Frank Faessen, Performance Auditor,
Office of the Auditor-General

Crown entities carry out a wide range of important public services and functions, such as public broadcasting and constructing and maintaining national infrastructure. In 2020/2021, Crown entities were responsible for 39% of central government expenditure, 46% of central government assets, and 74% of the central government workforce.

The system for monitoring Crown entities is complex. There are inherent tensions between how monitoring departments can support the Crown entity's performance and advise Ministers while respecting the autonomy of a Crown entity board. This can make effective monitoring difficult. Currently, the extent to which monitoring adds significant value to understanding Crown entity performance is still unclear.

The Office of the Auditor-General conducted a performance audit because concerns are sometimes raised about the quality of Crown entity monitoring. OAG wanted to assess the effectiveness of Crown entity monitoring arrangements and identify opportunities where monitoring could be improved. Frank Faessen from the Office of the Auditor-General will present the findings from this work as detailed in the report 'Improving Value Through Better Crown Entity Monitoring'. The document can be viewed here.

For catering purposes, please register by Friday 18 November.

Please note, if you are unwell or have any Covid-19 symptoms, we ask that you do not attend the event in-person.

If you have a credit to use or require assistance with registering, please email admin@iianz.org.nz.

IIA NZ, ISACA and RiskNZ Members
All prices exclude GST
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