Drawing on her many years as a consultant to numerous companies big and small, author Rose Hightower infuses Internal Controls Policies and Procedures
with her wealth of experience and knowledge. Instead of reinventing the wheel, your company can use this useful how-to manual to quickly and effectively put a successful program of internal controls in place. Complete with flowcharts and checklists, this essential desktop reference is a best practices model for establishing and enhancing your organization's control framework.
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Praise for Internal Controls Policies and Procedures "With many years as a consultant to numerous companies big and small, Rose brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to bear on the topic of internal controls in Internal Controls Policies and Procedures . Instead of ′reinventing the wheel,′ companies can use this useful how–to manual to quickly put an effective program of?internal controls in place. It will prove to be an invaluable guide to internal auditors at companies of all sizes." —Mark Greenquist, President and CEO, Telcordia Technologies, Inc. "I have implemented, used, corrected, reviewed, and enhanced internal controls systems for most of my career. Getting started and following a path, founded in the COSO framework, is oftentimes the most difficult step in the process. What do you have to do? Why do you have to do it? How do you do it, and most important, how do you document what you have done? The author has answered these questions in an easy–to–read format and provided many useful tools and checklists to facilitate the completion of the internal controls process review. An extremely useful tool." —William H. Hogan, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Multi Packaging Solutions, Inc. "The methodology presented within this publication is complete with flowcharts and checklists, which serve as a desktop reference for all organizations. Internal controls are dynamic and must be periodically reviewed and updated. Internal auditors play an important role in the process, but internal controls are the responsibility of all employees within an organization. I highly recommend this book both to auditors and management as a best practices model for establishing and enhancing their organization′s control framework." —Jim Kaplan, President and CEO, AuditNet.org, the global resource for auditors, and the recipient of the IIA′s 2007 prestigious Bradford Cadmus Memorial Award