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Auditing: a key element to build trust in the food we consume

These last years, consumers behavior in our societies has been characterized by an increased vigilance. This vigilance concerns all sectors, including food. The...

An Approach to Corporate Sustainability Auditing

Four Questions Internal Auditors should seek Answers to while Auditing Sustainability When auditing sustainability efforts, internal auditors should first check...

Internal Audit Organizations: Understanding the Context is Critical

Understanding the context is often a prerequisite for success. There is an absolute need for internal audit organizations to understand the context in which the...

Why does an auditor fail to find an issue during an audit?

The ultimate goal of an audit is to check the compliance against the external and internal standards, help the organizations understand their risk profile, and ...

WoA Interview with Peter Haag

This article is the transcript from the interview with Peter Haag on March, 24. Peter is a food professional holding currently the position of Group VP Safety, ...

Sharing experience in auditing and continuous improvement with Agnieszka Sobolewska

Note: this article is the transcript of an interview conducted on March 1, 2021. World of Auditing Hi Agnieszka! Many thanks for having accepted this interview ...

An Exciting and Evolving Audit Function With Patrick Koenig

Note: this article is the transcript of an interview conducted on March 3, 2021 I started working as a QC Officer in a global FMCG company’s plant in Belg...

Podcast 5 – An Exciting and Evolving Audit Function With Patrick Koenig

The Museum of the Future in Dubai is a place to explore, learn and create. So is World of Auditing. Patrick Koenig joined us from Dubai on March 3 to share his ...

Hi, My Name is The Future of Auditing

In many sectors, it is the young and dynamic group between the ages of 30-35 who carry the workload, including in auditing. Auditing as a young professional is ...

The Art of Coaching Auditors

It was rather early years in my career when I started my job in Brussels as part of a global audit function. My role was mainly to train, coach, and manage a te...

Seven Traits of High Performing Auditors

The day I discovered the audit profession had been one of these I will always remember. I was a young quality professional when one of our main customers decide...

The Very Many Faces of Learning: Key Aspects to Train and Develop Auditors

Traditionally auditing was considered to be a compliance function, which is indeed the foundation of the profession. However, in today’s world, the auditors are...

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