Fire & Earth Podcast E117: What’s On Your Desk #5

From gifts, to love and family heritage, things start to get a little deep.In today’s episode we share with you what kinds of things are taking up residence on our desks in this fifth installment of “What’s On Your Desk”! Listen in at: http://www.jasonmefford.com/fireandearthpodcast/ Transcript 100:00:01.020 –> 00:00:10.260kathygruver: hey everybody, welcome to another episode of …

A Better Option Than Ineffective CAE Roundtables

CAE Roundtables keep you stuck where you are, or even worse, they give you bad ideas that don’t work for your specific situation and make you look silly to the other executives in your organization. Check out this video: CAE Roundtables lack consistency, community and coaching. They are usually an echo-chamber of people beating their …

CAE Roundtables Are Hurting You

CAE Roundtables Are Hurting You and Are a Big Waste of Time. Now you may be thinking, no they aren’t I’ve gotten some value from attending them. I understand. I’ve attended some great roundtables when I was a Chief Audit Executive, but most of them are a complete waste of time. Have all of the …

Fire & Earth Podcast E109: Practicing resilience

Today’s episode is going to be a bit of a quick and practical discussion on how you can become a more resilient person.Through various techniques such as meditation, or guided breathing to mindfulness or just being more familiar with who you are, youcan build yourself up to be a much more resilient individual. #fireandearthpodcast Listen …

E134: Data Analytics is NOT About Exception Reporting with Nathan Pickard

What are some of the biggest challenges when #internalaudit starts incorporating #dataanalytics? How can thinking of data analytics as a process instead of a part of a project make a HUGE difference in your success? These questions and more are answered in my discussion with Nathan Pickard, CEO of 9b. This #jammingwithjason episode will give …

Jamming with Jason E96: Successfully Using Data Analytics with Joe Oringel

In this #jammingwithjason #internalauditpodcast I speak with Joe Oringel about some of the challenges #internalaudit is facing when it comes to #dataanalytics. It turns out one reason people struggle is not understanding the seven body of knowledge areas we should be focusing on and determining where you want to be. We discuss personnel issues (e.g. …

Jamming with Jason E90: Collaborative Audit Report Writing with Tracie Marquardt

Internal audit reports have been written the same for decades, and honestly are usually very boring and don’t meet our organization’s needs. In this episode I talk with Tracie Marquart about action oriented recommendations, improving report writing to consider the end of the value chain, seeing the big picture, linking our work to assurance over …

Jamming with Jason E86: Soap Boxes and Podcasts with Trent Russell

In this special episode of #jammingwithjason #internalauditpodcast I talk with Trent Russell the host of “The Audit Podcast” about the profession of internal auditing and some “soap box” issues we both feel strongly about to help improve internal audit in organizations. It’s a dual interview style, so you get to hear questions and answers from …

Welcome to the Jungle of Online Training

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-sg4tr-db6e65 Seems like everyone and their dog is now offering online training saying the equivalent of “We got everything you want honey, We are the people that can find whatever you may need. If you got the money, honey we got your disease.” I’ve been in the online space now for about 10 years, and …

Putting on your Investment Manager Hat (CAEB 39)

In this week’s video I’m talking more about putting on your “investment manager hat” so we start acting and being perceived as an investment center instead of a cost center. Many of us leaders work in professional areas that have traditionally been seen by the CFO and other executives as a “cost center.” Since CFOs …

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