An entertaining introduction to a serious issue It's not a secret that corporate fraud and scandal are real threats to business today, from which no organization is immune. Fraud losses are devastating-but they are also highly avoidable. The third book in the A Manager's Journey series, Corporate Fraud follows Bill Reynolds first to New York City and then to Florida where, along with his colleague Jack, he sets up an anti-fraud policy within their company and investigates allegations made by a whistleblower in their Orlando office-until the whistleblower disappears. Unconventional in approach, yet extraordinarily useful, Corporate Fraud is sprinkled with practical examples and workable solutions that take you from zero understanding of organizational fraud to integration of corporate fraud risk management and sound internal controls into everyday work. Through Bill's latest journey, you'll discover how to manage the risk of fraud across all parts of your business and meet the requirements of Sarbanes-Oxley as well as public sector regulations.
It's the definitive resource for managers, auditors, fraud examiners, CFOs, and workteams, with relevant information on preventing and detecting fraud within your organization.
K.H. Spencer Pickett is responsible for the internal auditing training program at the National School of Government in Berkshire, England, and is the author of twelve books on auditing and related topics.