Focus & Features

Using Business Process Mapping in Risk Assessment

"Before you hate something you should try to understand it." - Marthe Grimes, Dakota

And the same can be said in risk assessment. Before the auditor can raise gaps and recommendations, the auditor must ensure to have a deep understanding of the process under review. For some organizations, the way to do this is by making sure that part of the audit team are members with intensive experience in the operations. But this can be a challenge to a relatively young audit team where much reliance is placed on its ability to learn and understand the business fast.

Among the various management tools available for understanding business processes, Business Process Mapping (BPM) has been proven to be an effective tool for the auditor for its ease of use and its impact to risk assessment

Through BPM, the auditor will be able to systematically assess a process' effectiveness and efficiency in achieving a certain business goal as well as identifying gaps that expose the business to potential risks. The outputs of the BPM will form one of the key inputs in finally assessing whether or not an organization's current processes are adequate in managing their residual risk to an acceptable level. BPM will also tell the auditor which control processes are critical where they can focus on as they craft their audit program and perform their audit tests.

What You Will Learn

This virtual seminar will teach the participants the key concepts, terms, methodologies, and techniques that will enable them to be proficient in using BPM in risk assessments.

Who Should Attend

The seminar is ideal for junior auditors.

Number of CPE units: 3


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  2. Substitutions are allowed if the membership status of the two participants is the same; otherwise, the difference in the ticket price must be settled.


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