This manual delivers balanced theory and practice for control self-assessment (CSA) and can serve as an authoritative reference for professionals or companies implementing - or planning to implement - control self-assessment. Supported by numerous examples and case illustrations, readers will benefit from the theory review, relevant practices and real-life applications. In addition, the guide can also be used for preparation for the Certification in Control Self-Assessment (CCSA) exam.
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Dani Saad El-Dine MBA, CIA, CPA, CCSA, CMA, CFE, CBM, ASQ CQA is an Internal Audit Manager of the American University of Beirut (AUB), Lebanon. He also lectures at the School of Business of AUB, where he teaches Accounting Information Systems, Managerial Accounting, and Financial Accounting at both BBA and MBA levels. Mr. Saad El-Dine provides consulting services and practical training in accounting and finance to professionals and to companies from different industries, and prepares candidates for the CPA and CMA exams through professional review sessions. He is currently developing and implementing Control Self-Assessment workshops at AUB and is providing lectures on CSA and helping companies in the development, implementation, and evaluation of CSA workshops.Review:
1. Fundamentals of Control Self-Assessment. 2. CSA Program Integration. 3. Elements of the CSA Process. 4. Business Objectives and Organizational Performance. 5. Risk Identification and Assessment. 6. Control Theory and Application. Sample Questions and Endnotes to all sections. Answers Key to Sample Questions for Chapters 1-6. Detailed Answers to Sample Questions for Chapters 1-6. Index.
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Book Description South-Western Educational Pub, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110324226012