Scrum Roles for Government Audits – 3 Video Series includes 3 online videos and a self-study manual for 3 hours of CPE credit.
In this short video course customized for government auditors, Toby DeRoche explores the Scrum framework and how agile auditing makes use of Scrum events and roles. First, Toby dives deep into the Scrum framework for agile auditing and introduces key Scrum events. Then he focuses on the three primary Scrum team roles and explains how these fit into agile auditing.
Government auditors need to audit the right risks at the right time, and agile auditing is the way to get there.
With agile auditing, we take a different approach to managing our project, building the audit plan, and designing and implementing tests. By redefining roles and altering processes, useful audit results are delivered when our customers most need them.
Course objectives include:
- Recognize the elements of the Scrum framework
- Identify the events in a Scrum approach to agile auditing
- Compare the different Scrum roles in agile audit to the traditional audit roles
Program level: Basic
Instructional method: Video with online qualified assessment. QAS SS
NASBA Category of Study: Auditing (Governmental)
Advance preparation: None
Who should attend: Auditors
CPE Credit Hours: 3
Author: Toby DeRoche MBA, CIA, CCSA, CRMA, CFE, CISA, CICA, SA, cAAP
This course is also included in the Agile Bundle.
This course does qualify for the 24 hour Yellow Book CPE requirement.
Questions? You can find our FAQ here.