Twitter basics made easy for Internal Auditors who are just getting started
If you are an internal auditor you have probably attended a training class on the Risks of Social Media. If you haven’t attended, you have at least read about such classes. These classes teach you about the things that can go wrong. The lessons probably have you concerned about the Social Media policy at your company and the Social Media use by your fellow employees. If not, it should. Anybody can say anything about anyone at anytime on Social Media. Scary, right? On the flip side, anybody can say anything nice about anyone at anytime. Plus anyone can share knowledge, ideas, and best practices at any time. The fact is there are many valuable conversations going on right now on and if you are not participating, you are missing out.
Twitter is currently the most fast paced information sharing vehicle that reaches a vast audience. Why not make 2013 the year you dip your toe in the Twitter waters? You don’t even have to create an account on Twitter to check it out. I have provided a links to relevant information for the Internal Audit community. Click on these links and see if anything interests you.
Individual Twitter Accounts:
Twitter “Hashtag” Keyword Searches
#InternalAudit – information specific to Internal Audit
#CorpGov – information relative to Corporate Governance Topics
#Fraud – information specific to Fraud
#RiskManagement – information specific to Risk Management
#Leadership – information specific to Leadership
#Coaching – information specific to Coaching
#Compliance – information specific to Compliance
#Governance – information specific to Governance
#GRC – information specific to Governance, Risk, and Compliance
#FCPA – information specific to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
This should be enough to get you started. Just remember the information is updated in real time. If you check the information now, it will be completely different tomorrow. Try it, you might like it!
If I failed to INCLUDE YOU or a important keyword, please let me know in the comments.
This blog post was written by Steven Randall. Steve is a Managing Partner with Vonya Global, a premier provider of internal audit consulting services, a member of the IIA Chicago Chapter Board of Governors, a Director of the Adler-Caris Foundation, a not-for-profit dedicated to raising funds for Alzheimer’s Disease research, and the President of the Oz Park Baseball Association, a not-for-profit dedicated to providing fundamental based baseball in a safe environment in the city of Chicago. If you would like more information about Vonya Global or if you have a questions for Steve, you may contact him through this blog, the company website, twitter, or his LinkedIn Profile.
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