Dr. Venkat M. Iyer (Bryan School) wrote a monograph report, and some of its findings have been mentioned extensively in journals and outlets that cater to all types of accounting professionals worldwide. The research report titled “Job Satisfaction for Internal Auditors: How to Retain Top Talent” was published by the Institute of Internal Auditors in October, 2014. This monograph was based on a survey of about 1600 internal auditors and provides several key findings.
An article based on this report is the feature story in the magazine “Your Career Campass” published by the IIA. It is distributed to 180,000 members in 190 countries. Also, a summary of the report appeared in “Journal of Accountancy” which is published by the AICPA. The article was also referenced by CGMA (Chartered Global Management Accountant) in their magazine. The subject was one of the main articles on accounting web in November. “Accounting Today,” another magazine which is widely read, ran a story with a summary of the report which also contains a statement from Richard Chambers, President and CEO of IIA, who spoke about the report and its findings.
Iyer is a professor in the Department of Accounting and Finance, Bryan School.