In its 2018 Report to the Nations, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners reports that in 85% of cases, fraudsters displayed at least one behavioral red flag. In 50% of cases, fraudsters displayed multiple red flags. What are the top 10 red flags of fraud?

A community college says a longtime employee embezzled at least $5.4 million over the course of a decade. How can this happen?

Multiple articles about the college admissions scandal cited it as a "textbook example" of the fraud triangle. Here's one that uses the triangle to look inside the minds of those involved.

The college admissions scandal prompted multiple articles where it was used to illustrate the concepts of the fraud triangle. When we understand the fraud triangle, we're better equipped to carry out our oversight responsibilities because we're more mindful of opportunities for fraud.

Austin Kleon quotes John Cleese to explain how everyone can be more creative if they learn the way of operating, including those in supposed "non-creative" professions.

Where are you most likely to find creative thinkers at WSU? You probably won't have to look very far.

Do you sometimes think you get more robocalls than legitimate calls from people you know? It's not your imagination as there will soon be more robocalls than calls!

Austin Kleon frequently offers tips and insights on his blog for being productive when creativity ebbs that can be used by all of us because they're not just for "creatives." Kleon highlights ten such ideas in his upcoming handbook, Keep Going.

Daemen College President Gary Olson explains how being a "rule monger" (as opposed to "compassionate" or "nice") is essential to avoiding chaos and injustice. Rules and deadlines provide us with important safeguards and greater level of equitable treatment for all.

Preventing screw-ups is often identified as job one for Internal Audit. Is that really the first priority?