In its report on the future of work, the World Economic Forum listed complex problem-solving, critical thinking and creativity among the skills critical for the future. The National Audit Office recognised the two first ones as key factors long ago. What about creativity? Can creativity be associated with auditing, a disciplined activity, and an institution with supervision as its main task? Quite well in fact. In this blog series, we discuss the changes occurring in the audit work of the National Audit Office of Finland and our operating environment from the perspective of our renewed strategy.