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Why does internal audit need to be agile?

You don’t have to go very far to hear an internal audit leader talk about agile. Richard Chambers, President and CEO of the IIA, shared this:

 

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The next generation of internal auditing

I want to congratulate Workiva and Jose Tabuena for Internal Audit’s Guide to Planning, Managing and Addressing Risks. I want to focus on the first piece in that publication, Planning to Do the Right Audits: An Effective Internal Audit Risk Assessment. Here are some excerpts, with comments by me:

 

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Survey results: Risk-based internal audit planning

Clearly, the great majority base their audit plan on some combination of (macro) enterprise-level risks and (micro) risks at a lower level of the organization. Somewhat more have weighted their plan towards the micro level than the macro level. So what does this all mean?

 

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