28-12-2015
28-12-2015

Download ALL 13 CBOK reports from 2015


DOWNLOAD ALL 13 CBOK REPORTS FROM 2015 IN ONE BUNDLE

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Mapping Your Career: Competencies Necessary for Internal Audit Excellence
Author: James Rose, CIA, CRMA, CPA, CISA

Do you want to do your job more effectively, provide more value to your organization, and receive rewards for your good work? This report will help you understand the competencies that are most important for success as an internal auditor.

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Delivering on the Promise: Measuring Internal Audit Value and Performance
Author: Jane Seago

The ever-increasing complexity of business in a globally connected world means there is a growing list of ways internal auditors can deliver value. However, time and resources are limited. How can they identify and focus on the activities that are of most value to their clients and key stakeholders? This report examines that question and discloses the responses to the value-specific questions from the CBOK 2015 Global Internal Audit Practitioner Survey.

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Auditing the Public Sector: Managing Expectations, Delivering Results
Author: Arthur Piper

Auditors in the public sector face a unique set of challenges, given that they must satisfy both their internal stakeholders and also be accountable to both politicians and the public. This report aims to assess how well they are coping with that mandate and how they might improve their practices in the future.

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Regional Reflections: Asia & Pacific
Author: Arthur Piper

Building on the first CBOK release, Driving Success in a Changing World: 10 Imperatives for Internal Audit, this report highlights unique concerns for Asia & Pacific and provides insights from internal audit leaders in the region.

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Who Owns Risk? A Look at Internal Audit’s Changing Role
Author: Paul Sobel

Who really owns risk? The literal answer is “not internal audit.” However, there is no question that internal audit has helped organizations better understand and manage risk in the past and will undoubtedly play a valuable role in the future.

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Responding to Fraud Risk: Exploring Where Internal Auditing Stands
Author: Farah Araj

Recent high-profile cases of fraud have captured media attention and the scrutiny of regulators worldwide. When serious fraud occurs in an organization, the company’s reputation can be badly damaged, and there is usually a sudden realignment of stakeholder priorities. That’s when we hear the question, “Where were the internal auditors?”

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Combined Assurance: One Language, One Voice, One View
Author: Sam Huibers

In increasingly complex organizations, where more and more players are involved in providing different measures of assurance, how can we prevent management from being overwhelmed by information and reports and succumbing to “assurance fatigue”?

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Regional Reflections: Latin America
Author: Arthur Piper

In many ways, internal auditors in Latin America perform well in comparison with their colleagues around the world. They have strong relationships with stakeholders, often align well with the strategic objectives of their organizations, and have high levels of expertise in automated audit technologies.

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Regional Reflections: Europe
Author: Arthur Piper

The importance of internal audit aligning to business objectives has emerged as a key area for improvement for the profession worldwide. Internal auditors in Europe are well placed to meet those challenges by getting closer to the board to anticipate the business’s needs and inform them of key risks and emerging issues. But too few work closely with stakeholders and are in danger of creating a gap between their own expectations and those of their customers.

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A Global View of Financial Services Auditing: Opportunities, Challenges, and the Future
Author: Jennifer Burke and Steve Jameson

Many in the financial services industry would agree that times have never been more challenging than the present. While there are numerous issues facing internal auditors at financial institutions, this report focuses on five key challenges.

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Navigating Technology’s Top 10 Risks: Internal Audit’s Role
Author: Phil Flora and and Sajay Rai

Rapid changes in technology are impacting business processes and models quicker than ever before — both positively and negatively. This report details the top 10 technology risks faced by most organizations today.

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Staying a Step Ahead: Internal Audit’s Use of Technology
Author: Michael P. Cangemi

The use of technology by internal audit continues to expand, as organizations have continued to embrace the possibilities that technology affords them to conduct business and thrive in today’s society. But has internal audit’s acceptance of technology kept pace with those organizations or lagged behind?

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Driving Success in a Changing World: 10 Imperatives for Internal Audit
Author: Larry Harrington and Arthur Piper

Change in the business world is accelerating as the effects of globalization, advances in technology, and revolutions in geopolitical landscapes reach deeper into societies around the globe. This report gives practitioners a fresh perspective on how to navigate today’s challenges.

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