|Richard Chambers, CIA, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA, shares his personal reflections and insights on the internal audit profession. |
Stakeholder support is vital to internal auditing’s ability to add value and contribute to the organizations we serve. When chief audit executives and their staff are not meeting stakeholder expectations, there are typically signs or early indications that the support we might have enjoyed in the past is starting to slip.
I saw this scenario play out many times during my years leading internal audit for the U.S. Army. I have likewise seen it occur in the corporate sector. Like many of my colleagues, I’ve also taken over internal audit functions where my predecessor had lost that connection with stakeholders. So I’ve seen the signs...
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