CBOK Seeks Board Member Input for Stakeholder Survey
In collaboration with Protiviti, The IIARF has launched the 2015 Global Internal Audit Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) Stakeholder Survey — the second component of the complete study — and invites board members and C-suite executives to take part in this global survey on internal auditing effectiveness.
The purpose of this phase of the study is to gain a global perspective and better understanding of stakeholder expectations of internal audit’s purpose, function, and performance.
Stakeholders include members of executive management, board and audit committee members, and C-suite executives excluding chief audit executives who were included in the practitioner survey. The Stakeholder Survey will close on Nov. 30, 2015.
Please share this survey link with board members and C-suite executives now. IIA membership is not required to participate in the survey.
Results of the Stakeholder Survey will be shared in a series of reports scheduled for release at The IIA’s General Audit Management (GAM) Conference in March 2016.
All reports generated from the CBOK Stakeholder Survey will be available for free, available for download on The IIA’s website and The IIA Research Foundation Bookstore website.
To learn more, please visit CBOK Resource Exchange.