A Few Good Words: How Internal Auditors Can Write Better, More Insightful Reports
This book will help internal auditors learn key strategies and skills for writing effective internal audit reports and for managing report writers. A range of issues is covered: from organization to clarity, from tone to proofreading. Throughout, realistic examples support sound, contemporary writing theory.
The book collects columns of the same name published in New Perspectives On Healthcare Risk Management, Control and Governance, the quarterly journal of The Association of Healthcare Internal Auditors.
The author, Sally Cutler, draws on her years of consulting with and providing training for internal auditors—as well as on her formal education in writing—to provide advice that is at once insightful and down-to-earth.
A useful addition to any internal audit library, A Few Good Words will help new and experienced report writers to develop, write, and polish reports that communicate essential messages readably and persuasively. It also will help those managing report writers, providing insights on reviewing and editing as well as benchmarks for writing quality.
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