The chief audit executive must effectively manage the internal audit activity to ensure it adds value to the organization. The internal audit activity adds value to the organization and its stakeholders when it considers strategies, objectives, and risks; strives to offer ways to enhance governance, risk management and control processes; and objectively provides relevant assurance.
The Institute of Internal Auditors
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