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Internal Audit's Responsibility to the Publichttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2020/Pages/Internal-Audit's-Responsibility-to-the-Public.aspxInternal Audit's Responsibility to the Public<p>​How far should internal auditors go in delivering the truth?<br></p>Mike Jacka0
When Audit Committees Want to "Hear No Evil" From Internal Audithttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2020/Pages/When-Audit-Committees-Want-to-Hear-No-Evil-From-Internal-Audit.aspxWhen Audit Committees Want to "Hear No Evil" From Internal Audit<p>Any reluctance by audit committees to hear/solicit everything internal audit needs to say presents the profession with a call to action.<br></p>Richard Chambers0
Suspicious Internal Audit Deaths Demand Answershttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/Pages/Suspicious-Internal-Audit-Deaths-Demand-Answers.aspxSuspicious Internal Audit Deaths Demand Answers<p>Any time a public sector internal auditor is harmed or killed in retribution for his or her work, it amounts to nothing short of an attack on our systems of government.<br></p>Richard Chambers0
Thanks, We Already Know Thathttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2020/Pages/Thanks-We-Already-Know-That.aspxThanks, We Already Know That<p>​Most organizational leaders underestimate the knowledge and skills within internal audit. <br></p>Mike Jacka0
Internal Audit: Do Your Part and #BeCyberSmarthttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2020/Pages/Internal-Audit-Do-Your-Part-and-BeCyberSmart.aspxInternal Audit: Do Your Part and #BeCyberSmart<p>Internal auditors worldwide should be reminded of the urgency to keep up with changes in this risk area.<br></p>Richard Chambers0
The Black Bag Auditorhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2020/Pages/The-Black-Bag-Auditor.aspxThe Black Bag Auditor<p>​Familiarity doesn't breed contempt; it breeds familiarity.<br></p>Mike Jacka0
Europe's Internal Auditors Are Already Identifying the Risks for 2021https://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2020/Pages/Europes-Internal-Auditors-Are-Already-Identifying-the-Risks-for-2021.aspxEurope's Internal Auditors Are Already Identifying the Risks for 2021<p>A new report from the ECIIA provides valuable insights for the coming year.<br></p>Richard Chambers0
The Sin of Certaintyhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2020/Pages/The-Sin-of-Certainty.aspxThe Sin of Certainty<p>Certainty is knowledge petrified.<br></p>Mike Jacka0
Internal Auditors: Be Trusting But Skepticalhttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/chambers/2020/Pages/Internal-Auditors-Be-Trusting-But-Skeptical.aspxInternal Auditors: Be Trusting But Skeptical<p>​Maybe it is time to be more skeptical about our own professional skepticism.<br></p>Richard Chambers0
Hypocrisy and Internal Audithttps://iaonline.theiia.org/blogs/jacka/2020/Pages/Hypocrisy-and-Internal-Audit.aspxHypocrisy and Internal Audit<p>​Hypocrisy is the epitome of unethical behavior. Internal auditors must be alert for it everywhere we look and in everything we do.<br></p>Mike Jacka0

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