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Combined Assurance: One Language, One Voice, One View
Written By: Sam Huibers, EMIA, RO, CRMA

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Combined Assurance: One Language, One Voice, One ViewIn increasingly complex organizations, where more and more players are involved in providing different measures of assurance, how can we prevent management from being overwhelmed by information and reports and succumbing to “assurance fatigue”?

The aim of this report is to help internal audit functions and their organizations embark on the combined assurance journey. Internal audit has a key role to play in both the implementation and the coordination of activities as well as ongoing improvement.

Based on the results from the 2015 Global Internal Audit CBOK Practitioner Survey results, the report offers highlights on the current position of internal audit regarding implementation of combined assurance, why organizations have embarked on the journey, what lessons can be learned, and actionable guidance on good practice steps for implementation.


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