By James A. Bailey, PhD, CIA, CPA

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24 A Component of the CBOK Study Chapter 6 Audit Tools and Techniques This chapter analyzes audit tools and techniques currently used and that are predicted to be used in five years by internal auditors. The survey asked internal auditor survey participants to evaluate the use of audit tools and techniques. Figure 6–1 summarizes their responses to the following prompt: “Indicate the extent the internal audit activity uses or plans to use the following audit tools or techniques on a typical audit engagement.

Judgment. …… Team player — collaboration/cooperation. Management …… Leadership. …… Staff management. …… Governance and ethics sensitivity. Chief Audit Executives …… Leadership. …… Governance and ethics sensitivity. …… Influence — ability to persuade. As mentioned previously, objectivity tied with confidentiality as the top behavioral skill in the 2006 survey. For the 2010 survey, objectivity continues to rank high for internal audit staff and CAEs as their second and sixth highest rated behavioral skills, respectively.

The reluctance among some CAEs to fully implement quality assurance and improvement programs might be based on a perception that these quality review standards are only additional compliance costs. Some of the benefits that quality assurance and improvement programs provide include improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the internal audit Internal audit quality assurance and function. These improvements may supply benefits to improvement programs should address all the organization that exceed the costs of complying with the related Standards, especially in the these standards.

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