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More than ever, IA audit should keep abreast of technology that helps the organization with governance, risk and compliance, ERM or higher risk areas like security. While IA may not be the end buyer/user they can be a good team member to evaluate possibilities/solutions.

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NRB It all boils down to getting the message across, and being effective. 

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Rajen Kumar Shah Hello Kiko,

Wow! Excellent! Superb!

I appreciate the way you have interpreted Audit Universe. My two cents:

- While mapping the Audit Universe, as an Internal Auditor, I do take a stock of various Risks;

- Audit Universe mostly comprises of "auditable" areas, while I do agree that external factors are equally important but because of contingency in nature, these are not given priority.

Your views please.



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Muhammad Ali Is the purpose of Jargon is to confuse the already confused audience so that they trap in deciphering the jargons and effectively not get to the real message. Is this a result of deliberate attempt by palying with words so that when audience feel that they can't get what we are upto so we could say we need you to achieve some level of understanding in order to understand our process and than you would be in a position to comment. We often heard the statement to explain in plain English and I wonder why it so. Is it necessary for person to acheive the level of sophistication we as an audit professional possessed in order to be on same wave length. Effective delivery of message lies in explaining your message in a way that your audience understand and get the message and after all you need to relate your self with the audience.

Our audit report is full of jargons which only audit nerds could understand and yet we claim we address our report to audience which we believe not possess the competency to understand the jargons.

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