CBOK Survey Now Closed
Thank you to all the thousands of auditors around the world who participated in The IIA Research Foundation’s examination of the global status of the internal audit profession, the Global Internal Audit Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK) Study.
The CBOK Study conducted its third global survey in 23 languages with participation from 14,500 practitioners representing 156 chapters and 113 institutes in nearly 150 countries.
Results of the survey will be shared in a series of reports beginning with 10 Imperatives for Internal Audit, scheduled for release in July at The IIA’s International Conference in Vancouver, BC, Canada. In total, more than 30 CBOK reports are planned for distribution through 2016. Later this year, a global study of audit stakeholders — the second part of the CBOK study — will launch to complement the findings of the practitioner study.
All reports generated from the CBOK survey will be available for free to the public.
To learn more, please visit CBOK Resource Exchange.