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RMIT Survey - Internal Auditors' Role in Relation to Risk Culture

by Tess Borges | Apr 16, 2021
As an internal audit professional, you are invited to participate in a research survey about internal auditors' role in relation to risk culture issues.

The research is being conducted by Associate Prof. Dessalegn Mihret, Dr. Tarek Rana and Mr. Hamed Mohammad (PhD candidate) from RMIT University as well as Dr. Joe Christopher. It aims to build upon the findings from the survey of IIA's 2016 North American Pulse of Internal Audit and the 2015 survey of the Chartered IIA in the UK and Ireland that suggest internal auditors' increasing involvement in the audit of organisational culture.

Upon completing this (approximately) 10 to 15 minutes survey, you can opt-in for a draw (1 of 20 participants will win) for AU$100 e-gift card or you may choose to donate this value to a charity organisation of your choice. To access the survey, please click on the URL link below: https://rmit.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0kdIPYhfbALMfDE

The survey is open until 25 April 2021. 

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