Blog by Richard Chambers, 29 July 2019
In a recent review of PwC’s annual Strategy & CEO Success Study, I was stunned by one revealing statistic. In 2018, more CEOs lost their jobs because of ethical lapses than for poor financial performance or battles with their boards. This has never happened before in the study’s 19-year history.
Frankly, I found the results of the PwC study to be very troubling. After all, I have echoed The IIA’s view for years that internal audit should report administratively to CEOs. If these same CEOs are now being fired for ethical misconduct in record numbers, what does that mean for internal audit’s prospects to carry out its important work free of interference?
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