Internal audit, Auditing

 

a. Discover Fifty strengths and Fifty weaknesses after conducting an internal audit of a company.

b. What procedures could then be used to determine the most important of these?

c. Why is it important to reduce the total number of key factors?

d. Under what conditions can these strength be considered core competencies? Give examples

 

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