This report delves into four key elements to building an effective internal audit talent strategy, which includes talent acquisition, mentoring & development, strategic sourcing and performance management.

PwC has just published a new paper on the growing talent gaps in the risk management industry — namely in the internal audit profession — and what companies can do to bridge the divide.

According to another recent PwC study, only 13 percent of Chief Audit Executives (CAEs) believe their teams are very successful with sourcing and managing new talent, a stark number considering that there is a very close correlation between very effective internal audit leadership and talent management (83 percent of very effective internal audit leaders perform well at talent management).

To close the gap, PwC’s new report delves into four key elements to building an effective internal audit talent strategy, which includes talent acquisition, mentoring & development, strategic sourcing and performance management.

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