CAE Briefing E41: 2020-03-08

My team is wrapping up our work on the 2020 CAE Survey so you will see those results LATER THIS WEEK, followed by a more detailed guide on how to move from being a cost center to an investment center in your organization.

In this week’s video https://youtu.be/kWDiK3ZU9jo I give you a sneak peak into some of the results you will find in the 2020 CAE Survey report and video you will gain access to later this week.

Be on the lookout for another email from me this week letting you know it’s ready.

The report and video will be distributed through the CAE Briefing course, where you get access to:

  • weekly videos,
  • resources,
  • special reports,
  • supplemental videos, and
  • suggested readings

only available to those subscribed to the CAE Briefing.

If you haven’t already created your FREE account, click here: https://jasonmefford.mykajabi.com/offers/ezsxLzjQ

You will need to set up your account before you access the 2020 CAE Survey report and video.

Have a great rest of the week.

Transcript

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Jason Mefford: Welcome everybody to another episode of The chief audit executive briefing, hey, this week I want to talk to you a little bit about the chief executive survey.

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Jason Mefford: So back in January sent out a message had a lot of people respond back. We’ve been collecting the data and this week we’re going to release those results.

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Jason Mefford: So first off to everybody here on the briefing, you will have first access to that information.

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Jason Mefford: So be watching your email for later this week there’s going to be a message with a link for you to be able to go out and download the report.

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Jason Mefford: So we’re just putting a couple finishing touches on the report and there’s also going to be a corresponding video that I’m going to do as well.

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Jason Mefford: Where I’m going to talk about and kind of get into more detail about some of these different areas now.

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Jason Mefford: I’ll show you right now I’ve got some little charts here that are going to end up into it and I just wanted to kind of give you a little

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Jason Mefford: Little bit of an overview, a little bit of a sneak peek of what you’re going to see later this week now.

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Jason Mefford: The way I’m releasing it is actually I’ve created a free course so anybody who is on the chief audit executive briefing.

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Jason Mefford: Can have access to this course. What it has is all of the archives of the different briefings we’ve done so far as well as different resources and things like this. Like the chief audit executive survey for 2020

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Jason Mefford: That you can go out and look at the video and download the report directly from that online course. So this does a couple things. It makes sure that only people who are supposed to get it can get it, which is important.

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Jason Mefford: Because I want you to have access to it and not everybody to be able to grab it off of a website somewhere.

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Jason Mefford: The other thing is, I know many of you do not have time each week to go through and take a look at the emails.

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Jason Mefford: So this course actually like it said it’s an archive of all the different briefings. If you want to go back and watch one again.

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Jason Mefford: Take a look at some of that stuff. All of that will be there as well as resources like the survey. Now I talked to you before about. I’m also working on a

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Jason Mefford: Report right now on how to get budget and resources, that’s another example of these type of documents that are going to end up

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Jason Mefford: In that course. So if you haven’t already down below in the email is the link for you to be able to go out, sign up for that free class. You just have to register and the course will be in your profile there so you can actually take a look at that.

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Jason Mefford: So again, want to make sure that you know that they’ll also be a link in the email that will go out this week, but I just want to make sure everybody was aware of that.

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Jason Mefford: Now as I’ve gone through and looked at it. There’s some pretty clear, clear things that we see from this as far as top challenges and top opportunities.

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Jason Mefford: So on the challenges side, there were two specific things that were by and far some of the biggest things that you are concerned about as being challenges for this.

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Jason Mefford: Excuse me, in one we’ve already started to talk about, which is budget and resources and you’re going to have to wait until later on this week to learn about the second one is that we’re going to start talking about as well.

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Jason Mefford: Now, as far as the top opportunities, you know, again, there was a little bit more of a distribution on this, but the biggest one is the opportunity to show the value of advisory work.

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Jason Mefford: In your organization. So we’re going to spend some more time talking about that as well. Like I said, some of that will be in the survey report itself.

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Jason Mefford: There’s I’ll actually record some things coming to you on future episodes of the chief audit executive briefing.

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Jason Mefford: So with that, I’m going to kind of cut it off this week because I got to go back to finishing all the reports so you can get it this week, so make sure to check for your email this week to be able to see the

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Jason Mefford: Chief audit executive survey results. Take care. Have a great week and I’ll talk to you next week.

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