Future Proof Your Internal Audit Program
How important is your internal audit program to your management team?
Internal audits should be finding valuable clues to reducing risks and improving performance against goals for cost, quality, speed, and customer satisfaction. Internal audits should be important to quality improvement planning, but unfortunately, they all-too-often turn into "check the box" exercises that no one cares very much about. No one should waste time on audits that reveal little or nothing when everyone knows that the business is far from perfect.
This course outlines four focus areas that you can use today to strengthen your audit program into one that serves your business for years to come.
Program Level: Basic | Prerequisites: None
Program For: Process Owners, Quality Professionals, Auditors, and managers who have a stake in creating an audit program that truly drives improvement.
Instructional Method: Self-Study | Advance Preparation: None
CPE Credit: 0.98 hour(s) | Field of Study: Auditing
Modality: Recorded Presentation
* Four focus areas to future proof your audit program
* Why Internal Audit is important to quality improvement efforts
* Use turtle diagram to plan your Internal Audit Program
* On-Demand Video
* CPE Quiz
* Quiz Questions: 4 Question
* Types: Multiple Choice or True / False
* Quiz Attempts: Unlimited retries
* Minimum Quiz score of 100% is required to obtain self-study CPE
* Process Owners, Quality Professionals, Auditors, and managers at all levels who have a stake in creating an audit program that truly drives improvement.
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About Karen Rawson
Karen Rawson is vice president of the DESARA Group. As a consultant, manager and business owner who specializes in serving global corporations in high-technology fields, Karen has supported leadership teams in developing and deploying business strategies that have led to significant improvements in cost, quality, and customer satisfaction. She is a certified professional business coach and she has served as an examiner for the Texas Quality Award (Malcolm Baldrige based).