The Internal Auditing Pocket Guide: Preparing, Performing, and Reporting

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ASQ Quality Press, Sep 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 161 pages
Russell steps readers through their entire audit in this easy to use pocket guide. from the audit assignment to analyzing results and following up on the action items, this guide summarizes all the steps necessary to complete an internal audit. Throughout this text charts, graphics, and illustrations are used to demonstrate the audit process. Russell also addresses the ethics of internal audits by referencing the 20 audit principles throughout the text. This book differentiates itself from other audit guides by stressing what is important for internal audit behavior and objectives. the condensed format of this book makes it a good tool to use when training others how to perform an internal audit and is appropriate for those who have no prior knowledge of audit principles or techniques. Preview a sample chapter from this book along with the full table of contents by clicking here. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view this pdf file. COMMENTS from OTHER CUSTOMERSAverage Customer Rating: (5 of 5 based on 2 reviews) It's easy to understand. It's a good and inexpensive resource (comparing to sending people to attend workshop/seminar) for training those in the auditor pool, since they participate in one audit a year as audit team member or technical expert and the pool refreshes every year. Thanks.o u a reader in California.

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