The Internal Auditing of Management Systems

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Gower Publishing, Ltd., 1995 - Business & Economics - 135 pages
This addition to the PARSEC Guides series examines the role of management systems and the corresponding audit process. The author explains in detail how to: plan and implement an effective audit programme; when an audit is or is not appropriate; develop the skills required; handle uncooperative auditees; deal with discrepancies; use checklists as a tool for auditing; report findings; to decide what records to keep.

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