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Eauditing Fundamentals

Author : J.P. Russell
ISBN : 9780873898485
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 72. 15 MB
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The purpose of this book is to provide hands-on guidelines for using electronic communication tools as part of the auditing process. The pros and cons of conducting e-audits and their consequences will be reviewed. There are situations when e-auditing techniques are more efficient, and other times they may be less efficient and even lead to questionable audit report conclusions. In this book we provide proven techniques for conducting remote audits (eAudits) and explore eAuditing practices to help organizations make informed decisions regarding their use. A ten point eAudit program implementation checklist is included with the book. Combined, the two authors have over 20 years’ experience conducting remote audits and using virtual communication technologies.

The Asq Auditing Handbook Fourth Edition

Author : J.P. Russell
ISBN : 9780873898478
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 40. 28 MB
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Rev. ed. of: The quality audit handbook. 3rd ed. c2005.

Advanced Quality Auditing

Author : Lance B. Coleman, Sr. 

ISBN : 9780873899130
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 75. 90 MB
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Auditors from any industry must "learn the language of upper management" if they truly want to affect positive change throughout their environments. If quality auditors want to remain relevant and keep from becoming marginalized, they need to add new skills and credentials, and even more importantly, move beyond conformance monitoring to determine how their work might impact the corporate bottom line. The purpose of this book is to accept that challenge in presenting two ways that auditors can "learn [to speak] the language of upper management"—either by helping to drive continuous improvement or by helping to manage risk. This book has essential information that will help guide an organization’s efforts to glean more value from their audit process. It helps grow the audit function beyond verification audits. It provides insight for using the audit function to improve organizations using lean principles. It also discusses how the audit function can contribute to and be formally integrated into the ongoing risk management program. This book is about advancing the profession of auditing, as well as the skills of individual auditors. "Buy. Read. Reread. It will kick start your risk-based thinking journey. Then, buy the book for each member of your auditing team." Greg Hutchins, PE Director, Certified Enterprise Risk Manager Academy "While there is a constant influx of books on auditing entering the market today, Advanced Quality Auditing: An Auditors Review of Risk Management, Lean Improvement and Data Analysis stands out among them as Lance excels at demonstrating to readers how they can embrace the methodologies for continual improvement as they apply to the audit program and audit professionals. By combining the use of the audit checklist development matrix tool (ACDM) and various lean tools that are traditionally applied to processes other than auditing, auditors can ensure they not only audit for compliance but also add value to the audits, demonstrating the value of audit program, and in turn, themselves...The clarity of explanation and illustrative charts and diagrams of the Kano model makes it easy for the beginning auditor to understand and implement, while providing deeper insights to experienced auditors in how to leverage the model in the continual improvement of the audit program. Lance clearly makes the case that as audit professionals we should all embrace the use of the Kano model and apply it to our own audit programs to ensure we are always positioned to “delight” our customers." Nancy Boudreau ASQ Audit Division Chair (2014-2015) “Lance Coleman has taken a traditional topic on auditing and written a professional synopsis of key concepts in terms so clear as to make them understandable and useful to the reader. A great book to use and have as reference. Well done!” Dr. Erik Myhrberg IRCA Certified QMS Lead Auditor Co-author, A Practical Field Guide for ISO 13485:2003

The Internal Auditing Pocket Guide Second Edition

Author : J. P. Russell
ISBN : 9780873897105
Genre : Business & Economics
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This best-seller pocket guide prepares auditors to conduct internal audits against quality, environmental, safety, and other audit criteria. This handy pocket guide covers all the steps necessary to complete an internal audit, from assignment to follow-up. New and updated chapters reflect new techniques to address vogue requirements, more illustrations and examples, ISO 19011 thinking, and verification of auditee follow-up actions. This condensed, easy-to-read book is a valuable resource and great tool for training others on how to perform an internal audit. It is appropriate for those who have no prior knowledge of audit principles or techniques.

The Process Auditing Techniques Guide

Author : J. P. Russell
ISBN : 0873895959
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 75. 92 MB
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Best-selling author J.P. Russell focuses on the methods and techniques of conducting internal and external process audits. Learn how to apply PDCA and ACDP techniques, prepare process flow and tree diagrams, determine process effectiveness, and compose an audit report assessing compliance, controls, risk and process optimization. This guide is ideal for individuals who have a general understanding of auditing techniques and is written for auditors who conduct first, second, and third party audits to any standard or work instruction.

Handbook Of Frauds Scams And Swindles

Author : Serge Matulich
ISBN : 1420072862
Genre : Law
File Size : 42. 8 MB
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It has been said that scammers and swindlers often display characteristics commonly attributed to good leadership. These include setting a vision, communicating it clearly, and motivating others to follow their lead. But when these skills are used by unconscionable people to satisfy greed, how can the average person recognize that foul play is afoot? Providing a unique account of frauds throughout modern history, Handbook of Frauds, Scams, and Swindles: Failures of Ethics in Leadership compiles narratives from around the world, including a number of highly-publicized cases. Leading financial and investigative experts have authored the individual chapters, yet the book maintains a reader-friendly style. The result is a text that is highly engaging and most importantly, provides regulators and investigators with an understanding of the motivations and behavior common to the individuals behind these life-damaging crimes. The book includes a wealth of stories, including famous cases such as Ponzi, ZZZZ Best, Enron, Parmalat, and Vivendi, along with lesser-known scandals involving both corporations and individuals. There is also a section on frauds perpetrated for motives other than financial rewards, including instances when the government performed experiments on humans without their knowledge or consent, as well as stories on frauds involving science and religion. A section detailing the Arthur Anderson debacle discusses the compounding of a fraud when the supposed watchdog plays a complicit role. And recognizing that not every issue is black or white, the book also explores whether a hoax perpetrated in the name of a noble cause can ever be justified. By reviewing the tactics used by swindlers and the motivations that turned good people crooked, investigators and others will come to recognize the red flags that accompany unscrupulous behavior. In doing so, they may well learn how to head off potential disaster.

Hotel Management And Operations

Author : Michael J. O'Fallon
ISBN : 9780470177143
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 36. 54 MB
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Hotel Management and Operations, Fifth Edition provides a practical, up-to-date, and comprehensive approach to how professionals across the industry manage different departments within their operation. From the front office to finance, from marketing to housekeeping, this resource offers advanced theory played out in practical problems. Multidimensional case studies are a notable feature, with complex management problems portrayed from multiple viewpoints; “As I See It” and “Day in the Life” commentaries from new managers provide further real-world perspective. Covering the latest issues affecting the industry, this text gives students and professionals an up-to-date, dynamic learning resource.

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