In any organization, writers are reviewed by someone else as a matter of policy. Few audit report
writers take advantage of the strengths in this approach. More often, writers and reviewers confuse their
assigned roles, resulting in frustration and needless waiting for paperwork to move through the appropriate
channels. Consequentially, reviewers pursue the false economy of rewriting the report as they see appropriately.
By applying techniques derived from sound business practice in team-building and quality assurance, we show reviewers of audit reports how to expedite one of the most time-consuming tasks of the senior auditor: editing and reviewing staff audit reports.
This program shows managers how to manage staff and their workpapers more efficiently, allowing more time for other tasks.
It shows how to give feedback, both written and verbal, that encourages assignments to be done correctly and on time.
If you have no formal training in reviewing audit reports,
or find that you spend too much time revising the work of others,
or if you are about to be promoted to a management position,
you can acquire valuable skills in managing paperwork efficiently.
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