Controlling Audit Projects: To Keep You On Time, Track & Target - OAG212WEB

Controlling Audit Projects: To Keep You On Target OAG212WEB

Controlling Audit Projects: To Keep You On Time, Track & Target - OAG212WEB
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Upcoming Dates & Locations

Virtual
May 21st, 2021

Controlling Audit Projects: To Keep You On Time, Track & Target - OAG212WEB

Overview

Few auditors take full advantage of techniques used by project managers to bring each project in on time and on budget and to achieve the objectives of the audit itself. This webinar covers the basics of the Project Triangle. After covering the constraints of time, cost, and quality and their relevance to internal audit projects, the webinar provides key tips and techniques to better monitor and control the execution of audits.


Who Should Attend

Internal and external auditors, financial auditors, audit management, compliance and risk management professionals.


Prerequisites

  • None

What You’ll Learn

You will learn the characteristics of effective project control, effective monitoring techniques and how to assess and correct variances.


Objectives

  • PMBOK, A Definition and Three Themes
    • Overview of the Project Triangle
    • Constraints of Time, Cost, and Quality
    • Project Lifecycle Versus Internal Audit Lifecycle
    • Characteristics of Good Project Control
    • Monitoring Resources: Issues and Concerns
    • Monitoring Deliverables: Issues and Concerns
    • Collecting Project Progress Information
    • Assessing Variances at Different Stages of the Audit
    • What Can You Do When an Audit Runs Off Course?
    • Proactive Techniques and Tools for Greater Productivity

Why You Should Attend

You should attend because effective planning is essential for successful audit engagement that deliver superior results and add value to the organization.

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