One of the auditing it is also used to verify that the processes are operating within the specified limits and reaching the goals stipulated by the organization. THE auditing Process management examines process activities and steps to verify that inputs, actions, and outputs conform to defined requirements. It is an assessment of the sequential process steps and techniques within the system and provides value to management by evaluating processes, their control, risks and achievement of objectives.


A auditing Process management can also be defined as a systematic and independent examination to determine whether activities and related outcomes conform to planned arrangements and whether those arrangements are implemented effectively and adequately to achieve objectives. Currently, the auditing of processes is one of the main management tools, as it provides objective evidence on the need to reduce, eliminate and, above all, prevent non-conformities. The results of this auditing can be used by management to improve the performance of the organization.


A auditing process is typically performed for purposes such as (a) evaluating the organization's system against a system standard, (b) determining the compliance or non-compliance of system elements with specified requirements, (c) determining the effectiveness of the system implemented to meet specified objectives, (d) provide an opportunity for system improvement, and (e) meet statutory and regulatory requirements.

The steps of auditing process starts with defining the scope and frequency of the auditing. The scope is determined by the organization's needs and the frequency is determined after considering specified or regulatory requirements and any other pertinent factors. THE auditing internal and external must be part of the schedule.


In the preparation phase, as a basis for planning the auditing, the professional should review the manual and procedures and then develop a plan for auditing must be done together with the audited company. This planning should include the objective and scope of the auditing along with the activities to be audited, the persons who are directly responsible for the activities being audited, reference documents, date, time and place of the auditing, schedule with the expected time and duration of each activity, schedule of meetings, among others.


The professional of auditing of processes is responsible for preparing the report, which must faithfully reflect the tone and conduct of the work. the report of auditingshould contain only factual statements of discrepancies supported by objective evidence and should include, if applicable, items such as the scope and objective of the auditing, plan details auditing, the standard and any other document on the basis of which the auditing was conducted, observations of the non-compliance reports, opinion of the auditing regarding compliance with applicable standards and other documents and the process's ability to achieve objectives.


One of the main advantages of implementing the auditing of processes it is related, precisely, to the application of improvements in the processes, since it is impossible to implement them if they are not well used and, consequently, do not bring the expected results. In this way, the auditing of processes is a work of verification of the company's processes, whatever they may be, and of their effectiveness.


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