Choose a perfect plan for your company.

"Audit for a start-up"

“Audit for a start-up” is a plan for new companies, Auditing companies from their initial start-up to companies that have been operating less than 24 months.

 

1.Identification of the current state of the company​

   a) Micro and macro company environment

   b) Managers profiles and their management styles

   c) Identification of processes taking place in the company

   d) Identification of the communication process in the company

   e) Identification of the current marketing strategy

   f) Identification of the legal and accounting situation of the company

 

2. Analysis of the current state of the company.

   a) Analysis of the company's position, threats and possibilities

   b) Analysis of management styles and identification of training needs

   c) Analysis of individual processes using Lean Management tools

   d) Analysis of communication processes in the enterprise (eg document flow)

   e) Analysis of the legal and accounting situation of the company

 

3. Drawing up a report regarding the current situation of the company, detailing the key risks (points of possible waste, possible legal threats etc.) with the proposal to courses of action.

 

4. Development of a detailed action plan

   a) detailed analysis of key risks

   b) developing a recovery plan for individual risks

   c) implementation of a recovery plan for individual risks

 

5. Four and seven months from the implementation of recovery plans - re-analysis of key risks

 

6. Final conclusions and further recommendations

"Problem Solver"

“Problem Solver” is dedicated for companies who want to solve unresolved and identified problems.

 

1. Identification

   a) General characteristics of the company

   b) Identification and description of the problem

   c) Identification of the department that generates the problem

   d) Identification of side problems affecting

 

2. Analysis and systematization of the problem and side problems

 

3. Development of a recovery program

 

4. Implementation of the recovery plan

 

5. Carrying out the analysis of corrective actions and introducing possible adjustments to the program, in the sequence of three, eight and twelve months from the implementation of the program.

 

6. Final conclusions and further recommendations

"General Audit"

“General Audit” is dedicated for companies which are older than 2 years and have never made an Audit before or for companies which had made Audit before but it was more than 2 years ago.

 

 

1. Identification of the current state of the company

   a) Micro and macro company environment

   b) Managers profiles and their management styles

   c) Identification of processes taking place in the company

   d) Identification of the communication process in the company

   e) Identification of the current marketing strategy

   f) Identification of the legal and accounting situation of the company

 

2. Analysis of the current state of the company.

   a) Analysis of the company's position, threats and possibilities

   b) Analysis of management styles and identification of training needs

   c) Analysis of individual processes using Lean Management tools

   d) Analysis of communication processes in the enterprise (eg document flow)

   e) Analysis of the legal and accounting situation of the company

 

3. Drawing up a report regarding the current situation of the company, detailing the key risks (points of possible waste, possible legal threats etc.) with the proposal to courses of action.

 

4. Development of a detailed action plan

   a) detailed analysis of key risks

   b) developing a recovery plan for individual risks

   c) implementation of a recovery plan for individual risks

 

5. Six months from the implementation of recovery plans - re-analysis of key risks

 

6. Final conclusions and further recommendations.

"Annual Internal Audit"

Annual Internal Audit is dedicated for companies which had been taken previously from the original Audit plans.

 

1. Analysis of the effectiveness of previous audit activities and the current situation of the company.

 

2. Identification of new and/or unresolved problems

 

3. Update of audit activities

 

4. Implementation of corrective actions

 

5. Six months from the implementation of recovery plans - re-analysis of key problems

 

6. Final conclusions and further recommendations

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