Meetings are a common thing in companies these recent times. They provide a venue for which employees can interact and discuss work plans or issues in relation to their work or organization. As important as the meeting itself is the making of the agenda or agenda writing for the meeting.
Team meetings involve the general discussion of previous issues and other matters pertaining the company. Audit agendas on the same note provide guidance on the general direction of an audit.
Audit agenda basically contains particular ways in which to hold or conduct an audit. It aims to provide enough information for the one conducting the audit and evidence for the client in relation to the conditions when the audit was done.
In one of the agenda examples in PDF found in the page, quality audit agenda shows the conditions for the audit and specific steps to go through while in performance of the audit. It also provides a basis in terms of conformity to standards involved with the audit.
The objectives of an audit agenda, specifically a business audit agenda is to test or verify the company being audited in conformance with any industry or government standard required to operate such a business or facility.
Usually, such a business agenda would contain an overview of the standards required for a business to operate and the steps or activities lined up for the audit. The sample Process Audit agenda shows this for example and describes what happens in each activity.
It also states the persons involved with such an audit and the one administering the audit. These audits generally are in preparation for a company or organization’s strategic plan or the results would then generate action plans and implementation plans regarding the results of the audit.
Preparation is needed in making an audit agenda or any planning agenda.
The following should be generally present in an audit agenda: