In our last blog post, we took a look at the most popular publications from Q2 2018. This week, we take a look at our most popular AUDIT TOOLS. This quarter's Top 10 list has variety--we see some classics, some surprises, and a lot of content that should be useful for completing your audit projects throughout 2018 and beyond. Check out the full list and enjoy!
Each quarter, we like to take a look at the most popular publications so that we can get a sense of what our readers enjoy most. Check out our top 25 publications of Q2 2018 to make sure you haven't missed any of our most popular content!
Topics: KnowledgeLeader tools
Technology has greatly expanded the methods of creating, editing, maintaining, transmitting and retrieving records. From creation to disposition, records in electronic recordkeeping systems may now utilize a variety of media. An example of an electronic recordkeeping system is one in which a personal computer generates the original records, which are subsequently stored on a secondary electronic resource. While paper copies of the electronic records may be printed for distribution, the original records are transferred electronically.
Performance is defined as the throughput of business transactions compared to user needs, expectations or requirements. IT performance risk is the risk that a company’s IT infrastructure will be unable to perform at required levels due to inferior internal operating practices, technology and/or external relationships that threaten the demand for the organization's products or services.
An affiliation is often referred to as a person, organization or establishment associated with another as a subordinate, subsidiary or member. An affiliation can be a social or business relationship and is essentially the act of being formally connected or joined. Examples of affiliations in the business environment include sourcing partners, vendor relationships and alliances.
Topics: risk assessment, supply chain, purchasing & accounts payable, vendor management, performance management/measurement, KL Tools, inventory and materials management, outsourcing/co-sourcing/shared services
What is design risk? To “design” is to create, fashion, execute or construct according to plan. The term design as used here refers to the entire scope of a project. A business system design is a collection of design documents and supporting materials which define the system functionality that supports one or more business processes and in the process, creates, retrieves, updates and deletes data.
Key Performance Measures Improving the Process
An effective business process is built on a set of well-defined and clearly-stated business objectives. These key objectives articulate the ideal performance results that the company expects from that process. To monitor a business process so that it stays focused on reaching the key objectives, the company chooses appropriate performance measures. In fact, careful selection of the performance measures takes a company a long way toward improving a business process. Thus, to build and then continually improve an effective business process, a company establishes:
Each quarter, we like to take a look at the most popular tools and publications that we've published so that we can get a sense of what our readers enjoy most. Check out our top 25 AUDIT TOOLS of Q1 2018 to make sure you haven't missed any of our most popular content!
Topics: KnowledgeLeader tools
What Is Channel Effectiveness Risk?
Channel effectiveness risk is the risk that poorly performing or positioned supply chains or distribution channels may threaten a firm's capacity to effectively and efficiently interact with suppliers and inhibits the ability to access current and potential customers and end users.
Opportunity risk occurs whenever there’s a possibility that a better opportunity may become available after having committed to an irreversible decision.
We all experience opportunity risk at its most basic level several times a week. For example, imagine you have enough cash on you for lunch in a new town and you’re trying to decide between two restaurants you’ve never tried. What if you spend your time and money on the first option and it’s terrible? Or even maybe it’s not terrible, but the second option is just so much better?
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