How to Prepare for a Project Audit [video]

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In this video I share a few quick tips for preparing for a project audit. It shouldn't be a scary event and yet some project managers still feel daunted by the process. I get it - it's time consuming and it does feel like you are in the spotlight for a while. But the outcome is worth it, as long as the process is robust.

Posted on: December 01, 2017 10:51 AM | Permalink

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You absolutely want to work with the auditors to make your project the best it can be.

Good post

Audits are usually thought of as impediments to projects. However they are actually meant to improve upon team performance and probability of project success if done with a positive attitude.

Projects are collaborative endeavors.
That collaboration can involve auditors as part of the process.
Working with an auditing team can provide insights that you may have overlooked and that feedback could prove to be extremely valuable.

Thanks for sharing

Thank you Elizabeth, very useful and interesting video!

Thanks for sharing

Audits do not deal exclusively with non-conformities and corrective actions but they can also be used to highlight good practices.

Thanks for posting.

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