Auditing for Quality

Auditing for Quality

Auditing for Quality

With measures defined and assurance methods developed, there’s just one action remaining: Performing the audits.

While this final task may seem easy compared to the others, auditing comes with its own challenges:

  1. Do the auditors have the necessary experience to connect seemingly disparate measures and identify negative trends before they derail the program?
  2. Can the auditors recognize the need for new measurements based on actual progress?
  3. Will auditors truly be objective in their assessments?

With our many successful engagements in overseeing programs, we know what it takes to not only advise on quality control, but execute audits effectively as well.