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Internal Auditing as a Means to Operational Performance - Webinar

  • ID: 4013488
  • Webinar
  • Region: Global
  • 60 Minutes
  • Online Compliance Panel
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Good audit programs are used to assess compliance, but great ones are used to improve operational performance! When organizations leverage auditing as part of their strategic arsenal they find that they have a secret weapon that most competitors aren’t taking advantage of. Learn to use your audit program as a critical driver of strategy achievement and develop auditors to be more than just ‘police’. Make them sought after operational partners.

Objectives of the Presentation:

- How to leverage auditing as an operational performance weapon
- How to refocus the audit program to add better value to the organization
- How to change the culture of auditing and the perception of auditors
- What things stay and what things change in auditing
- Best ways to implement changes to the audit program

Why should you Attend:

- To help with strategy deployment and achievement
- To add value to their audit programs outside of compliance
- To learn how changing the focus of the audit program can improve operational performance
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  • Christianna Hayes Christianna Hayes,
    CEO ,
    Impact Performance Solutions


    As CEO of Impact Performance Solutions, Chris provides vision and strategic direction ensuring the customer's voice is always the loudest. She is a proven business performance improvement leader and sought after speaker. Chris is a full spectrum coach and trainer with practical experience from the shop floor to the boardroom. She has partnered with companies such as Dannon, ITT, Pepperidge Farms, and Thermo Fisher where she utilizes integrated process improvement techniques that emphasize engaging the workforce, meeting objectives and sustaining results. She is an active Fellow of ASQ and currently Chair for the Lean Enterprise Division.

    Chris has served in various management positions that focused on continuous improvement throughout her career including Quality and Continuous Improvement Manager at Chromalox and Sr. Project Manager with the Manufacturing Extension Partnership under NIST. She has also served as adjunct faculty at Utah Valley University. Chris has an MBA as well as an undergrad degree in Project Management with certifications as an ASQ Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB), Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt (LSSMBB), Quality Engineer (CQE), Quality Auditor (CQA), Manager of Quality / Operational Excellence (CMQ/OE), Project Management Specialist, Human Resource Development specialist, Organizational Systems Improvement Specialist, as well as bronze certification in Lean (LBC).

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- Quality / Audit Program Managers
- Executive and Mid-Level Management
- Strategic Managers or those involved in strategic deployment
- Supplier Auditors
- Quality Engineering
- Current Internal Auditors
- Prospective Internal Auditors
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