B.S. (Bachelor of Science)
Department of Management
For purposes of this paper, internal audit is defined as the function whose original job is to benchmark compliance with management controls and standards. The internal audit function may be a separate department, or it may be as small as a portion of one employee's duties. Management controls and standards will be widely defined to include anything that management wants to set a measurable standard for. Quality will always refer to a company's product(s) and its perceived level of quality by customers.
Garling, Matthew E., "Do quality organizations utilize their internal audit departments differently?" (1996). Honors Capstones. 424.
14 pages, 18 unnumbered pages
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