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There are many business tools in use today to help companies better improve there organizational production process, one of the most used and successful tools in use today is a Comprehensive Organizational Audit.

A tool used by aviation managers in analyzing, evaluating and developing their business

Management Audit for Aviation Organization

It is imperative for any business to periodically perform a system wide audit to ensure that the organization is operating in accordance with all required government mandated regulations and of course company policy to ensure the continued success of the business.

The Management Audit is a systematic, checklist approach to the analysis of your organization, its functions, operations, and decisions. The audit reviews your whole business, as well as the separate components.

Just as a healthy person will go to their physician for a periodic check-up, managers can use the audit as a means of determining the condition of their business. The main purpose is to help the managers better the position of his or her company; to improve the overall health of the organization.

There are three major steps in this audit:

  1. The compilation of your business, and the completion of the checklist.

  2. The critical review, analysis, and evaluation of all information obtained by the audit.

  3. Determining future action required to improve the health and position of the company.

The benefit derived from conducting an audit is directly related to the attitude of the participant. In order to maximize this benefit, you are encouraged to:

  1. Consider each item in the audit seriously, thoughtfully, and with a view for the future.

  2. Accept that every item may not apply 100 percent to your situation, but look for the value in each topic.

  3. Make the audit a useful self-appraisal tool, sharing ideas and views when appropriate.

In order to make the audit a valuable part of your plan for the future, you are encouraged to use the following procedure in completing the forms:

  1. Complete the entire management audit, answering each question with as much objectivity as possible.
  2. Next, start at the beginning and review your answers. Assign a plus (+) or a minus (-) for each item you feel is a major strength or deficiency in your organization.
  3. Complete the summary and evaluation sheet, list those areas in which you would like to initiate some action, and assign priorities to accomplish selected goals.
  4. Establish future dates for reviewing the audits and determining your progress.
  5. Follow through with additional audits on an annual basis.

It should be noted that while the audit is comprehensive, it is only suggestive. The audit will not do the thinking for you. It compares your organization relative to a standard or to other organizations. You must then evaluate your findings and determine your action.

        

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