Within the past two weeks, the state of the world looks much different. People around the globe are working from home, including quality professionals. This pivot to virtual quality means that doing a remote audit, or e-audit, will become crucial to doing business. We’ve rounded up some free resources to help prepare professionals to lead organizations through successful remote audits.
In this classic ASQTV in-depth episode, auditing expert Shauna Wilson explains how organizations can utilize remote auditing.
ASQ’s Ask The Standard Experts blog is designed to provide answers to technical questions about international and American national standards, facilitated or developed and supported by ASQ. Experts answer questions about remote auditing and Computer Assisted Auditing Techniques (CAAT).
In this webcast, Six Sigma Black Belt and auditor Kaiwen Cheng shares tips for effective communication throughout the audit process, from gathering your findings to presenting them successfully using the 5 Whys.
Quality Management tool Qooling released some helpful tips to setting up e-audits for the first time. Summit CPA Group also wrote about 5 Traits of Successful Remote Audits.
In this ASQTV episode, past ASQ Innovation Division chair Peter Merrill shares his advice on hosting successful virtual meetings.
In this 2018 Quality Progress article, author and professional engineer Govind Ramu walks readers through ways to prove the value of quality management systems, and clear misconceptions about what quality professionals do. Being able to speak to the value of quality is as important now as it has ever been.
ASQ’s Audit Division is a team of more than 7,000 professionals interested in learning more about and advancing auditing as a profession. The Audit Division publishes newsletters, webinars, and discussion boards on a variety of auditing topics.
As we all adjust to this changing professional landscape, ASQ will work hard to continue to provide accurate industry-specific resources to help the quality community continue to excel.
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