- NY Credits : 9.0
- TX Credits : 9.0
Performing the Operational Review for Results
This course in performing the operational review for results has addressed various concerns relating to the phases of an operational review: planning the operational review; developing the work program, performing fieldwork steps; developing review findings and recommendations; and reporting the results of the review.
Upon successful completion of Performing the Operational Review for Results, the user should be able to:
list information that must be obtained during the planning phase and related sources of information,
define planning and budget concepts and their expansion into operational areas and related principles of good operational controls,
define the purpose of the work program in an operational review,
discuss the standards by which operational review work programs are developed,
list the various techniques that can be used in the fieldwork phase,
list the types of operational review reporting (oral and written, informal and formal),
identify the basic characteristics of good operational review reporting, and
list the types of information to be included in the operational review report.