Jim Wade said:
1 Personally, I detest the term 'auditee' - it signifies, IMO, a person to whom an audit is done! And anyway, the term 'auditee' refers to an organization not a person.
3 The role of the 'auditee' in your case seems to be (in the course of the audit) only to "answer the questions". Can they not ask a question or two about the system? enter into a discussion? have a moan about another department of their manager? propose an improvement? and so on...
Thanks Jim (Nosmo or whoever you are this week),
1. Actually, I detest it too, but I used it for lack of a substitute (I translated the chart on the fly, in about 3 minutes before posting it).
2. Don't let anyone out of the building... No 2 is missing
3. Yes, certainly. A discussion is always welcome.
P.s 1. I'll change that attachment to a link instead next week. That way everyone will be able to view it. Added later: Ok, done. The chart should be visible to all now... See the first post in this thread.
P.s 2. This format is what I use for all
flowcharts in our procedures... They all have the same look.
D.s. Nosmo, Energy is not really reactionary... Under that rough surface you'll find a heart of solid.... well, let's just say that deep down he's a softie and we all know it (ooops, ruined his image.... Sorry, Energy