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Running head: EXTERNAL AUDIT 1 External Audit for Berry Suite Babies Bradley Kiewiet Braxton Mitchell Clayton Hooten Tad Miller Tarleton State University – MGMT 5312 Submitted April 14, 2019
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AUDIT 2 Abstract The following document contains the external audit for Berry Suite Babies. It contains the formal inquiry and probing into the status of this project. The goal of this external audit is to provide feedback on this project and identify some strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to this specific project. From a high level, this project is on track with the scope and completion of activities. A deeper dive into costs and requirement of completed works will be done in order to assess true statuses of the project.
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AUDIT 3 Scope of the Audit The purpose of an external audit is to determine success of the project (Meredith & Mantel, 2012). In this external audit, a thorough review of Berry Suite Babies (BSB) scope, project charter, revised charter, and internal audit were conducted to determine the overall successes and shortcomings, if any. Any audit, done at the correct time, allows the PM and team to make potentials changes to the project (Meredith & Mantel, 2012), if the audit returned information that may have been overlooked or missed. It is our goal to help BSB identify its strengths, weaknesses, any threats to the project, and finally offer some recommendations to improve on the weaknesses and combat the identified threats. Hopefully these improvements will help the future success of the project in its entirety. Strengths The project team did a good job of putting team goals and expectations for all members of the team in the work charter. Using the examples given by Milman’s “Working in groups online: Suggested tips for success” (2014,p.5-7), the team was able to set a firm foundation in what each team member should expect from working with the project and communication concerning the project. The three different forms of communication accepted by the team gave
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