Organizational Audit

What We Look At

Our approach to organizational (internal) auditing is to analyze an organization’s internal processes, procedures, systems and tools in order to make recommendations to optimize organization and productivity. Internal audit makes processes more fluid and efficient, documents them through procedures to further structure the organization and evolve it within an optimal management framework, and increases team productivity by using collaborative IT systems  and efficient and tailored tools.  

In all the analyses we carry out, we pay particular attention to  corporate memory  that allows any organization to capitalize on the efforts made and the money invested in the past to gain autonomy, make it more stable and sustainable, and to concentrate its energy to develop its services and/or products and achieve its mission.

Scope of Audit

Organizational Elements Audited:

  • Processes
  • Procedures
  • Systems
  • Tools


Services Audited:

    • Administration
    • IT
    • Corporate Memory
    • Operations
    • HR
    • Governance (NFP)


  • Organize and structure
  • Store and build on corporate memory
  • Gain autonomy 
  • Strengthen skills
  • Improve efficiency and productivity

Audit Stages

  1. Literature Review
  2. Interviews
  3. Analysis
  4. Identification Of Improvements
  5. Recommendations
  6. Client’s decision following the recommendations
  7. Implementation of recommendations

Processus fluides

Des méthodologies précises couplées à des technologies adéquates sont un facteur de succès pour un travail efficace.


Gain de temps

La fluidité des processus permet à l’organisation un gain de temps considérable.



Une meilleure organisation des processus internes accélère l’accomplissement des tâches.


La fluidité des processus, couplée au gain de temps et à une meilleure organisation rendent votre structure plus performante.