Randomised Audit Options

Using a traditional annual audit process, everyone knows when an audit is happening, so processes and procedures temporarily improve in anticipation of the audit. If we randomise parts of the audit and run them more frequently, we get a more consistent and permanent improvement in process. 
Weekly randomising parts of an Audit or an organisation’s checklist is an excellent way to apply continuous improvement and engage employees. For example, 2 weekly random questions that apply to the quarterly Data Protection Compliance regulations will ensure that processes are continuously enhanced and quick improvement actions take place more regularly, reducing the possible quarterly overload of work.